The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
A Texas Supreme Court ruling last week in favor of adding three Texas Green Party candidates to the Nov. 3 election ballot has county clerks in Texas’ 254 counties scrambling to get election materials printed before the big day.
Dawson school board members during their regular meeting Monday handled an array of business related to the upcoming school board election.
Former Lamesa resident Rob Warren was recognized as the 2020 Gaines County Farmer of the Year during the Gaines County Ag and Oil Appreciation Day held last Thursday in Seminole.
O’Donnell school board members should expect a pretty light meeting beginning at 6 p.m., Thursday.
BROWNFIELD – On January 2, tragedy struck a Terry County family when a vehicle accident claimed the life of eight-year-old Kolter Green.
ANDREWS – The state’s third mobile virus testing site in Andrews—staged Wednesday at the fire station—had fewer takers than the first two.
The good news is that only two new confirmed cases of COVID-19 among Dawson County residents were reported to health authorities on Wednesday.
The COVID-19 outbreak put a clamp not only on the national economy, but it also bit into something most people take for granted: loose change.