Hospital board hears proposal on adding orthopedic surgeries
Out of 1,939-acre-feet of water allocated to the City of Lamesa by the Canadian River Municipal Water Authority (CRMWA), only 1,125-acre-feet was taken by the city in 2018.
SNYDER – The 2018 Scurry County United Way Campaign surpassed its goal.
ANDREWS – State Representative Brooks Landgraf did not waste any time this session in addressing the state’s recapture system with property- and mineral-rich school districts like Andrews ISD.
SEMINOLE – Costs associated with renting Gaines County’s newly-renovated Civic Building and Show Barn facility could sharply increase in the near future, following discussions by members of the Gai
SNYDER – She wished to have a playhouse built in her back yard last year through the Make-A-Wish program. After a year of waiting, Alexius Brown was granted her wish on Thursday.
More than a quarter of a million dollars in non-budgeted purchases were approved by the Lamesa City Council on Tuesday night. But, due to the generosity of the local Weaver
An estimated 90-100 agriculture producers attended the Southern Mesa Agriculture Conference that was held on Tuesday at Forrest Park Community Center in Lamesa. The conference was hosted by the Texas
The purchase of a new road grading machine and a vote in opposition to heavier load limits for trucks were among the items approved by members of the Dawson County
Texas’s State Capitol provided an exciting setting on Jan. 9 for Borden High School’s Trent Collins and Madi Cole. Receiving rankings from five judges, the senior duo accomplished a rare