USDA’s March Prospective Plantings Report indicates U.S. producers intend to plant 13.8 million acres of cotton in 2019-2020, 2.3 percent less from the previous year. Upland area is projected to
Farmers and ranchers in the Lone Star State can benefit from the Texas Agricultural Finance Authority (TAFA). TAFA, which was established in 1987 and housed under the Texas Department of
The 62nd Annual Meeting of Plains Cotton Growers, Inc., is scheduled for Friday, April 5, in conjunction with the Texas Cotton Ginners Association’s annual trade show and convention at the
Held across the state, Texas Farm Bureau’s (TFB) Mini Ag Institutes will offer teachers practical experience in agriculture-related concepts, and they can take away curriculum for use in their classrooms.
Construction workers with JW&T, Inc. of Seminole, general contractor, were working to erect the metal building on Friday that will house Lamesa Car Wash at 582 North Bryan Avenue. The
The Small Business Development Center at The University of Texas of the Permian Basin (UTPB) and Lamesa Economic Development Corporation (EDC) will host a workshop for small businesses and entrepreneurs
The 2nd Annual Earth Fest Convergence, a Family Earth Day Celebration, is scheduled for April 19-22 at the corner of South 8th Street and Bryan Avenue in Lamesa. The event
Tickets for the Lamesa Community Players current upcoming production of “Ripcord,” which will open this coming Friday night, April 5, are on sale now to the general public. “Ripcord” will
The Dawson ISD Board has appointed the school’s athletic director and discipline coordinator, Jon Patrick, as principal for the 2019-2020 school year in a meeting held this past Monday morning.