In his report to Lamesa City Council members Tuesday, Lamesa Police Chief Josh Stevens updated them on the calls dispatchers handle and offi cers respond to.
A parade route for the annual Cotton Festival in O’Donnell has been laid out.
Members of the Mesa Underground Water Conservation District are meeting at 10 a.m., Monday at 212 N. Ave. G.
There is no mistaking the critical role water plays throughout the world — it is essential to life on Earth. TexasA&M AgriLife is celebrating the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations’ World Food Day, celebrated on Oct. 16, by recognizing the strides made within its agencies to develop sustainable farming methods that optimize water usage while ensuring food security. Now more than ever, people rely on innovative pursuits to protect water usage while also managing to feed a growing population. This is a worldwide issue challenging everyone to do more with less, making wise water use a global priority.
Lamesa School Superintendent David Ritchey predicted that if a legislative bill allocating public funds for private schools passes, lawmakers will then temporarily offer public schools salary increases and other financial incentives. After a few years, they will pull the rug out from under public schools halting the additional funding.
Lights of Love organizers are accepting applications starting Tuesday from families needing a little help in ensuring their youngsters have something from Santa on Christmas morning.
Out-of-towners usually come here either for the Chicken Fried Steak Festival, on their way to somewhere else before stopping just long enough to get gas or lunch; or to see their kid play against the varsity football team.
Lamesa students won’t be attending classes Monday or next Tuesday, but teachers and some staff members will still be on the job.
Both Dawson County and the City of Lamesa saw decreases in their monthly sales tax rebates issued by the state comptrollers office in Austin, but increases in their year-to-date allocations.
Those interested in creating a quilt with a story while learning about the Underground Railroad can do both by meeting up with like minded hobbyists.