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Although no cases of the COVID-19 Coronavirus had been reported in West Texas as of noon Friday, the impact of the pandemic certainly hit here this past week.
Although emphasizing they are continuing to provide the same medical care as usual, Medical Arts Hospital officials on Friday implemented plans to control access to the hospital in light of the rapid spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
In the first of what will soon be weekly sessions — if not more often — local healthcare officials and representatives of various agencies here came together Thursday to focus on the COV1D-19 Coronavirus.
A preliminary budget eyed by the Dawson County Hospital District’s board of directors on Thursday showed a projected deficit of about $214,000 for the 2020-2021.
A crowd of workers were busy Wednesday morning pouring and finishing the final part of the concrete slab for the new Career Technology Education building under construction at Lamesa High School. LPR photo
Plans for an election for one spot on the board were finalized when the directors of the Mesa Underground Water Conservation District held their regular monthly meeting this past Wednesday.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department: .M.
Three state prison inmates will be spending additional time behind bars after pleading guilty in 106th District Court this past week to committing felony offenses inside the Smith Unit here.
Lamesa City Council members on Tuesday will consider establishing a taxfunded economic development program and renaming a downtown park.