More than 320 miles of state roadways are scheduled for preventative maintenance work during the months of July and August. The roads are part of the Lubbock District’s 2020 sealcoat program.
Order prompts postponement of annual Gaines County Rodeo
Brent Nelson of Sudan, was elected president of Plains Cotton Growers, Inc., for 2020-2021 during PCG’s quarterly Board of Directors meeting earlier this past week via Zoom.
The middle of July in West Texas normally includes some pretty hot weather, but humans and cotton plants alike will have to weather some temperatures this weekend that forecasted to soar well past the 100-degree mark, with lows only in the upper 70s.
Above average temperatures are exacerbating drier-than-normal conditions around the state, said the state’s climatologist.
Budget preparations for the 2020-2021 fiscal year will be a focus at two meetings of the Lamesa City Council this coming week.
From Welch to Patricia and all over Lamesa, fires caused by Independence Day fireworks were popping up at a steady clip here Saturday night.
With Dawson County now exceeding 20 active cases of COVID-19, the county is now under the face mask order issued last week by Governor Greg Abbott.
With so many exceptions to the governor’s order requiring everyone to wear a face covering in public, two of the top two law enforcements officers here say enforcement of the order won’t be a high priority for their departments.
After jumping again sharply during the weekend, no new cases of COVID-19 had been reported in Dawson County as of Wednesday morning.