As Dawson County’s COVID count passed the 100 mark on Friday, Lamesa’s mayor made a passionate plea for everyone to remain respectful of each other about wearing or not wearing masks.
Kirby the Recycling Robot paid a visit to the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club this past Thursday to share the importance of recycling for the community.
Currently there are no active cases of COVID-19 among offender at the Preston E. Smith state prison unit here but the virus is believed to have been a contributing factor in the deaths of two inmates from the unit in recent months.
High temperatures topping the 100-degree mark for 10 straight days as of Friday have certainly created some challenges.
A trio of teenagers who led officers on a high-speed chase through Lamesa and across parts of two counties had little chance of fleeing on foot when the pursuit finally came to an end in Tahoka Friday morning.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Simply sharing information was a big part of this past Monday’s joint meeting of the Lamesa Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) and Lamesa Economic Alliance Project (LEAP) boards of directors.
After teaching for a year at North Elementary here, Bayli Wright has recently been promoted to the position of Curriculum Instruction Coordinator for Lamesa Middle School.
Lamesa school board members will have a lot of business to consider during a pair of back-to-back meetings on Tuesday at the school administration building.
With only couple of items on the agenda, a special meeting of the Dawson County Commissioners Court on Thursday lasted only about five minutes.