I finished my bath and saw that the rust-orange towel had molted all over my body. I was covered with tufts of orange fur. It was not a good look, and it felt worse than it looked.
You can’t fix mean or stupid, no matter how hard you try! However, no one has more opportunities to address “stupid” than Flight Attendants.
The Dawson County 4-H team of Arthur Washington, Hunter Roschetzky and Ruben Flores finished third overall in the junior division of the 4-H District 2 Livestock Judging competition held April 18 a
My name is Joseph (Joey) Smith. I am a born-and-raised Lamesa citizen, and after graduating with my Master’s degree from UTPB, I decided to stay in Lamesa and raise my family.
For middle school students making the transition into high school, it can be a daunting task as freshmen beginning on the bottom of the academic totem pole again.
Cotton planting time is approaching, and growers are praying for a better crop this year.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service continues to offer agriculture producers training to meet federal and state guidelines for the use of dicamba and 2,4-D, including a new online Spanish
Enrollment for the 40th session of the Texas International Cotton School, scheduled for August 2-12, 2021, in Lubbock, Texas is now open.
With the hemp growing season in Texas rapidly approaching, a team of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economists released a video series, “Economic and Legal Considerations for Production i
Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas is scheduling two virtual clinics for those who need free advice about property or money issues.