Lamesa’s city council Tuesday night approved a Declaration of Disaster caused by the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak.
In order to give us the best opportunity to continue providing the community with essential information during the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis, the Lamesa Press-Reporter is immediately closing its offices to the public for an undetermined period of time.
One would be hard pressed to be anywhere in the United States or in the world and not be updated almost constantly on the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
Lamesa’s city council voted Tuesday night to implement a tax-funded economic development program designed to fund projects within a Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone.
Friday, March 13
Kelli Barkowsky is the owner and operator of the vintage and rustic farmhouse decor shop in the heart of Lamesa.
Kelli Barkowsky is a third-generation business owner in the city of Lamesa as well as the operator of Farm to Market, where rustic and modern taste mince together. She loves how the local business owners band together to help one another and put on events for the City of Lamesa. LPR photo
Organizers for the 12th Golden Tornado Jubilee still need a number of class representatives and decade representatives for the event set for July 3-5.
Some of Lamesa’s businesses and points of interest will soon be featured on a board game similar to Monopoly.
To protect the ladies that would be gathering for the monthly Ladies Luncheon at Second Baptist Church, it has been cancelled until further notice due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus.