Dawson County farmer Val Stephens was among the invited Texas Farm Bureau (TFB) leaders in attendance in Dallas for President Donald Trump’s recent roundtable with faith leaders, law enforcement and small business owners.
Dois Pace, a former band director at Lamesa High School, was recently selected for membership in the Texas Bandmasters Hall of Fame.
The Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce is continuing to prepare for the annual Independence Day celebration here.
Although they will be hearing a number of administrative reports, Lamesa school board members have a light slate of business to take care of during their regular monthly meeting this coming Tuesday.
Although indicating the numbers don’t appear feasible right now to finance construction of a new jail, members of the Dawson County Commissioners Court voted 4-1 Tuesday to move forward with a funding option that basically will buy them some more time before making a final decision.
Everyone is being invited to participate in Lamesa’s Juneteenth celebration which will begin Friday and continue into Sunday.
Local residents from all walks of life are being invited to participate in the Lamesa CommUNITY Peace Walk here Thursday evening.
Lamesa City Council members opted Tuesday to delay action on a rezoning decision after a council member voiced strong opposition to the proposal.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
This coming Saturday will mark the first part of a two-weekend Lamesa Community Cleanup effort being organized by the City of Lamesa.