Lamesa school board members approved a change to the 2020-2021 school calendar and handled a variety of other business during their regular meeting Tuesday evening.
It felt “normal” and it felt good. If even for a moment.
Gov. Greg Abbott on May 18 allowed restaurants to increase occupancy to 50% and relaxed his earlier executive orders that limited certain other public activities over the last two months to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Registration for the Dawson County Public Library’s Summer Reading Club has begun both online and at the library.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is scheduled to begin work Monday, June 1, on a $1.39 million safety project to install reflective, raised pavement markers (RRPMs) to various roads in the Lubbock District.
Nearly 40 years after being one of the driving forces on the Golden Tornadoes’ march to the State Golf Tournament at Austin, Rick Woodson continues making that game a big part of his life.
After being a multi-sports athlete in high school and college, later coaching on the collegiate level and now being a mother of three, Jennifer (Smith) Pyle has always been a big advocate of sports.
Registration continues at West Texas Graphics for Lamesa’s Cal Ripken Youth Baseball League.
SNYDER – Scurry County’s three public school districts presented diplomas to 189 high school graduates last night. Friends and family members greeted the graduates at ceremonies and parades at Snyder, Ira and Hermleigh schools.