Dawson County Hospital District board members are expected to vote on a preliminary 2021 tax rate this coming Wednesday.
Twenty-four senior citizens in Lamesa had fans delivered to their homes on Friday morning to help them keep cool during the hot summer months.
Eight lucky grand prize winners collected free bicycles after winning a drawing at the library Tuesday afternoon. One adult received a gift bag.
Volunteers and financial donations are now being sought to assist with the annual back-to-school giveaway conducted by the churches of Lamesa.
Lamesa Adoptable Pets (LAP) President Julie Miller receives a donation from Vaughn Wiggins (left) and Hayes Hall of Mitch Hall Chevrolet in Lamesa. LAP is conducting a Christmasin-July fundraiser to collect food, collars, bowls, treats, toys and monetary donations benefi tting the town’s homeless dogs. LAP’s efforts have ensured no dog at the animal shelter has been put down in Lamesa since April 2020. LAP fi nds the animals new homes. LPR photo
Three candidates are vying to become the new Lamesa Rodeo Queen.
The municipal swimming pool at the N. 22nd Street Park is now closed for the summer.
Monday: Sloppy joes, pickles/onions, pinto beans and dessert
Tuesday: Baked chicken, hashbrown casserole, green beans with red peppers and dessert