“Family. I’ve learned to value that more now than ever.”
Lamesa residents will not see any neighborhood trash collection by the city through the remainder of this week.
Both Lamesa and Dawson County continue their record of increases in their monthly sales tax rebates.
Helen Vargas, 16-year-old Lamesa High School student in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America program, serves up a plate of spaghetti during the organization’s pasta fund raiser held Sunday at Pedroza’s restaurant. LPR photo
The Thanksgiving holiday means there’s no school, governmental offices are closed and there’s no mail delivery on Thursday.
Preston E. Smith Prison Unit officials are now accepting applications for correctional officers to work at the unit here.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Teams from both Lamesa and Klondike high schools are advancing to state in FFA Leadership Development Events (LDE) competition.
Members of the Lamesa FFA Public Relations team which qualified for state are (front, from left) Sagen Oaks, Katey Fletcher, (back) Chloe Crittendon and Reagan Derington.
Klondike FFA’s state-qualifying Greenhand Chapter Conducting team consists of (from left) Amy Ruiz, Jace DeLong, Mercy Ynostrosa, Truett Thixton, Aisley Evans, Reagan Braswell, Fallon Warren and Gabriella Del Busto.