Due to a change in state computer programs, the Dawson County Clerk’s office will not be able to issue remote birth certificates effective Dec. 28, according to County Clerk Darla Sheppard.
The stationing of a student resource officer on campus was approved by the O’Donnell ISD board at its regular meeting this past Thursday.
The awarding of two contracts and the opening of proposals for three others will be among the items addressed at this coming week’s regular meeting of the Lamesa City Council.
The following were among the many calls responded to by the Lamesa Police Department from Thursday, December 6, through Thursday, December 13:
Christmas-related activities are continuing at various churches in Lamesa as they prepare to celebrate the birth of Christ.
Sixteen state prison inmates will be spending additional time behind bars after being convicted recently for committing criminal offenses while in the Texas prison system’s Smith Unit here.
Two local residents were sentenced this past week to serve time in the state prison system while a third person received probation during action in 106th District Court here.
Bomb threats – reported just minutes apart – at three local medical facilities this past Thursday afternoon are under investigation by the Lamesa Police Department.
Local accountant Scott Newberry with the Wilton Foundation displays some of the rainbow trout that were placed into the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club Lake on Tuesday by the Texas
Jerry Dean Doshier, age 75, of Hideaway Lake, Texas, went home to be with his Heavenly Father on Friday, December 7, 2018 at his residence.