A three-way race for the District 4 seat on the Lamesa City Council will be decided in a Special Election scheduled for Saturday, May 4. Rob Parker, Lydia Aguilar and
City police post reminder, warning for local businesses SEMINOLE – In an attempt to prevent Seminole citizens and business owners from running afoul of the law, Seminole Police Department (SPD)
Directors of the Mesa Underground Water Conservation District are expected to decide next month on a property tax abatement request for a proposed solar energy facility in the northeastern corner
Three-year-old Olivia Enriquez played with the Dawson County Public Library’s toy kitchen set during the library’s first Parent Child Workshop held this past Thursday. The organization will host workshops each
Lamesa ISD board members discussed construction in the school district, high school graduation and more at their meeting this past Tuesday night.
A truck driver with Firehouse Trucking in Dumas was found dead in the sleeper of his parked tractor-trailer this past Thursday evening in the eastern part of Lamesa.
The Culpepper and Merriweather Circus will have performances in Lamesa this coming Monday. Show times are scheduled for 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Lamesa softball park along South
Anyone interested in filing as a candidate for the District 4 seat on the Lamesa City Council has until this coming Monday to complete an application. To file as a
Wayne Henderson, superintendent of Sands Consolidated ISD in Ackerly, has been elected to the rule-making body for the Texas University Interscholastic League (UIL). Henderson will serve on the UIL Legislative
Lamesa High School students Lydia Trejo (left) and Lisette Ramirez participated in a pizza party in the LHS cafeteria this past Thursday. Trejo and Ramirez are members of the National