Preparations are underway for the Lamesa Community Player’s awards ceremony that will take place next Saturday, March 23, at 7 p.m. at K-Bob’s Steakhouse. All family, friends, and members of
The Lamesa Community Players currently are rehearsing for their upcoming production of “Ripcord.” LCP will hold the production on April 5-6, April 12-13, at 7 p.m. A matinee also will
Lamesa’s Movieland Theatre will be showing classic movies for free each Monday through March and April. The line up for those movies follows: March 18- Hellfighters March 25- It’s a
The Second Baptist Church in Lamesa will be hosting its monthly women’s luncheon this coming Thursday, from 12 noon to 1 p.m., at the church building, 1705 North Bryan Avenue.
Lamesa High School graduate Kami Barron recently has begun work as the Lamesa territory manager for Resound Networks. Barron promotes the internet service provider in Lamesa, O’Donnell, Tahoka, Wilson and
Marriage licenses have been issued recently to the following couples: Brian Wade, 49, and Jennifer Smith, 48, on March 1; Jacob Jose Aguilar, 23, and Kelsey Sue Odom, 25, on
Lamesa MONDAY Elementary breakfast: Sausage biscuit sandwich. Middle school breakfast: Cinnamon French toast sticks, assorted cereals with toast. High school breakfast: Breakfast burrito bar, cinnamon French toast sticks, assorted cereals
The boys and girls who participated in the Dawson County Public Library’s Spring Break Boredom Busters Program on Friday split up to participate in different hands-on activities.
Menu Monday: Beef macaroni casserole, green beans, tossed salad and dessert. Tuesday: Cheese and onion enchiladas, pinto beans, tossed salad and dessert. Wednesday: (Birthday Luncheon) chicken and dressing, candied sweet
Klondike ISD has posted its A and AB honor roll for the fourth six weeks of the current school year. Those students who made the lists from kindergarten through 12th