A report showing Lamesa has seen a sharp jump in home values in recent years is good economic news for the city, according to Sean Overeynder, director of economic development for the city.
More than 450 people already have cast their ballots here for the upcoming party primary elections, according to County Clerk Clare Christy.
Students will start the 2020-2021 school year on Aug. 19 and finish classes on May 26 under the new school calendar approved Tuesday evening by the Lamesa school board.
It was a pep-rally atmosphere in the Lamesa High School gynasium Wednesday morning as 94 Golden Tornado seniors signed letters of intent to continue their education at the next level.
After several months of discussion by the city council, Lamesa school administrator Chris Riggins has been appointed to a vacant position on the board of directors of the Lamesa Economic Alliance Project (LEAP).
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Lamesa school officials are seeking public input on possible safety and security measures that need to be taken at local campuses and extracurricular events.
The Harlem Globetrotters will be coming to Snyder as part of their Pushing The Limits 2020 World Tour.
Members of the Dawson County Commissioners Court have a fairly light slate of business on the agenda for their regular meeting on Tuesday.
U.S. cotton producers intend to plant 13.0 million cotton acres this spring, down 5.5 percent from 2019 (based on USDA’s February 2020 estimate), according to the National Cotton Council’s 39th Annual Early Season Planting Intentions Survey.