Eight officials of Dawson County will be honored with a retirement party this coming Monday, at 3 p.m., at Forrest Park Community Center in Lamesa.
A contract with an attorney and permits for 12 new water wells will be among the items considered by directors of the Mesa Underground Water Conservation District this coming week.
A number of routine business items will be considered at this coming week’s regular meeting of the Dawson County Commissioners Court.
Two Big Spring men are facing felony charges of money laundering, as well as other charges, following a traffic stop last Sunday night by the Lamesa Police Department.
Somehow, someway, there will be a new farm bill in the next few days, according to Dr.
Interruptions and delays plagued the beginning of harvest for the 2018 Texas High Plains cotton crop, but thanks to recent sunshine and optimal weather, growers have been moving quickly through fie
Hospital district announces hiring of interim top executive
Lamesa ISD’s board has rescheduled its meeting concerning two contracts for improvements to the district’s campuses.
Lamesa Fire Chief Larry Duyck (left) is pictured with Lamesa’s U.S.
The public is invited to see Santa and donate to Lamesa’s Jingle Mingle this coming Tuesday and Wednesday, from 4:30 to 6 p.m., in the Forrest Park Community Center north parking lot.