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Lamesa Booster Club offi cers April Morris (left), Christine Vera and Nora Juarez (right) presented scholarships this year to graduating LHS seniors Madisyn Ruiz and Jorge Gonzalez on behalf of the Lamesa Booster Club. Madisyn, daughter of Steve and Calli Ruiz, will be attending Texas Tech University in the fall to study Wildlife Biology. Jorge, son of the late Ignacio Gonzalez and Griselda Carrisalez and grandson of Maria Consuelo Gonzalez, plans to attend Texas Tech University to study Accounting.

Registration set to begin Tuesday for Coronavirus Food Assistance

This week’s release of the final rule implementing the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) is good news for a broad portion of the U.S. agriculture industry. Sign-up for the program is set to begin Tuesday, May 26 and USDA expects payments to begin 7-10 days after submission of a complete and fully documented application.

NRCS making funding available for producers impacted drought, fires

The USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Texas is offering financial assistance through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) for agricultural producers who are currently being impacted by drought conditions and recent wildfire incidents.


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