Gov. Greg Abbott has called a third special legislative session beginning Sept. 20 to deal with redistricting, to decide how to spend billions of dollars in pandemic funding from the federal government and to determine to whether state or local governments can mandate COVID-19 vaccines, as well as some pet issues of the governor that failed to pass recent sessions.
SEMINOLE – The first bale of cotton harvested in Gaines County for 2021 was delivered to Oasis Gin on Thursday, Sept. 9, by Big Buck Farms.
BROWNFIELD – The Brownfield Independent School District (BISD) was selected for a visit by Texas Education Agency (TEA) officials on Wednesday, Sept. 8.
ANDREWS – They perhaps don’t receive as much notoriety as their male counterparts, but that’s about to change for women military veterans from Andrews County.
SNYDER – A familiar name was appointed to fill the vacant Place 2 seat on the Snyder Independent School District board. Luann Burleson has served on the district’s board of trustees in the past.
If the Golden Tornadoes are to make a run at one of District 3-3A volleyball’s four playoff spots this season then they’re going to have to work on their consistency.
The Klondike Cougars are off to a hot start in the District 3-2A race by winning their first three league matches.
Now in his 13th year as Sands High School’s cross country coach, Dustin Wall has helped make the state meet almost a regular part of the Mustangs’ schedule.
After watching six of her runners turn in new personal-best times last Saturday morning at the Lubbock Christian University Invitational, Lamesa cross country Coach Rose Mary McCall is encouraged with she’s seeing from her runners.
Lamesa’s junior high volleyballers had a tough night here Monday evening, losing all four of their matches against Denver City.