A well known children’s classic is coming to the Lamesa Community Players’ (LCP) stage.
Lucky Scarlett Olivas, a 2017 Lamesa High School graduate, hit another milestone in her academic career when she was named to the president’s honor roll in Texas Tech University’s (TTU) nursing program.
The Dawson County Texa A&M AgriLife Extension is gearing up for summer youth camp activities for third-through 12th-grade students.
Lamesa’s non-profit Movieland Theater is again offering a special slate of movies this summer aimed just for children.
Receiving the top scholarships during Klondike High School’s recent graduation ceremonies were (from left) Jayden Power, Hardy and Bess Morgan Citizenship Award; Alexis Serrano, Amy Shofner Memorial Scholarship; Alan Aguilar, Alfrieda Sterling Memorial Scholarship; Jadyn Boyd and Ashlynn Cagle, David Kirkland Memorial Scholarship; and David Boschman, Jim and Pat Nance Memorial Scholarship and Colton Kearney Memorial Scholarship. KISD photo
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension personnel are inviting everyone to grab a friend and join them for food and fun this Summer through a free Virtual Dinner Tonight Healthy Cooking School.
Registration is now underway for several summer youth camp activities being planned by the Dawson County office of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension for third- through 12th-grade students.