Members of the Dawson County Commissioners Court approved the purchase of a water truck and handled a variety of other business during their regular meeting Tuesday.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Although continuing to handle office operations as they have throughout the COVID-19 crisis, the district clerk’s office will remain closed to the public for the time being.
Jesse Galdean, a former principal at Lamesa Middle School, has been hired as the next principal for the Dawson school system in Welch.
SNYDER – Snyder ISD is a step further along the pathway of moving out of the Texas Education Agency’s scrutiny after trustees approved an operations contract Thursday with Responsive Education Solutions.
SEMINOLE – The 2019-2020 Seminole ISD school year has been anything but ordinary. Not only did students not return to classes following spring break March 16-20, but distance learning has been in place since the end of March.
ANDREWS –The health department reported two more confirmed virus cases this week, which bumped Andrews County’s overall total two 21.
After serving as Lamesa’s police chief for the past six and a half years, Dale A. Alwan Sr. apparently is no longer with the City of Lamesa.
The COVID-19 crisis already is having a significant financial impact on the local hospital district, with that impact expected to grow over the next few months.
Dawson County’s total COVID-19 case count continues to climb but local authorities also continue to emphasize those with the virus represent only a tiny fraction of the overall population.