Stealing and/or damaging political signs is a crime and those responsible could face prosecution, according to Lamesa Police Chief Josh Peterson.
Members of the Dawson County Commissioners Court on Tuesday gave final approval to both the county budget and tax rate for the 2021 fiscal year, which begins after the end of this month.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
When COVID-19 hit last spring, the estimated 40 local youngsters being homeschooled felt few alterations resulting from the invading virus.
After the regular meeting of the Lamesa economic development boards was cancelled this past Monday, that meeting has been rescheduled.
No matter the outcome of O’Donnell High School’s homecoming game this Friday, the town is still going to celebrate on Saturday as it decks out for the 32nd annual Cotton Festival.
Klondike school officials have cancelled plans for a school board election in November, as only four candidates filed for the four positions that are up for election this year.
A joint investigation by Lamesa and Seminole law enforcement officers has led to the arrest of a Lamesa man on a felony charge in Dawson County alleging sexual assault of a charge, according to Lamesa Police Chief Josh Peterson.
Vista Park, a planned housing development in the northwest part of town, garnered the Lamesa City Council’s approval Tuesday for a 100-percent tax abatement over a five year period.
The coronavirus pandemic has curtailed some homecoming traditions, but it has not put a complete halt to the annual event.