Total – 735
Only one new cases of COVID-19 has been confirmed here this week, allowing the number of active cases to actually drop, according to the latest information from the South Plains Public Health District.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
While Dawson ISD will be losing its superintendent at the end of this week, there will be a familiar face in the superintendent’s office at Welch next Monday.
The City of O’Donnell is inviting everyone to come out to sell their knickknacks, old sweaters and everything no longer needed after spring cleaning of closets.
Lamesa City Council members only have one item on their agenda for a called special meeting to begin at 5:30 p.m. Monday in city hall at 601 S. 1st Street.
It’s been five months. Five long months, but there are still so many things to do. So many goodbyes left to say. Most of them are symbolic and silent, but they are goodbyes nonetheless. Between just him and me.
Abid to expand health coverage for low-income Texans failed in the Texas House last week, 80-68.
COVID-19 purchases are on the agenda for the Dawson County Hospital District board of directors meeting at 5 p.m. Thursday at Medical Arts Hospital.
BROWNFIELD – During the last Brownfield Independent School District (BISD) Board of Trustees meeting, Melissa Oliva introduced the Teacher Incentive Allotment spending plan and explained how it works.