Ever since a severe storm caused property damage across Lamesa two weeks ago, the city’s inspections department has been flooded with construction companies filing for building permits.
Two recent O’Donnell High School (OHS) graduates headed to Nashville, Tennessee last week to pick up second-place awards in national Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) culinary
After a full week of sunshine and little additional rainfall across much of the county, things are starting to dry out from the soaking that began with the June 26 storm here.
It could be a long wait before the Lamesa Independent School District (LISD) gets a full financial tally of damages inflicted on school facilities during the June 26 storm here.
Lamesa City Council members this past week conducted two nights of interviews with potential city manager candidates.
Where there’s water, mosquitoes are sure to follow.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Sunday, July 4
With four new cases being confirmed here, Dawson County now has six active cases of COVID-19, according to an update posted Friday evening by Zach Holbrooks, executive director of the South Plains
Updates on two planned eating establishments here are among the items on the agenda for a meeting of Lamesa’s economic development boards on Monday.
Two recent Klondike High School graduates were recognized at the Texas FFA Convention this past week as each being a recipient of a $20,000 scholarship.