ACLU wants Texas schools to change dress code for hair
Selection of a firm to build to new houses to accommodate teachers or other school employees is one of the items on the agenda for the regular monthly meeting of Klondike school.
In yet another occurrence that can be described as “very 2020,” the first cold snap of the fall arrived swiftly earlier this week, sending temperatures plummeting to record levels and plentiful rainfall off the Caprock.
USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) reminds farm owners that they have a onetime opportunity to update Price Loss Coverage (PLC) program yields for covered commodities on the farm.
USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) announced that organic producers and handlers can apply for federal funds to assist with the cost of receiving and maintaining organic certification through the Organic Certification Cost Share Program (OCCSP).
Through the Farm Bureau Feeding Texas Co-op Contribution Program, Texas Farm Bureau (TFB) and county Farm Bureaus donated $333,793 to feed families in local communities.
Nearly $12,000 was raised for local charities during the 9th Annual Wayne Hogg Memorial Benefit held last month, according to the developers of Vista Park Living.
Emergency Department visits for young people with thoughts of suicide or self-harm increased by 25 percent during the latest CDC report.
Property owner Paul Hernandez got the Lamesa City Council’s okay Tuesday in his second attempt in a month to have his property on Akron Ave. re-zoned from residential to industrial.
The Lamesa Police Department is getting a little bigger and the city’s staff will see one of their own promoted from part-time work into a full-time schedule as a result of action by the Lamesa City Council on Tuesday evening.