As Christmas and New Year break ends for schools in the area, students and teachers throughout Dawson County are preparing to return to class in the next few days.
Funeral services for Kathleen Calloway, age 59, of Lamesa, will be held at 3:00 p.m. Monday, January 7, 2019 at the Lighthouse Community Center with Superintendent J.E. Evans officiating.
Funeral services for Marcus Olvera, 20, of Lamesa, were held on Friday, January 4, 2019, at 10:00 a.m., at Lamesa Christian Fellowship with Pastor Gwendolyn Aldridge officiating.
In the last meeting of 2018 for the Dawson County Commissioners Court, County Judge Foy O’Brien expressed his appreciation to those elected county officials whose service to the county ended
Newly elected 106th Judicial District Judge Reed Filley (center) is administed the oath of office by outgoing District Judge Carter T. Schildknecht, while Judge Filley’s wife, Rebekah, holds The Holy
Once he had been sworn into office, 106th Judicial District Judge Reed Filley administered the oaths of office to the county officials pictured below (from left): County Commissioner Precinct 4
A few construction projects at Lamesa ISD’s campus currently are underway and other plans for improvements are being finalized. Superintendent Jim Knight said the school district received feedback about the
Lamesa ISD has made slight adjustments to the drop off regulations for students at its North and South Elementary campuses as the spring semester of the 2018-2019 school year is
Gunner’s Mate Seaman Evan Martinez, from Lamesa, right, and Fire Controlman 1st Class Nhut Truong Nguyen, from Vancouver, Wash., remove a mounting bracket aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS
Lamesa’s varsity boys basketball team held off a late rally by Muleshoe to capture a 58-55 win this past Saturday in their final game of the Wildcat Classic at Littlefield.