Summer Kid Movies are being hosted by Lamesa’s Movieland Theater every Wednesday at 2 p.m. through Aug. 7. The movies are $5 each at the door or a summer pass
An afternoon recalling the big 1976 bicentennial celebration in Gail will be hosted by the Borden County Historical Committee on June 22, according to committee Chair Lisa Dennis Mahler. The
Approximately 1 in 5 crashes in Texas involves distracted driving, which continues to be a problem in the state, even after a state law banned texting and driving in 2017.
Could upcoming U.S. Census show population over 20,000? ANDREWS – The estimates have been occurring for a few years, but it is certain the county’s population has vastly increased since
Producers across the High Plains have struggled to complete cotton planting activity as frequent rainfall events have caused intermittent planting delays, damaged existing stands and exacerbated the incidence of seedling
USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) will begin accepting nominations for county committee members on Friday, June 14, 2019. Agricultural producers who participate or cooperate in an FSA program may be
Gene expression in sugarcane aphid-resistant sorghum varieties at times when they are most prevalent in the Texas Panhandle were the focus of a recent Texas A&M AgriLife Research study. Sugarcane
Counting his first two years at Dawson where he quarterbacked the Dragons to back-to-back six-man playoff appearances, Lamesa’s Jackson Napper scored over 100 touchdowns in his high school football career.
Lamesa’s Ariel Hernandez admits that she’s heard the stories about what kind of high school football player her dad Daniel was during his heyday with the Golden Tornadoes. “Dad’s talked
With a shortage of foster and adoption homes across the region, Child Protective Services is seeking families to help resolve that situation. A meeting to discuss foster care and adoption