Ahead of the Labor Day Weekend, Texas Game Wardens and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) remind those heading out to the water to follow basic boating and water safety precautions. In 2021, ramped-up patrols, partnered with boater education outreach programs, contributed to a 43 percent decrease in boating-related accidents and a 50 percent decrease in open-water drownings compared to 2020.
When you hit the road for that one last camping trip or beach day, bring food safety along to keep foodborne illness in the rearview mirror.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department urges Texans to help protect the lands and natural resources we all love during the upcoming dove hunting season by being mindful of activities that may cause a wildfire.
Man charged with murder weeks after body discovered
Annual football guessing contest.
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Go onto the Dawson County Library’s Facebook page and you’ll see a little bit of Lamesa’s history.
Fresh off theater summer camp a month ago in Lubbock where they put on “ 1984” and “ Macbeth,” Lamesa High School student thespians are currently in rehearsals for their next play here, “ Unexpected Tenderness” by Israel Horovitz.
Members of two economic development boards are looking into establishing a new business grant program to help business owners pay for interior projects.
Students and some workers will have a three-day weekend thanks to the Labor Day holiday.