Cast and drew members have been announced for the Lamesa Community Players’ summer production of “Steel Magnolias.” They include (from left) Tana Howard as Shelby; Carmen Furlow as M’Lynn; Karlissa McMurtry, production Assistant; Virginia Leonard as Ouiser; Brenda Rinewalt as Clairee; Greta Miers as Truvy; and Amanda Schweers as Annelle. Not pictured are Anthony Soliz, sound;, Mike Holder, stage manager; and Mary Benton, lights. Kenny Nance is the director for the show, which starts July 1. LCP photo
Permits for six new oil drilling operation in Dawson County have been approved by the Texas Railroad Commission during the past two months.
Plans have expanded for a reunion this summer of several Lamesa High School graduating classes from the 1950s and 1960s.
SNYDER – In March, City of Snyder Animal Control received three calls regarding dogs killing skunks.
ANDREWS – The county’s certified tax value could be in store for a larger hit than originally anticipated based on an estimate of less mineral value, according to a representative from Capital Appraisal Group who recently met with local officials.
SEMINOLE – During a brainstorming session four years ago, Pastor Daphne Delay and several other Transformation Church members mapped out plan for a prospective student center to be built in Seminole.
Head Start registration will begin April 19 for children from birth to three years of age.
It’s been three years since the Golden Tornadoes had a golfer tee off at regionals.
A big start helped the Lamesa High School softball squad make it a quick night Tuesday at Denver City.
The Golden Tors proved again Tuesday evening in front of a big crowd at Joe Spikes Field that they can play ball with one of the best in the state.