Lamesa has been chosen as the site for a $20-million modular home manufacturing facility planned by McKinney-based TatumTek, LLC. That announcement came after company officials met with Lamesa Economic Development
Steve Oien (left), Commander of Chapter 0900 of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, on Tuesday presented Mayor Josh Stevens and the Lamesa City Council with a plaque and
Lamesa High School students are outperforming most others in large schools across the West Texas region, according to the accountability ratings announced last week by the Texas Education Agency (TEA).
On Monday, Susie Amaro of O’Donnell turned 100 years old. She spent her birthday at the Focused Care retirement center with other residents and was joined by her nephew and
Lamesa City Council members on Thursday will consider approving a new budget with a projected deficit expected to total over a half-million dollars. A public hearing on that budget proposal
After coming up just short of completing her probation term, a Lamesa woman is now heading to prison. Vanessa Armendarez Hernandez, age 35, was sentenced in 106th District Court here
On hand for a presentation Tuesday recognizing Lamesa as a Purple Heart City were (from left) Lamesa veterans Willie Tijerina Jr. and Lloyd Schoonover; Ron Goulette, Roy Villarreal and Steve
The following were among the many calls responded to by the Lamesa Police Department from Friday, Aug. 16, through Sunday, Aug. 18. Friday, Aug. 6 12:17 a.m. - One person
After extensive discussion over the past two months, members of the Dawson County Commissioners Court on Tuesday gave final approval to a new county budget for the 2020 fiscal year.
After a lengthy discussion, members of the Lamesa City Council voted 5-1 on Tuesday evening to allow a mobile home to be placed in a residential neighborhood near the southern