Dawson County commissioners agreed Sept. 5 to abandon the unused County Road 30 (CR 30) that leads to a deadend and hasn’t seen public traffic in over a decade.
Lamesa Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) and Lamesa Economic Alliance Project (LEAP) agreed Monday to possible changes to a business grant that will be put before the attorney for a legal opinion.
Months after a recycling company moved away, another is apparently taking its place.
A contract, a road abandonment and jury money are all on the table when Dawson County commissioners hold their regular meeting at 4 p.m., Tuesday at the county courthouse.
Two city supervisors updated city council Tuesday on what’s going on with the municipal golf course and in the water and wastewater departments.
O’Donnell school board members lowered the tax rate and approved the 20232024 budget during their Aug. 29 meeting.
Event focuses on practices to increase production and profitability, reduce agriculture’s environmental footprint
For most Texas gardeners, the heat of summer has felt never-ending, and the rain has been far too sparse, creating a need to prioritize which plants to water, and which ones can wait.
A woman, well-known for her long walks through town pushing a small black shopping cart in front of her, lost her life early Monday morning while heading on foot toward the laundromat on S. Bryan Ave.