SEMINOLE – An individual maneuvering a trike aircraft crashed next to a portable building off of County Road 200-D Monday afternoon.
Lamesa Police Chief Josh Peterson is hoping the re-establishment of a local chaplain corps here will not only help serve the needs of local first-responders but eventually reach out to serve the entire community.
Dawson County is supposed to receive some $2.4 million through the recently-approved federal stimulus package called the American Rescue Plan, according to county officials.
Already facing numerous new city regulations, game room operations here will soon be subject to similar restrictions and regulations by Dawson County.
Dawson County currently is facing a “bad mix” of conditions which create a high danger of wildfires, according to Lamesa Fire Chief Larry Duyck.
A computer issue with online State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) exams on Tuesday kept some students being able to complete the exam.
Officials with the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce are inviting everyone to bring your appetites and anything with wheels to the upcoming Chicken Fried Steak Festival dinner and parade.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Although it was delayed a few months due to COVID-19, last year’s Springtime Shine Car Show drew more than 140 entries and filled up more than half of Lamesa’s downtown square.