Entertaining the crowd
The idea that “water boys” do nothing on the athletic field but ensure football players stay hydrated is a misconception.
Since the 2023-2024 academic year began a month ago, area school districts are seeing changes in the number of students attending their classes.
Both Dawson County and the City of Lamesa saw slight dips in their September sales tax allocations from the State Comptroller’s Office.
It’s the little things that matter, but don’t often get the attention, the thanks or the recognition they deserve.
Kristian Gonzales is the big winner in this week’s football contest taking home first place on the week and $25. Gonzales is also leading the season standings wit h 49 correct picks.
Sands High School (SHS) students already know the names of their homecoming queen candidates.
Matthew 24: 7 “For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.”
If the Texas Legislature and Governor Greg Abbott have their way, school vouchers could become a reality.
The 2023 Sands High School homecoming court is comprised of (left to right) Senior Aubree Blissard, Junior Taylor Wall, Sophomore Lahela Aguilar, and Freshman Kaylynn Derry. Homecoming is next Friday, Sept. 29. The Sands Mustangs will face the Wellman-Union Wildcats beginning at 7:30 p.m.