Klondike FFA member Kylar Pepper and Lamesa FFA member Mitchell Carpenter were each presented with a $1,500 scholarship on Friday during the annual Dawson County Junior Livestock Show. Pepper received a scholarship established last year in memory of Gaston and Iva Martin and their descendants. Carpenter was awarded a scholarship sponsored by a local buyers club named The Honey Bees. Pictured are (from left) Logan Gaskins, Van Gaskins, Dustin Gaskins, Kylar Pepper, Mitchell Carpenter, Theresa Estes and Roxanne Gregory. Not pictured is Manda Gaskins.
Several governmental entities around the area enjoyed bigger paychecks from the Texas Comptroller’s office this past week, Dawson County and the City of Lamesa were not among them.
Come rain, shine or even snow, Lamesa’s students will be attending classes Monday.
Medical Arts Hospital (MAH) nurse Mary Bond administers the Moderna vaccine against COVID-19 to Robert Gaitan, MAH director of patient accounting, during the fi rst day of vaccine administered to m
A total of 74 FFA and 4-H members are expected to show 250 animals in the Dawson County Junior Livestock Show which will feature show-ring competition beginning Thursday.
Small Head, Red Neck, Water Balloon, Softy and Snake Bite probably don’t conjure up the kinds of names fit for sheep.
Employees at Medical Arts Hospital (MAH), Medical Arts Clinic and Emergency Medical Services have received ‘ the first batch of the Moderna vaccine against COVID-19.
The Texas prison system’s Smith Unit here is on lockdown status after an explosion in the number of COVID-19 cases among inmates at the unit during the past week.
District Judge Reed Filley (left) issued the oath of offi ce Monday morning to two new county offi cials and fi ve others who recently were re-elected or appointed to additional terms in offi ce.
Lamesa Campus of Howard College officials have announced their schedule of classes for the 2021 Spring semester.