The flow of traffic around the busy intersection of North 4th Street and Bryan Avenue got even more challenging late this week as construction barriers went up blocking off the north side of 4th St
Medical Arts Hospital officials are currently making a waiting list for the future after all 200 slots filled quickly for COVID-19 vaccinations available to the public here this coming week.
It appears the Lamesa city limits will soon be expanding at least a short distance to the southeast.
The Dawson County Health Department (DCHD) is compiling the names and phone numbers of residents qualifying for the vaccine against COVID-19.
Schools in Lamesa and the surrounding area were free of new COVID-19 cases during the first week of classes after the Christmas break.
A firefighter sweeps up debris scattered across the road at the site of a collision about 7:20 a.m. Wednesday at the intersection of State Highway 349 and County Road 25 south of Lamesa.
Three Lamesa school board incumbents filed this week for re-election in May, but no candidates have filed yet for places up for election on the hospital board and city council.
Monday’s holiday celebrating civil rights activist Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., (MLK) will close all federal offices and banks here, along with schools in two school districts, for the day.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Saturday, Jan. 9
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed former Lamesa resident Ann-Marie Carruth as Judge of the 72nd Judicial District Court in Crosby and Lubbock Counties.