A construction update on the new gym at the high school and a presentation on the English language learners’ annual evaluation top the agenda for the Lamesa school board’s regular meeting Thursday night.
Local residents can start the Thanksgiving week off right helping support Lamesa High School’s Family, Career, Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) by purchasing a home cooked pasta meal this weekend.
Filing officially opened Saturday for candidates interested in seeking election next year to various offices in Texas from the county to the state level.
Former U.S. Army soldier Zach Leonard told an assembly of more than 300 middle school students Thursday that he didn’t want to talk about his service, but wanted to focus on the sacrifices of others who served in the armed forces defending their country.
Middle school student council members listen to Zach Leonard, a former member of the U.S. Army, during a assembly on Thursday. Students and veterans attended the annual Veterans’ Day ceremony Thursday in Follis Gym.
Having served as county commissioner of Precinct 4 for almost nine years, Russell Cox announced this past week he is hoping to serve another four-year term in office.
COVID-19 apparently is continuing to have a deadly presence in Dawson County despite a decline in cases here.
For those still needing COVID-19 vaccinations or wanting booster shots, the South Plains Public Health District (SPPHD) is offering vaccination clinics here this week at two locations.
A trio of veterans sit and talk during a Veterans Day breakfast at the Dawson County Senior Citizens Center Thursday morning. Students from Lamesa High School’s Family Career and Community Leaders of America program cooked up the breakfast in honor of those who served their country in the military forces. LPR photo
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department: