Children at North Elementary School who wore Christmas-themed clothing on the last day before Christmas break were (left to right) Davien Ramirez, Danielle Ortiz, Mireya Ornelas, Benjamin Riggins, and Eli
Pre-K students at South Elementary School who showed their Christmas spirit with their festive clothing this past Friday included (left to right, front) Kendrick Marmolejo, Avery Chapa, Ethan Antuna (back)
The Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for Candy Hunter of Lyons Realty.
Fred Daffern enjoyed refreshments at the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce and Dal Paso Museum’s joint open house held recently.
Jaime Galindo, who organized the Nuestro Car Club’s annual Toy and Coat Drive for Lights of Love, visits with Santa Claus at the recent fund raiser.
At the Dawson County Public Library’s recent open house, Matthew Iglesias and Zaevian Vasquez (left to right) made their own Christmas decorations.
Scott Seymour (left) visits with David Burkhart at the recent Christmas Open House hosted by the City of Lamesa at City Hall.
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Gov. Greg Abbott on Dec. 17 announced the appointment of David Whitley as Texas’ 112th secretary of state. In his new role, Whitley will act as Texas’ chief elections officer,
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