Tickets are now on sale for the upcoming annual banquet of the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce. That banquet was among the various items discussed by the Chamber’s board of
Jadyn Boyd and Tristen Arthur captured top showmanship honors during last Saturday’s awards presentation and premium sale concluding the annual Dawson County Junior Livestock Show. Boyd, a Dawson County 4-H
A Honor Roll Sixth Grade - Jesse Hernandez, Jayden Lopez, Austin Ramford and Malia Ramirez. Seventh Grade - Giovanni Espinose, Nathan Ramirez and Melody Schmitt. Eighth Grade - Veronica Baeza,
Lamesa High School’s three barbecue teams will be selling brisket burritos as a fundraiser next Saturday, Jan. 18. The event will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Ismael “Ish” Salazar was recently awarded $2,500 in tuition assistance by McDonald’s in Levelland through McDonald’s “Archways to Opportunity” program,” Salazar, a 2018 graduate of Lamesa High School, is the
O’Donnell ISD has recleased the names of secondary students who achieved the A and A/B honor rolls for the third six-weeks grading period. A Honor Roll Sixth Grade - Jillian
The monthly Women’s Luncheon at Second Baptist Church will be at noon on Thursday, Jan. 16. Everyone is encouraged to bring food to help feed the community’s children on weekends.
Klondike school board members will consider approving a calendar for the 2020-2021 school year when they hold their regular monthly meeting on Thursday. That meeting is scheduled to start at