BLOWING BUBBLES Six-year-old Keona Edwards blows bubbles Saturday afternoon during the local Juneteenth activities held at Hollis-Carver Park. Activities ranged from eating and visiting to playing games and participating in a talent show. See Page A6 for more photos.LPR photo
Students at Lamesa’s two elementary campuses will have four more half-days of classes to attend next year than the students at the middle school and high school campuses.
The COVID-19 pandemic that has changed many aspects of everyday life also is having an impact on a summer tradition here: Vacation Bible School.
For the second time in less than a week, high wind accompanying thunderstorms caused a variety of damage across Dawson County during the early-morning hours Tuesday.
Knock on wood, keep your fingers crossed, or continue to pray.
Wednesday, June 17
City officials are hoping for an even better day this coming Saturday after enjoying good success during the first weekend of a Community Cleanup effort.
West Texas Opportunities, Inc. will be having a community meeting on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at 603 N. 4th Street in the board room.
Leadership of the Dawson County Hospital District will be the focus of business during Thursday’s regular monthly meeting of the district’s board of directors.
O’Donnell school board members have a variety of business to consider during their regular meeting set for 6 p.m. Thursday in the board room at the school in O’Donnell.