The Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Paint BIG by Sarita. Cutting the ribbon, owner Sarita Cooley was joined by her husband Cody; father Wayne Hair, mother Rosie Hair, sister Kat Welch, and several Chamber representatives.
As Texas businesses slowly reopen their doors amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding families and businesses that they can save on the purchase of certain water- and energyefficient products during the state’s Water-Efficient Products and ENERGY STAR® sales tax holidays.
Jeremy Bailey has come full circle when it comes to Golden Tornado athletics.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there haven’t been any youth sports of any kind in Lamesa and across most of the country since the middle of March.
SEMINOLE – At its first meeting of May on Monday evening, the board of directors of the Seminole Memorial Hospital District announced two valuable new services to the hospital’s arsenal. New CT Scans and mammography machines are now being pressed into service at the facility.
Angelo State University has conferred 571 undergraduate degrees and 298 graduate degrees to its spring 2020 graduates, including four from Lamesa.
Claiborne’s Thriftway has had large scrolls painted on their front windows and is inviting this year’s graduates from Lamesa and area high schools to come by and sign their names on the scrolls. Graduates should go inside to the service desk to obtain a marker to be used for that purpose.
Several students from Lamesa and the surrounding area have been included on either the President’s List or Dean’s Lists for the 2020 Spring semester at South Plains College (SPC).
The lobby and dine-in remain closed until further notice. We continue offering curb side meal service on the south side of the building starting at 11 am and until 12:15 for seniors 60 and over. We will continue delivering home delivered meals to our existing clients.