A story in this past Wednesday’s edition of the Lamesa Press-Reporter incorrectly stated that Elda Barrera will be the alternate judge in the upcoming city elections.
A couple of items related to the COV1D-19 outbreak and another two focusing on the possibility of a new jail here are among an array of business facing the Dawson County Commissioners Court this coming week.
Allocations of more than $2.7 million in bond funds for school construction projects will be considered by Lamesa school board members during their regular meeting Tuesday evening.
Plains Cotton Growers
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is accepting proposals through May 11 for On-Farm Conservation Innovation Trials now in its second year. On-Farm Trials, part of the agency’s Conservation Innovation Grant (CIG) program, help support the adoption and evaluation of innovative conservation approaches on agricultural land.
A Lamesa man was arrested on a drug charge here Wednesday evening after fleeing officers and being found in the attic of an abandoned residence, according to Lamesa police.
The O’Donnell ISD board of trustees will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24.
The annual membership meeting of the Poka Lambro Telephone Cooperative has been postponed until further notice due to the COVID-19 coronavirus concerns.
Effective Monday, March 23, and until further notice the lobby and dine-in will be closed. You may pick up a meal through the south side door starting at 11 a.m. We will continue home-delivered meals to our existing clients.
Patrieio Hernandez, a 7-year employee with the City of Lamesa, prepares a flower be on the Square for spring time.