Due to weather forecasts calling for high temperatures in the 30s, tryouts for Lamesa’s youth baseball leagues have been pushed back, according to Cal Rip-ken President Rick Wallace. “It’s supposed
An application for a $400,000 grant for water line improvements and quick valves for city water lines was approved by the Lamesa City Council during a special called meeting this
Everett Stidham, a student from O’Donnell Middle School, competed at the South Plains Regional Science and Engineering Fair that was held at Texas Tech University in Lubbock on Feb. 21.
O’Donnell High School’s One Act Play will perform a production of “The Diviners” by Jim Leonard Jr. at a dress rehearsal this Sunday, beginning at 4 p.m., and in a
Teen Court will meet this coming Monday with pre-trials beginning for defendants and parents at 4:30 p.m. at First United Methodist Church. Pre-trials for Teen Court usually are held on
Lamesa’s Movieland Theatre has announced the lineup for its classic movies, which will be shown for free each Monday through March and April. March 4- The Hunt for Red October
Menu Monday: Chili cheese hot dog, onions and relish, corn with red and green peppers, orange wedge and dessert. Tuesday: Baked ham, ranch style beans, spinach and dessert. Wednesday: Meatloaf,
Maribel Benuelos’s three-year-old class at Head Start sang this past week for parents at the child development program’s celebration for Black History Month.
A marriage license was issued on Feb. 26 to Ricardo Morales, age 32, and Mandy Robles, 26.
Students at North Elementary School were asked this past week to wear some of their help teach them they do not have to be like other people. friend’s clothes or