"I save individual milk jugs from my kids' fast-food meals. They're the perfect size for packing milk in a lunchbox, and also for taking a bit of coffee creamer for
The federal government partial shutdown has affected offices throughout the country and such facilities in Lamesa are no exception.
Although the daytime temperatures never got above 32 degrees Fahrenheit this past Friday in Lamesa, according to the West Texas Mesonet website, the ducks at Lamesa Boys and Girls Club seemed obliv
The sales tax revenue reimbursements for Lamesa by the Texas State Comptroller in December were higher than the revenue allocated at the same time last year.
Reed Filley will take office as the 106th Judicial District Court Judge at the start of the new year this coming Tuesday.
Although Lamesa Fire Chief Larry Duyck will be sworn in as Justice of the Peace for Dawson County on Tuesday, Duyck said working as Justice of the Peace “shouldn’t change anything” as far as h
AUSTIN – The Texas Transportation Commission approved approximately $20 million in federal transit funding at its December meeting.
A spokesperson for the Texas Department of Transportation said back in October that the contractor hoped to have “The Southern Cross” just south of Lamesa open to traffic by the end of this year, a
The emptying of residential trash dumpsters will not be provided by the City of Lamesa this coming Monday and Tuesday, since all city facilities will be closed on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
U.S. Silica collected the third highest number of cans of food during the Jingle Mingle fund raiser held earlier this month for the Feed One Food Bank.