The following were among the many calls responded to by the Lamesa Police Department from Monday, November 19, through Wednesday, November 21: Monday, November 19 9:01 a.m. – An employee
About 75 to 100 individuals were served at the community Thanksgiving meal at Lamesa High School cafeteria this past Thursday. Volunteers delivered around 200 meals around the community, as well.
O’Donnell ISD has posted its high school and junior high A and AB honor roll for the second six weeks. A Honor Roll Sixth Grade – Hunter Bolton, Roman Castro,
A young woman from Midland was pronounced dead by Dawson County Justice of the Peace Denise Dyess at Medical Arts Hospital, following a one-vehicle rollover accident in Martin County on
Door-to-door solicitors are required to have an annual City of Lamesa solicitor’s permit, which is applied for through the City Secretary’s office at Lamesa City Hall. All door-to-door solicitors must
Dawson ISD in Welch has posted its A and AB honor roll for the second six weeks of the current school year. A Honor Roll Second Grade – Lionel Annalla,
Action on a retirement plan and appointment of medical directors are among the items to be considered by the Dawson County Hospital District directors during their regular meeting this week.
Eagle of Honor Project slated to recognize military personnel TAHOKA – For many yearsthere has been talk in Lynn County about developing an up-to-date memorial honoring service members who have
Midland-based Beach Exploration has obtained a permit from the Texas Railroad Commission for a new drilling operation about 4.8 miles northeast of Lamesa. The No. 1 King is scheduled to
A retirement reception for District Judge Carter T. Schildknecht will be held next Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Dal Paso Museum. Hosted by the Lamesa Bar Association, the come-and-go event