SNYDER – White Buffalo Days, which will be Oct. 2-3, is moving back to Downtown Snyder after being held at Winston Field last year.
BROWNFIELD – During the Brownfield City Council meeting that took place on Thursday morning, the council heard from City Manager Jeff Davis and City Secretary/ Assistant City Manager Kelly Burris regarding the utilityrelated fees, charges, and scrutiny over high bills.
SEMINOLE – In an otherwise routine meeting by the Gaines County Commissioners Court on Wednesday, commissioners entertained at least one small item that brings a hit of early holiday cheering in the waning weeks of summer.
One Lamesa Independen School District (LISD) student has tested positive for COVID-19.
COVID-19 cases just keep coming.
Dawson County has had 30 new cases confirmed among residents in just the past week alone.
While two school districts reported having no cases of COVID-19 yet this school year, two reported having a total of three cases within their districts.
Lamesa police are eyeing some possible suspects but have not yet made any arrests in connection with a shooting incident here last weekend that left one man dead and another hospitalized.
When siblings and business partners Nora Ortiz Juarez and Domingo Ortiz were considering acquiring Lamesa Steam Laundry and Dry Cleaning, they contacted the business’ former employees before making
One person was sentenced to prison, another was ordered to spend time in the county jail, and two others were placed on probation during plea-bargained cases handled in 106th District Court here du
In an effort to keep tabs on the number of COVID-19 cases affecting school campuses, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) is now mandating school administrators start reporting new cases of the virus t