A rider in the FY 2022- 23 state budget will allow Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) to collaborate on an experimental use program evaluating the efficacy of warfarin as a feral hog control method.
Seven employees with the Lamesa Independent School District who are retiring after a combined total of 169 years of service in education have recently been recognized by the district.
STANTON – City of Stanton residents have been dealing with the construction of a new overpass on Interstate 20 West of town for a couple of years.
TAHOKA – Change is coming to Tahoka. According to city officials, there are plans for building a better future, and the city is solidly behind finding a new vision for growth and revitalization.
SNYDER – Two frequent critics of the Scurry County Commissioners’ Court failed to sway commissioners as to why local residents should not approve an abatement agreement with IP Lumina, LLC.
ANDREWS – This year’s Memorial Day ceremony at the Andrews County Veterans Memorial facility will be a special one in a couple of respects.
In addition to providing meals for students attending the upcoming summer school, the Lamesa school district will be offering “grab-and-go” meals throughout the summer to all children age 18 and under.
Lamesa High School seniors try to un-knot a bunch of graduation balloons used in decorating a car. They did the decorations before the start of the annual Senior Parade Sunday through downtown. The parade brought out 45 entries. LPR photo by Mary Elizabeth Davis
One hundred and fifteen Lamesa High School seniors will be getting their diplomas during graduation ceremonies at 8 p.m. Friday at Tornado Stadium.
It’s been five years in the making, but city officials took another step this week in financing an $11-million water supply improvement project to help ensure residents don’t face a shortage of water.