Billings collect Gaines County’s first bale of cotton for 2019 SEMINOLE – Come quitting time Monday, Gaines County had its first certified bale of cotton at the gin for 2019.
Several agriculture trials will be visited by participants in this year’s Dawson County Ag Tour scheduled for Sept. 17, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension. In contrast to the free
Summer has come and gone, and harvest is on the horizon, but August’s intense heat advanced a once-late cotton crop to maturity very quickly. At this week’s Friday Morning Meeting,
Implementation of the newest farm bill has been slow, but the regulations are written, and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue announced sign up officially began Sept. 3. However, Texas A&M
After voting 6-0 last week to approve a new budget, Lamesa City Council members split 5-2 this week on adopting a property tax rate to fund that budget. The total
After spending less than 10 minutes in a public hearing on the proposed tax rate, members of the Dawson County Commissioners Court spent more than an hour in a closed
The greenhouse at O’Donnell Elementary will soon be enhanced thanks to a $10,000 grant from America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education Program. “This is really wonderful, a real blessing,” said Dr.
With construction underway on a new Career and Technology Education building at Lamesa High School, Golden Tornado football fans will face some changes getting to Friday night’s home-opening football game
The Lamesa Community Players cast of “The Prisoner of Second Avenue” will take stage Sept. 27-29 and Oct. 4-5. Members of the cast are (from left) Randy Leonard, Letha Leonard,
Some 50 years after playing in various local bands during their younger days in Lamesa, a group of musicians from across a wide area got together at the Forrest Park