The public is invited to see Santa and donate to Lamesa’s Jingle Mingle this coming Tuesday and Wednesday, from 4:30 to 6 p.m., in the Forrest Park Community Center north parking lot.
The following were among the many calls responded to by the Lamesa Police Department from Monday, November 26, through Thursday, November 29:
Monday, November 26
A prison cell now awaits a Lamesa man who was arrested last summer for possessing thousands of dollars of property taken in a number of burglaries in Lamesa and the surrounding area.
U.S. Silica has donated $7,315 to Lamesa Fire Rescue for the purchase of specialty equipment to outfit a confined space entry and high-angle rescue trailer.
The Dawson County Hospital District continues to see improvement in its financial condition despite several slow months that caused revenue to fall well below budget expectations.
The development of a manufactured housing community along the northwestern edge of Lamesa is expected to get underway during the first quarter of 2019.
Possible criminal charges are pending against a 40-year-old Lamesa man after local law enforcement received a tip that some individuals might be in possession of narcotics.
The deadline for submitting an application for the local Lights of Love program will be 5 p.m. next Monday.
Volunteers from Dawson and Lynn counties gathered this past Monday for a “community effort” to harvest the late E.Lee Harris’s final crop of cotton.
Final preparations have begun for Lamesa’s second annual Jingle Mingle, which will take place next Thursday.