COVID-19 has been a challenge for local medical personnel and has taken a toll on the residents of Dawson County.
Filing will begin this coming Wednesday for anyone interested in becoming a candidate for positions on the Lamesa City Council, Lamesa school board, or board of the Dawson County Hospital District.
If you were anywhere near a neighborhood intersection on N. 6th Street Friday afternoon, you probably heard the occasional honking of car horns.
Lamesa FFA member Bailey Boles set up her champion fi newool lamb just right as competition judge Kinder Harlow takes a close look during the Dawson County Junior Livestock Show on Thursday evening.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
The economic impact of a potential development project here will be among the items of discussion by local economic development officials on Monday.
Exhibitors in the goat show Thursday night at the Lee Roy Colgan Fair Barn keep their eyes on the judge as they participate in the Dawson County Junior Livestock Show. Activi-ties were scheduled to wrap up Saturday morning with the annual premium auction.
Klondike school board members are expected Monday to select a construction manager at risk for a variety of projects to planned for the coming year.
Plains Cotton Growers, Inc. will host a virtual information session on February 16, 2021 to review and discuss the numerous options available to producers for the 2021 growing season through the Federal Crop Insurance Program. Additional information, including links to register for the February 16 session will be made available in the coming weeks through this newsletter and on the PCG website located at: http://www.plainscotton.org.
The USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Texas has established a second funding application deadline of Feb. 12, 2021, for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP).