Sands High School freshman Landry Morrow proved on Friday she should be someone to watch in the Class 1A hurdles during the next three years. Competing on high school track’s
Monday evening’s Golden Tornado sports banquet will be a homecoming of sorts.
In their fifth straight playoff appearance the Borden County Coyotes’ baseball squad appeared to be on the verge of a playoff series victory Thursday afternoon.
The eighth annual Walk for Williams was held last Saturday at the south balloon field east of Forrest Park.
A fund-raiser rummage sale will be held on Friday, May 17, to benefit the Dal Paso Museum in Lamesa. The sale will get underway at 10 a.m. and will continue
A minister friend, aware of ever-growing complications and mounting tonnage at the trough of trivia, often used the expression from the pulpit, in staff meetings and in conversation. He felt strongly
Most people knew him as Mr. Raymond. Some called him The Godfather. To others, like my uncles and me, he was “Cuz” because that’s what he called us. My uncles,
I’ve had some interesting encounters in the past weeks all of them revolving around the sharing of faith in Jesus Christ. It’s amazing to me we claim faith in Christ
Discussion and possible action on a project commencement deadline in regard to a manufactured home community project is on the agenda for this month’s joint board meeting of the Lamesa
Possession of prohibited items – cell phones, weapons and drugs – in the Smith Unit state prison here means a number of inmates will be serving extra years behind bars.