Strong agricultural leadership can make a difference in the field and beyond the fence row, and members of Texas Farm Bureau’s (TFB) new AgLead class will grow their leadership skills to help benef
The High Plains has finally recorded its first, widespread freeze, which will set the stage for producers to make their final push toward completing the 2021 harvest.
For the past three years, the Dawson County Farm Bureau has collected monetary donations and food items to ensure there’s a holiday meal on the table for everyone.
Beginning this weekend and running through Nov. 28, Lubbock area game wardens are dedicating extra patrol hours and state resources to the mule deer hunting season.
Thanksgiving may be this week, but Friends of the Library members are already gearing up for the Christmas Tree Forest Community Fundraiser.
In keeping with the Christmas spirit, Dawson County Public Library staff have already brought out their tree for public display, and decorated the children’s section with holiday cheer in preparati
Linda Berry gets her COVID-19 booster shot from Licensed Vocational Nurse Bertha Trevino during a vaccination clinic at the Forrest Park Community Center Tuesday afternoon. The clinic, conducted by the South Plains Public Health District, brought out a large crowd of people who had to wait until their names were called before getting their vaccinations. LPR photo
Lamesa City Council members gave their blessing Tuesday to Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) plans to temporarily close a five-block stretch of Bryan Ave. (Hwy. 137) during a water and sewer line replacement project by the city.
Members of the Dawson County Commissioners Court agreed Tuesday to again participate in a roadway seal-coating program organized by the Lubbock engineering firm of Parkhill Smith and Cooper.
Lamesa City Council members spent almost an hour in a closed executive session Tuesday before returning to open session to appoint two new members to the Lamesa Economic Alliance Project (LEAP) board of directors.