Today a strange man approached me. Well, he wasn’t actually strange as in green ears and three arms; he was just strange to me. In other words, I didn’t know the guy.
The Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce’s first New Year’s fireworks display went off in a blast at around 11 p.m. last Thursday at the rodeo grounds.
Agricultural producers and private landowners interested in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) can sign up for the popular program until Feb. 12.
The Sands Mustangs’ hoopsters continue to ring up the victories.
Medical Arts Hospital (MAH) received its first shipment of 100 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine this past Wednesday.
As “The Year of COVID” was nearing its end, the total case count among Dawson County residents stood at 1,422.
The annual Dawson County Junior Livestock Show begins Wednesday and doesn’t end until the animal auction Saturday at the LeeRoy Colgan Fair Barn.
Many may think that stealing livestock dissolved when the ways of the Wild West ended. However, there are about 1,000 agriculture crime cases each year related to livestock and agriculture assets.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Thursday, Dec. 24