ANDREWS – A building project to help Permian Regional Medical Center keep up with an increase in baby deliveries is scheduled to begin soon, hospital board members learned Thursday.
BROWNFIELD – When the South Plains Underground Water Conservation District came into existence in 1992, Lindy Harris never thought she would be employed there for 27-plus years. Now her familiar face will not be present when you walk in the SPUWCD building because Harris is moving on to a new chapter in her life.
SEMINOLE – Gaines County’s Ag and Oil Appreciation Day, an annual celebration which honors top performers in Gaines County’s two largest industries, is set for Thursday, Sept. 17, at the Gaines County Civic Building in Seminole.
Cast members have been selected for the Lamesa Community Players’ November production of The Red Velvet Cake War.”
Each week, Matthew Hernandez, owner of Lucy’s Flour Shop, bakes an array of cupcakes.
Letha Stokes got an extension as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Dawson County Hospital District with a re-vote by the district’s board of director’s Thursday evening.
Dawson County Hospital District board members on Thursday unanimously approved a new tax rate of 40.5028 cents per $100 property value.
Lamesa City Council members are conducting a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday at 601 S. First Street to consider fi nalizing the city’s 2020-2021 budget.
The recent surge in COVID-19 cases here doesn’t seem to be slowing any.
Technically the $21 million budget, approved by Lamesa Independent School District board of trustees in a special meeting Thursday evening, is a balanced one, but it does have a $250,000 deficit as part of a contingency plan.