The number of both new and active cases of COVID-19 among Dawson County residents has decreased in the latest report issued by the South Plains Public Health District (SP-PHD).
It’s been more than two months since the June 26 storm caused widespread damage across Lamesa that included flooding the local probation offices in the Dawson County Courthouse Annex building in the 600 block of N. 2nd Street.
Middle school students utilizing a modular building stationed on the parking lot at the school may be there until Spring Break or even longer.
Lamesa and Dawson County are continuing to see a trend of increases in their sales tax allocations from the Texas Comptroller’s Office in Austin.
Lamesa police offi cers work at the scene of a collision Tuesday morning involving a sand-hauler truck-trailer rig and a Ford SUV. The accident occurred in the 100 block of Lynn Avenue. LPR photo
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
As the reigning Texas state champions, the Klondike FFA Greenhand Chapter Conducting team in a normal year would be in the middle of preparations to compete at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis at the end of October.
Items dealing with the resurgence of COVID-19 cases will be discussed when the Lamesa school board holds it regular meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday in the board room at the school administration office, 212 N. Houston Ave.
Weeks ago I started out contemplating a list of seven words that led me to some universal life truths.
Great things are going on at Lamesa ISD! Our student athletes are working very hard to compete at a very high level to achieve outstanding athletic accomplishments.