The monthly Women’s Luncheon of Second Baptist Church will be held at 12 noon this coming Thursday, June 20, in the fellowship hall of the church. Those attending this month’s
The Lamesa school system is offering a free summer meal program through July 3 for all children ages 1-18. Two meals per day are served at the Lamesa High School
Monday: Soft beef tacos with cheese, lettuce and tomato, Spanish rice, salsa and dessert.
Tuesday: Ham chunks with blackeye peas, cabbage wedges and dessert.
Wednesday: Birthday Luncheon - Meatloaf with onion gravy, loaded mashed potatoes, green beans and dessert.
A marriage license was issued by the Dawson County Clerk’s office on June 10 to Rudy Olivo, age 59, and Mary Ann Sanchez, 39.
With a shortage of foster and adoption homes across the region, Child Protective Services is seeking families to help resolve that situation. A meeting to discuss foster care and adoption
Science and space will be the focus of this week’s summer reading programs for youth at the Dawson County Library, according to director Debbie Garza. On Tuesday at 2 p.m.
James Keith Sherbert recently graduated from Tar-rant County College School of Nursing as a Registered Nurse. The son of Johnny and Sharon Sherbert of Lamesa, Keith is a 1994 graduate
Dawson County Senior Citizens Center Menu Monday: Chicken spaghetti, capri blend vegetables, tomato wedges and dessert Tuesday: Frito pie with lettuce, tomato, & cheese, fiesta corn and dessert Wednesday: Smothered
The Lamesa school system again is offering a summer meal program free for all children from age one through 18. The program began June 3, and continues through July 3.