Klondike’s girls opened tournament action on Friday morning with a solid 54-17 win over the Pecos junior varsity.
Lamesa High School’s varsity boys basketball team turned back a fourth-quarter run by Kermit to capture a 63-48 win here on Friday night at Follis Gymnasium.
Improving their season record to 14-1 with two comfortable wins on Friday, the Sands High School girls basketball team was scheduled to play in the championship game of their own tournament on Satu
Dawson ISD Superintendent Jeff Fleenor updated members of the school board about asking the Weaver Foundation to fund improvements for the campus during the board’s regular meeting this past Thursd
Legacy Committee will consider $1.34-million ballpark proposal
Fifteen Lamesa Middle School band students have earned a position in this year’s All-Region Band or All-Region Honor Band.
An update for pesticide applicators and the use of dicamba products in 2019 has been provided by Gary Roschetzky, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension agriculture agent for Dawson County.
The culmination of years of work and strategy to develop and pass a new policy package for agriculture came on Tuesday and Wednesday as Congress acted swiftly to approve H.R.
Texas High Plains cotton growers remain on pace to produce more than 4 million bales for the third time in as many years, according to the latest upland cotton production estimates released on Tues
Klondike ISD’s Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) and the student handbook were among the items of business discussed at that school district’s regular board meeting this past Thurs