Cooler temperatures and widespread rain events across Texas have forage and crop producers scrambling to fight armyworms, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.
Youngsters got a surprise visit from Spiderman Thursday at United Supermarket. During their visit, youngsters enjoyed coloring pictures for a contest. The action hero will be visiting the store from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. for the next three Thursdays. Once all the coloring pages are done, winners will be selected based upon age groups and will be awarded $25 gift cards. LPR photo
With the start of classes for the new school year just a few weeks away, the Dawson school system in Welch has a variety of activities scheduled beginning this coming week.
Auditions are planned this coming week for the Lamesa Community Players’ upcoming production of Sutton Vane’s humorous and suspenseful play “Outward Bound.”
Lamesa firefighter Pablo Vasquez uses a pole to rake in an attempt to uncover any remaining hot spots after firefighters responded late Monday night to a blaze which destroyed a mobile home at 701
It’s been about four years since city employees have seen a pay hike. Lamesa City Council reviewed the idea of delivering pay raises in the past, but the figures got sidelined by COVID-19, and vehicle and equipment purchases.
Investigators are still seeking to determine the cause of a fire late Monday night that destroyed a mobile home at the corner of 6th St. and Ave. K.
Driving from Midland to Lamesa is normally a 60 mile trek and takes about an hour to complete by car.
Hope for Lamesa is coming back to town at 5 p.m. this Saturday in the Forrest Community Center at 900 S. Houston Ave.
A Lubbock television news show is coming to town to broadcast live from Lamesa.