There aren’t any official numbers to confirm it, but a three-day basketball tournament that came to town Thursday was bound to have some impact on the local economy.
Miss Merry Christmas Pageant voting begins
Entries are still being accepted to participate in the upcoming Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Christmas Lighted Parade.
Residents wanting to donate to Lights of Love have until Monday to make their contributions to the nonprofi t group that ensures the children of qualified families have a Merry Christmas.
Two local high school cheerleaders certainly had a unique Thanksgiving experience they will long remember.
PARADE OF CHEERLEADERS
If you’re interested in spicing up the home decor with something matching the holiday season, the library has just your ticket.
Tabling three items on the agenda, it took members of the Dawson County commissioners court only about 20 minutes to handle all of the other business at their regular meeting Tuesday.
Dawson County Hospital District board members on Tuesday re-authorized a line of credit for the district not to exceed $5 million with the First United Bank.
When it came time to pick a play for Lamesa High School student thespians to perform, drama teacher Tommy Rodgers first considered staging Charles Dickens’ Christmas classic, “The Christmas Carol.”