Although the small lake behind the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club is one of the few bodies of water in Dawson County, sheriff’s office personnel here will soon be practicing rowing on a regular basis.
Professional property manager Yesenia Uriaz Renteria wants a place in Lamesa where locals battling substance abuse can go to get clean and get their lives back on the right track.
One of Lamesa High School’s own was recently selected by Texas Baptists as a recipient of the 2021 Baptist Educators Serving Texans (B.E.S.T.) Award.
Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce President Karen Mize (left) accepts new maps and a $724 commission check from Curtis Courtney, owner of Morning Star Publishing House of Elgin. The maps are free to anyone requesting them. LPR photo
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
This area will be well represented at the Texas FFA Area II Leadership Development Events (LDE) competition this coming Saturday at Ira High School.
Thanksgiving may be a week away, but Friends of the Library members are already gearing up for the Christmas Tree Forest Community Fundraiser.
Honor roll students in the O’Donnell school system have been announced for the second six-week grading period.
The Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce has received 3,000 copies of new maps to provide to visitors, newcomers or others requesting them.
The Lamesa Municipal Airport is expecting a few improvements thanks to contributions from the airport board, city, county and the state.