A strong finish last Friday night at Ackerly turned out being just enough for the Sands Mustangs who held off the Loraine Bulldogs, 70-62, for their third win of this season.
As much progress as the Golden Tornadoes’ JV football team has made this season now they just need to work on putting two good halves together.
If the Texas Legislature and Governor Greg Abbott have their way, school vouchers could become a reality.
The 2023 Sands High School homecoming court is comprised of (left to right) Senior Aubree Blissard, Junior Taylor Wall, Sophomore Lahela Aguilar, and Freshman Kaylynn Derry. Homecoming is next Friday, Sept. 29. The Sands Mustangs will face the Wellman-Union Wildcats beginning at 7:30 p.m.
is going to have to wait until probably Saturday before hitting the big screen at Movieland Theater.
Lamesa school board members were introduced Thursday to the newly promoted School Resource Officer (SRO) sergeant.
Several Dawson County facilities will soon be getting repairs to roofs damaged in the 2021 storm.
Dawson County commissioners made clarifications Tuesday to their decision two weeks prior to abandon County Road 30 (CR 30).
Lamesa High School’s new gym opened last March and it’s already experiencing some roof leakage.
The days when Dawson County Sheriff’s deputies have to wait until a Texas Department of Public Transportation (DPS) trooper arrives to legally remove a dangerously overloaded semi-truck off the roadways are about to end.