As a public service of the Lamesa Press-Reporter, below is a list of food services being offered by Lamesa eating establishments in light of the on-site dining restrictions put in place as a result of the COVID-19 virus.
The estimated time for completion of the new Career and Technology Education building currently under construction at Lamesa High School has been pushed back at least a month, due partly to issues with the COVID-19 virus.
COVID-19 might have much of the world social distancing, but agricultural crops still must be planted, and producers still have regulations to follow. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is ready to help the process.
It’s now been well over a week since the first confirmed case of COVID-19 was reported on the Texas High Plains, and every day, news of additional confirmed cases and deaths across the region, state and nation further remind us of the gravity of the situation and the need to control the spread.
In a called meeting this past Monday night, the Borden County ISD board of trustees named Stephanie Behrens as the lone finalist for the superintendent’s position at the school, according to a story in this past week’s edition of The Borden Star newspaper.
Dawson school board members adopted the 2020- 2021 school calendar and handled matters in response to the COVID-19 virus during a special meeting last weekend.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue today announced the acceptance of more than 3.4 million acres in the general Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) signup recently completed, the first general signup enrollments since 2016. County offices will begin notifying producers with accepted offers no later than April 3.
Lamesa Press-Reporter Construction of an allnew facility appears to be the only option remaining under consideration as a possible means of relieving the overcrowding at the Dawson County Jail.
Selection of a new city manager for Lamesa could come as early as this Thursday evening, according to Mayor Josh Stevens.
School begins serving meals