Klondike school board members on Thursday accepted the annual financial audit presented by Kevin Telchik with the Lamesa accounting firm of Stephens, Stephens & Telchik.
Plains Cotton Growers, Inc. will host a virtual information session on Feb. 16, 2021 to review and discuss the numerous options available to producers for the 2021 growing season through the Federal Crop Insurance Program. Additional information, including links to register for the February 16 session will be made available in the coming weeks through this newsletter and on the PCG website located at: http://www.plainscotton.org.
Several opportunities are available to complete the Auxin-Specific Certification Training for the 2021 growing season.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced it will provide additional assistance through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP), expanding eligibility for some agricultural producers and commodities as well as updating payments to accurately compensate some producers who already applied for the program.
Lamesa High School’s new band hall is now open for service.
Owners of games rooms are going to feel the financial pinch after Lamesa City Council members agreed Tuesday to the first reading of an ordinance setting down heavier license and permit fees to operate such facilities.
Lamesa City Council members on Tuesday declared Gloria Villalobos Rodriguez elected to the vacant District 3 seat on the council.
Medical Arts Hospital (MAH) officials expect there will be no leftover COVID-19 vaccines when their second vaccination clinic ends Thursday.
Two current Lamesa city council members said Tuesday they will be seeking re-election while another is still considering whether to seek another term.
Expecting that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic will have ebbed by that time, officials with the City of Lamesa are going ahead and planning to host the annual Chicken Fried Steak Festival in late April.