The Dawson County Library has received a donation from Larry and Vicki Whitman in memory of Bob Ellis.
A week after re-opening to serve club members whose parents are working in essential businesses, the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club is expanding a program of full-day services to another select group.
With the COVID-19 crisis impacting their normal Easter activities, the Catholic churches here will be streaming their Holy Week activities live on Facebook.
Freddie Vargas witnessed first-hand his business, Lamesa Tire and Battery, getting “tagged” with graffiti on Thursday.
United Supermarkets is reminding customers, during the current COVID-19 crisis, to practice social distancing while shopping.
The Dawson County library has received a donation from Martha Gerber in memory of Bob Ellis.
Effective Monday, March 23rd and until further notice the lobby is closed. We will be offering curb side food service on the south side of the building starting at 11 a.m. each weekday for seniors 60 and over. We will continue delivering home delivered meals to our existing clients.
With gatherings of more than 10 people restricted by the state and city due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, most local churches have announced they are temporarily suspending worship services and other activities in an effort to protect the health and safety of their members.
Starting Monday, the Dawson County Senior Citizens Center will be closed but the center will continue to provide meals for its patrons.