Camren Clement, junior at Lamesa High School and Business Professionals of America (BPA) state officer, met with state representatives Ben Leman and Rick Miller in Austin last week on behalf
Two Lamesa residents were killed on Sunday afternoon when their vehicle rear-ended a stopped 18-wheel tractor-trailer on State Highway 349 north of Midland. Roger L. King, 58, and Wendy L.
A Lamesa man is facing a felony charge after he allegedly pointed a knife and acted “in a threatening manner” at an officer with the Lamesa Police Department. Jorge Gonzales,
Abigail Moreau has filed as a candidate for the District 4 seat, challenging Weldon Baker for that position on the Lamesa school board. Current school board member Sonya Raney will
Former Lamesa ISD head football coach David Ritchey started his new position as principal of Lamesa Success Academy this past Monday. The former football coach also worked as assistant principal
The Oscars are this month, so this is the prime time of the year to discuss movies. Unfortunately, people don’t always know how to talk about entertainment, in my experience.
We all wake up in the morning – unless we work the night shift. Then we go to bed in the morning and wake in the evening. But despite differing
In February, TV stations the world over broadcast the most-watched U.S. football game of the year. But sports fans aren’t the only ones viewing this “big game,” held in Atlanta
Voters would have the power to prevent their local governmental bodies from increasing property taxes by more than 2.5 percent per year under legislation introduced in the Texas Senate and
With 13 players having graduated from last year’s team, many people would expect this to be a challenging rebuilding year for the Lamesa Golden Tornado baseball team. Coach Bobby Alvarez,