Two Lamesa High School (LHS) barbecue teams and teams from area schools are taking their recipes to the next level with state competition in the spring.
Grand Champions- Hillcrest High School’s Eagle Q
A choice of movies and food will be available when Lamesa’s Movieland Theater holds its annual membership drive event on Feb. 28.
Lamesa High School culinary teacher Kevin Pedroza’s culinary students are competing in a barbecue contest here this weekend but recently came back from another contest with awards for their serving skills.
The one day out of the year to recognize the 46 men who have served in the highest office in the land will result in the closures of federal and county offices, and local banks on Monday for Presidents’ Day.
The public is invited for a meet and greet with Congressman Jodey Arrington from 9 a.m. until 10 a.m., Tuesday at Forrest Park Community Center at 814 S. Houston Ave.
Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce representatives welcomed T-Mobile, located at 301 N. 4th Street, into town. Eddie Flores (left), rural market manager; (center) Jessica Huddelston, retail store manager; and (right) Isaac Delacruz, rural indirect sales manager, cut the ribbon during a Chamber sponsored ribbon cutting ceremony Friday afternoon. The business is open from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday; and from noon until 6 p.m. on Sunday. LPR photo