Crop insurance is a tool that helps farmers manage the risks linked to lower yields or revenue in agriculture. The prices used in determining crop insurance indemnities are established in the projected and/or harvest price discovery periods each year. The projected price is determined for each crop by taking an average of the daily closing futures prices across a 30-day window in early spring, when crop planting would normally occur, for a given crop’s harvest month contract. Similarly, the harvest price is determined for each crop by taking an average of the daily closing futures prices across a 30-day window in the fall, when harvest would normally occur for a given crop’s harvest month contract.
If there’s the word “court” behind it, then chances are it probably has something to do with the county clerk’s office.
Last year, Dawson County officials purchased a building once used by United Methodist Church members for their activities focused on the town’s youth.
Dawson County commissioners experienced a light workload as they handled contracts and donations during their Jan. 23 regular meeting.
A third Lamesa Independent School District incumbent and a Mesa Underground Water Conservation District (Mesa UWCD) appointee threw their hats into the May 4 races.
Personal Calls Suspicious Person/Vehicle - 3:24 a.m., Jan. 19, N 5th Street.
About a year after taking over as chief executive offi cer (CEO) for Medical Arts Hospital, Dawson County Hospital District board members will review Freddy Olivarez’ job performance during their regular meeting this afternoon.
There are only two action items on the Lamesa school board’s agenda and they center on School Superintendent David Ritchey’s contract.
Two O’Donnell Independent School District board members are seeking re-election in the May 4 races.