Dawson County Sheriff Matt Hogg is warning about a telephone scam that apparently already has cost one local resident some money. Hogg told the Press-Reporter this week that he was
Dubbed the “Biggest Little Rodeo in Texas,” the annual O’Donnell rodeo begins this Thursday with nightly performances starting at 8 p.m. through Saturday. General admission each night is $10 for
Lamesa’s River of Life will be helping to host a special Christian rally called Hope for Lamesa this coming Saturday starting at 5:45 p.m. on Lamesa’s downtown courthouse square. “We’re
There aren’t many weeks of the year that can rival a summer vacation. Except maybe a winter vacation, but hey, it’s summer so let’s stay in the here and now.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick on June 28 released the names of his appointees to the Texas Legislature’s 2021 Redistricting Committee. Patrick, who presides over the 31-member state Senate, named Sen.
It’s time to get outside and enjoy summer BBQs, gardening, hikes and much more. Don’t let mosquitoes keep you inside; Instead enlist these chemical-free strategies to manage these pests in
Former Lamesan Keith Bryant is among 20 regional winners of the Superintendent of the Year award who are now vying for selection as the statewide Superintendent of the Year. Bryant
Before the recently-concluded 86th Legislative Session began, State Sen. Charles Perry, R-Lubbock, predicted a session focused on “big stuff,” like property tax and school finance reform. He was correct. And
Dawson County’s unemployment rate for May remained below 4 percent for the third month in a row, according to figures released by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). But, for the