Lamesa firefighters look over a Nissan car that was involved in a collision with an oilfield service truck just after 6 p.m. Thursday at North 22nd Street and Bryan Avenue.
Lamesa firefighters and local EMS personnel work to remove an injured individual from a Dodge Dakota pickup which was involved in a collision shortly after 5 p.m. Wednesday at the
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
David Stewart, owner/operator of KPET-AM radio in Lamesa, will be one of five industry leaders recognized at this year’s Texas Radio and Television Broadcasters Annual Awards Gala. The Gala, part
Payne Hawkins, son of Hutch and Amy Hawkins, salutes the American flag after placing it next to the headstone of his great-great-uncle, Major Edgar L. Hawkins, whose F104 fighter jet
Dear Editor, On behalf of the Parents Who Care Organization, we would like to thank the community for helping us raise the funds to have the traditional after prom party.
The Lamesa school system again will be offering a summer meal program free for all children from age one through the age of 18, beginning this coming Monday.
With only hours left on the clock before the region’s first final planting date comes to a close, it is apparent that thanks to Mother Nature, some growers will not
Sorghum acres could be down this year despite good growing conditions, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) projects Texas farmers will
Next fall the state’s soaring grape and wine industry will have a new group of trained professionals in the pipeline, thanks to a program known as the Texas Tech Viticulture