Life is made up of moments. Some big. Some not so big. Some seemingly small that just may turn big. And despite the big or not-so-big, some are moments that
School business at Lamesa ISD right now is in full force as we are closing out one fiscal year and preparing for another. Although there are many working parts that
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, House Speaker Dennis Bonnen, R-Angleton, and 23 House and Senate members joined Gov. Greg Abbott in Houston on June 13 as he signed four disaster preparedness
Dawson County officials say they may be forced to raise taxes on a regular basis to avoid being handicapped in the future by new laws enacted recently by state leaders.
Ten utility poles were toppled or broken by high winds late Tuesday evening along the east side of Highway 137 about 12 miles north of Lamesa, at the highway’s intersection
Conceding that in all likelihood U.S. Highway 87 eventually will become an extension of Interstate 27 from Lubbock to Laredo, Lamesa City Council members approved a resolution on Tuesday evening
A proposal by the Texas Department of Transportation to install improved lighting along two state highways inside the city limits received approval from the Lamesa City Council on Tuesday evening.
A few months ago, Blake was living in Michigan and facing almost-certain death. With a new identity and new mission in life, he has wound up in Lamesa. Now going
Ex-students, teachers and others connected to the former Blackshear school in Lamesa will gather in Lamesa for three days of reunion activities starting this Thursday. Aaron Manuel Jr., president of
The following were among the many calls responded to by the Lamesa Police Department from Friday, June 14, through Monday, June 17: Friday, June 14 2:47 a.m. – A female