Work began Friday on a project to seal coat about 130 blocks of city streets in Lamesa during the next few weeks.
COVID-19 case numbers in Dawson County continue to be trending downward but they certainly aren’t disappearing, according to the latest information from the South Plains Public Health Department.
Ryann Phillips started shooting competitively through 4-H as an eight-year-old third grader.
Mildred Koehler has a philosophy about how to lead a good, long life.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Organizers of the first annual Harvest Festival are making a few changes to their plans.
New lights were hoisted into place this past Wednesday at the Klondike High School football fi eld, just in time for the Cougar’s homecoming football game and related activities on Friday night. The new lighting is part of improvements being undertaken at the school with bond funds approved by voters last November.
Thirty permits for new water wells were approved Wednesday by the board of directors of the Mesa Underground Water Conservation District.
The tax rate and COVID-19 days for staff members are on the agenda for O’Donnell school board members to consider at their 7 p.m. Tuesday regular meeting in the board room at 400 Small Street in O’Donnell.
A trio of items dealing with defense attorneys in criminal cases here are on the agenda for a special called meeting of the Dawson County Commissioners Court on Monday morning.