The window for planting cotton may have been closed by too much rain in some areas of the Texas high plains, but a Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist said past
Registration remains open for the 39th session of the Texas International Cotton School scheduled for Aug. 5-15 in Lubbock. The Texas International Cotton School is uniquely structured to provide an
U.S. Silica has announced a $10,000 donation to Lamesa Boys and Girls Club to fund activities for local children at the club, which provides a safe place where children can
Larger roping events expected once Arena project completed
With Final Four appearances now in baseball and basketball as well as a national track championship this definitely has been a sports season where Texas Tech fans have kept their
After repeating as the Region I champs and making a return trip to the state tournament, the Borden County Coyotes are well represented on the Texas Girls Coaches Association’s Class
Just a few weeks before celebrating the dedication of their newly constructed sanctuary, parishioners of First United Methodist Church in Lamesa received some news they did not want to hear.
Becky Mason of Lamesa was registering ex students, teachers and others at the Blackshear Reunion on Friday morning at the LeRoy Colgan Community Building, formerly known as the Women’s Building,
Lamesa Christian Fellowship will observe Celebration Sunday, beginning at 10 a.m., this weekend, according to Gwen Aldridge, pastor of LCF. Special music by the LCF Orchestra, praise and worship team,
Monday: BBQ on bun, pickles/onions, potato salad, fruit salad and dessert.