Dawson County officials and employees will be getting a choice when it comes to using cell phones for county business.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
A story about Andrea Cantu that was included in the July 26 issue of the Lamesa Press-Reporter contained a couple of errors.
Residents and business owners in Lamesa could soon be finding a green card from the police department hanging on their door knob.
Lamesa Animal Control Officer Frank Gonzales hands a dog back to its owners after an information microchip was implanted in it this past Saturday at a chip clinic sponsored by the newly-formed Lamesa Adoptable Pets organization. LPR photo
COVID-19 has changed so many things for so any of us. I haven’t been able to see my dad (in a nursing home) for four months. My daughter is quarantining for two weeks before the birth of her baby, so we can’t see her family. My son lost his job. We are in a state of uncertains and unknowns about our youngest son starting college in less than a month.
Ed Sterling wrote this column for almost three decades, so let’s open by celebrating his contributions to the Texas Press Association and its members. Ed was the calm, steady voice keeping us informed and interested.
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, the Nuestro Car Club’s Springtime Shine No. 5 Car Show held here Saturday was the largest ever in the show’s five-year history.
An agreement and a purchase are among the items to be considered by directors of the Dawson County Hospital District during their regular meeting Thursday at 5 p.m. in the community room at Medical Arts Hospital.
Preparations for the upcoming school year are among the main items of business on the agenda for the O’Donnell school board’s regular meeting on Thursday.