Maribel Benuelos’s three-year-old class at Head Start sang this past week for parents at the child development program’s celebration for Black History Month.
A marriage license was issued on Feb. 26 to Ricardo Morales, age 32, and Mandy Robles, 26.
Students at North Elementary School were asked this past week to wear some of their help teach them they do not have to be like other people. friend’s clothes or
Lamesa MONDAY Elementary breakfast: Cheerios cereal and string cheese. Middle school breakfast: Graham crackers, assorted cereals with toast. High school breakfast: Breakfast burrito bar, graham crackers, sausage and gravy stuffed
On March 20, 1345, according to scholars at the University of Paris, the Black Death plague is created from what they call "a triple conjunction of Saturn, Jupiter and Mars
North Elementary School encouraged its students to dress up for their twin day this past Wednesday. Angie Boyce’s fourth grade class members all dressed alike and the boys in that
Nominations will continue through the end of this month for Gifted and Talented (G/T) assessments of any kindergarten students in the Lamesa ISD who have not been identified previously for
Poka Lambro now is accepting applications for $2,500 scholarships. Area high school students whose parents are customers of Poka Lambro may apply. Recipients of the scholarships are selected based on:
O’Donnell High School’s One Act Play will perform a production of “The Diviners” by Jim Leonard Jr. at a dress rehearsal next Sunday, March 3, at 4 p.m., and a
Menu Monday: Vegetable beef stew, tossed salad, fruit, and dessert. Tuesday: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes with cream gravy, California blend vegetables and dessert. Wednesday: Green chili pork stew, Spanish rice,