Possible criminal charges are pending against a 40-year-old Lamesa man after local law enforcement received a tip that some individuals might be in possession of narcotics.
The deadline for submitting an application for the local Lights of Love program will be 5 p.m. next Monday.
Volunteers from Dawson and Lynn counties gathered this past Monday for a “community effort” to harvest the late E.Lee Harris’s final crop of cotton.
Final preparations have begun for Lamesa’s second annual Jingle Mingle, which will take place next Thursday.
As OCI Solar Power’s solar project in Dawson County prepares to begin operations, Marathon Capital has announced the sale of the project to D.E. Shaw Renewable Investments (“DESRI”). The project,
Volunteers are shown preparing take-out meals for this past Thursday’s community Thanksgiving meal at the Lamesa High School cafeteria. Alice Ortegon, organizer of the event, said around 200 meals were
Thanks to Lamesa’s community meal, over 300 individuals were served a free lunch on Thanksgiving day. About 75 to 100 individuals were served at the Lamesa High School cafeteria on
The Lamesa Boys and Girls Club’s annual Gala will feature several changes from the event’s previous years. “This year, we’re taking it (the Gala) in a new direction,” said Shelley
A few recreational vehicle (RV) parks were established in Lamesa years ago, but individuals who own land in the area recently have started RV parks of their own to meet
The following were among the many calls responded to by the Lamesa Police Department from Monday, November 19, through Wednesday, November 21: Monday, November 19 9:01 a.m. – An employee