They didn’t say yes and they didn’t say no.
Before formally voting to propose a tax increase of almost 11.5 cents per $100 property value, members of the Dawson County Commissioners Court were urged Tuesday to look hard at trying to cut the county budget.
With the city’s first homicide this year occurring over the weekend, along with concerns over drug- and gang-related crimes, Lamesa City Council members discussed Tuesday the possibility of funding two more law enforcement officers for a Special Operations unit for the police department.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is scheduled to accept construction bids in October on a project that will add passing lanes to US 180 between Lamesa and Seminole, according to a TxDOT press release
Lamesa City Council members gave their blessing Tuesday to a businessman’s request to have an alleyway near Twilight Electric abandoned.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Members of the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated with Emeka Onyemetu (center) as he cut a ribbon Monday morning marking the opening of Mekason Pharmacy at 311 N. Dallas Ave., Ste. B. Onyemetu already owns and operates similar pharmacies in Midland, Greenwood, Odessa and Big Spring.
While the school budget is increasing this year the tax rate is dropping slightly in the Dawson school district based at Welch.
Small non-farming businesses in Dawson County hit hard by drought conditions are now eligible to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
SNYDER – As the Scurry County United Way (SCUW) gears up to start its Moving Forward United campaign on Tuesday, the board of directors faced a difficult decision: Whether to proceed with or cancel its annual kickoff.