The monthly distribution of food from the Feed One Food Bank at First Baptist Church will be this coming Tuesday from 1 to 4 p.m. on the southwest side of the church.
Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas, an equal justice volunteer program, is conducting free in-person legal clinics from 5 p.m.
■ On July 16, 1863, the draft riots enter their fourth day in New York City in response to the Enrollment Act.
For about a year or so, Crestview Baptist Church here did not have a pastor. Supporters would temporarily step into the job to help out with pastoring the church’s 40-plus members.
The Dawson County Public Library is hosting an array of activities for all age groups for the month of July.
Tin Buck Coffee Shop owners Jim and Andrea Rodriguez opened their business Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony by the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce. The business, located at 528 N.
Monday: Closed in observance of Independence Day
Tuesday: Spaghetti with meat sauce, Italian blend vegetables, garden salad and dessert
For three days out of the week throughout the month, youngsters can attend a Bible study camp called Harvest Kids Camp.
Family Harvest Church is hosting the camp for four weeks.
If you missed the Lamesa Community Players’ dinner theater production of “Steel Magnolias,” there’s still time to get tickets for upcoming performances.
Last weekend’s huge storm here is not going to stop more than 100 Lamesa High School (LHS) alumni, their spouses and guests from getting together for a “Mini-Jubilee” reunion this coming weekend.