U.S. Army Staff Sergeant George D. Keathley, a World War II hero and Medal of Honor recipient who enlisted in the Army from Lamesa, was recognized at the Lamesa City
Lamesa ISD’s South Elementary School has posted its A and B honor rolls for the fifth six weeks of the current school year. Students making the lists from the first
Teams from Lamesa, Klondike and O’Donnell did well in a FFA Career Development Events contest at Texas Tech University last Saturday. The contest served as the area round of competition
Klondike ISD has released its A and A/B honor rolls for the fifth six-weeks grading period. A Honor Roll Kindergarten – Deizi Aguilar, Gunnar Bellows, Ryker Brown, Jaxon Cagle, Syprezz
Dawson ISD administrators in Welch have announced the school’s A and A-B Honor Rolls for the fifth six-weeks grading period. A Honor Roll Second grade – Kensley Bennett, Micah Howard,
Three Golden Tornado tracksters booked reservations for next weekend’s Region I-4A Track & Field Championships with strong performances on Thursday at their area meet in Lubbock. Junior James Rodriquez qualified
Many area athletes are heading to regionals after a strong showing this past week at the District 7A and 8A Area Track Meet held at Wolfforth this past Tuesday. The
A year after watching his brother, Riley, swing his racquet in the Class 1A State Tennis Championships last year, Borden County sophomore Trent Lewis now finds himself getting that same
A frustrating season on the high school diamond for Coach Bobby Alvarez and his Golden Tornadoes has finished up that way. An early Golden Tornado lead on Good Friday afternoon
Your name: Rob Parker.
Office for which you are a candidate: Lamesa City Council, District 4.
Incumbent candidate? No.