A proposal by the Texas Department of Transportation to install improved lighting along two state highways inside the city limits received approval from the Lamesa City Council on Tuesday evening.
A few months ago, Blake was living in Michigan and facing almost-certain death. With a new identity and new mission in life, he has wound up in Lamesa. Now going
Ex-students, teachers and others connected to the former Blackshear school in Lamesa will gather in Lamesa for three days of reunion activities starting this Thursday. Aaron Manuel Jr., president of
The following were among the many calls responded to by the Lamesa Police Department from Friday, June 14, through Monday, June 17: Friday, June 14 2:47 a.m. – A female
Opting to give County Attorney Steve Payson more time to review the paperwork, members of the Dawson County Commissioners Court on Tuesday delayed action on a proposed contract about the
The Borden County Historical Committee will be hosting an event this Saturday afternoon to recall the big 1976 bicentennial celebration held in Gail. Planned from 1 to 4 p.m. at
Lamesa Christian Fellowship will observe Celebration Sunday, beginning at 10 a.m., on June 23, according to Gwen Aldridge, pastor of LCF. Special music by the LCF Orchestra, praise and worship
Residential building permits, Tax Increment Financing and a mobile forensics grant were among the items considered by the Lamesa City Council on Tuesday evening.
Melissa Pedroza, who was one of three board members re-elected last month, will be administered the oath of office at this month’s meeting of the O’Donnell ISD board. That meeting
It is looking more and more like Class 5A for Andrews ISD ANDREWS – An expected influx of students at the high school based on a mammoth eighth grade class