With the start of classes beginning in just a few weeks, summer construction projects at Lamesa schools are nearing completion.
Despite the ongoing pandemic that has prevented events and gatherings from taking place, the Lamesa Rodeo is set to happen as planned.
With the Texas economy slowly awakening from effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding shoppers they can save money on clothes and school supplies during the state’s sales tax holiday on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 7-9.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Several items dealing with contracts and bids are among the business facing the Dawson County Commissioners Court for its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon.
Several items related to handling school activities during the COVID-19 uncertainty were among the business considered by Lamesa school board members Tuesday evening.
Pamela Meraz, daughter of Willie and Maggie Meraz of Lamesa, is graduating from Texas Tech University this August.
Until the mid-twentieth century, most American women had every right to sing “washday blues,” because one day each week – for most, the longest day – was committed to washing, hanging out, ironing and folding the family duds.
It’s my birthday this week. This is not normally cause for a big celebration and this year it is less than usual. Still, unlike my husband, Peter, I actually do celebrate my birthday. I don’t expect anyone else to celebrate—although it’s nice to know my parents remember I was born and still seem to think it was a good thing.
Going south from Twin Falls, Idaho on US 93 the tourist happens upon Jackpot, Nev., which is no more than a casino and gas station. From there on scenery is fairly uniform. Sagebrush and limited grass in the valleys, 9,000- to 10,000-foot mountains on either side miles apart with pines on the upper reaches, and no ranches or houses around.