Firefighters could see smoke rising ahead of them as they headed out of Lamesa Tuesday morning on a call about a major traffic accident south of town.
Dawson County just can’t seem to fully rid itself of COVID-19.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Dawson County Hospital District (DCHD) board members retired their president Thursday before swearing in an incumbent, an appointee and a newly-elected member into office.
The O’Donnell school will be adding softball to its athletic roster starting with the 2021-2022 academic year.
A proposed new Emergency Medical Services (EMS) building is the only item on the agenda for a special meeting of the Dawson County Hospital District’s (DCHD) board of directors this coming week.
The late Lindsey Faith Horton was not able to earn her bachelor of science degree or have a long career caring for others. But her legacy of nursing, along with her love of music, continues due to her family’s efforts to keep her memory alive.
Texas H.B. 2089 has been signed by Governor Greg Abbott and will be enacted beginning Sept. 1, 2021. The bill provides up to $500,000 in funding over the next Texas biennium for early detection of foreign plant pests and diseases, including but not limited to Race 4 Fusarium wilt (FOV4) which is currently present in the El Paso region.
An increasing awareness and concern about the environment, changes in government policy, America’s re-entry into the Paris Agreement and a robust demand for carbon offsets all point toward an appetite for a different type of agricultural crop – carbon.
Due to the recent rainfall and possible changes in weed management options, one more Auxin Certification Training has been added for Friday, June 4, 2021.