Lamesa Rodeo Association President Cody King (left) presents a trophy saddle to Cutter Whipple as the winner of the association’s calf roping competition held in conjunction with the annual rodeo.
The team of Riley Smith and Chance Taylor turned in the top combined time of 24.20 seconds in the preliminary and finals to win the Lamesa Rodeo Association’s annual team
Addison Schmidt receives a trophy belt buckle from Lamesa Rodeo Association President Cody King as the winner of the association’s Junior Barrels competition.
Allison Hutchings, 16-year-old daughter of Brandi and Cher Hutchings, was crowned the 2019 Lamesa Rodeo Queen on Thursday evening, just before the annual Lamesa Rodeo opened for a three-night run
Signup opened this past Monday for the Market Facilitation Program (MFP), a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) program to assist farmers who continue to suffer from damages because of unjustified
An emotional U.S. Rep. Mike Conaway (R-Midland) announced on Wednesday in his hometown that after 15 years in Congress, he will not seek another term in the U.S. House of
County facing budget crunch SNYDER – Years of what was described as “frivolous” spending have finally caught up to Scurry County commissioners. During Tuesday’Ss 2020 budget workshop, County Judge Dan
Jennifer Stewart, principal of North Elementary in Lamesa, shows off one of the the recently-painted murals – this one in the girls rest room – which will greet students when they return to school
An estimated $35,000-$40,000 in prize money will be on the line when ropers and riders from across a wide region converge in Lamesa over the next few days. They will
After extensive discussion in multiple meetings over the past two months, the Dawson County Commissioners Court gave the go-ahead Tuesday to file a proposed county budget for the 2020 fiscal