The Lamesa Community Players have decided to cancel their production of “The 39 Steps” and replace that play with “Ripcord” as the first production of 2019. Auditions for “Ripcord,” a
State legislation and Superintendent Jeff Flee-nor’s contract are among the items that Dawson ISD’s board members will discuss at their regular meeting this coming Thursday at 7 p.m. Fleenor said
A Women’s Luncheon will take place at Second Baptist Church this coming Thursday, Jan. 17, from 12 noon until 1 p.m. All ladies are welcome to attend to receive food
Klondike ISD Superintendent Steve McLaren said his annual appraisal is among the highlights of the district’s upcoming school board meeting, which is scheduled to take place at 6:15 p.m. this
Bond funding being studied for construction of high school BROWNFIELD – Administrators of Brownfield ISD have enlisted almost a dozen community members to serve on an oversight committee to shepherd
The Fresenius Kidney Care Dialysis Center in Lamesa is open and accepting and treating patients who have commercial health insurance.
Hunter Roschetzky congratulates his sister, Jordyn Roschetzky, after both of her class-winning entries were named as the Breed Champion and Reserve Breed Champion in the Southdown Lamb Division of
The Dawson County Hospital District continues on a path to recovery after hitting a financial crisis some 18 months ago, according to hospital officials.
After helping guide Medical Arts Hospital through many changes and challenges for almost 25 years, Ray Stephens is stepping down from the board of directors of the Dawson County Hospital District.
Robert Modisett (second from left), past president of the local Gideons, received two checks this past Wednesday of $1,500 each as part of an effort organized by the group to raise money to help La