SEMINOLE – After a discussion with Chamber of Commerce President Shelby Concotelli at its regular meeting on Wednesday, the Gaines County Commissioners Court agreed to cancel this year’s annual July 4th Extravaganza at the Gaines County Park.
SNYDER – So far this past week, Scurry County health officials have reported four new local cases of COVID-19.
Caleb Thomasson remembers a time when he was a little boy that his older siblings couldn’t wait to play him in a pick-up basketball game.
Ron Mann’s team shot a sizzling 28-under-par score of 112 to capture a one-stroke victory in last weekend’s annual Lamesa Boys & Girls Club Golf Tournament held at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
This was the message in a text sent by the Texas Six-Man Coaches Association Monday evening concerning the all-star games scheduled next month at Midwestern State University:
Mary Louise “LuLu” Pearson Adcock, 90, formerly of Lamesa, TX went home to be with our Lord on June 1, 2020.
Although it is located more than 350 miles away, Gun Barrel City is becoming something of a pipeline to Lamesa when it comes to economic development leadership.
A Lubbock SWAT team and armored personnel carrier joined local officers in a pre-dawn narcotics raid at a Lamesa residence Thursday morning.
Dawson High School’s 2020 seniors will be receiving their diplomas this coming Friday at 7 p.m. at McCauley Field at Welch.
After something of a lull for a couple of weeks, Dawson County’s total number of COVID-19 cases grew by two late this past week.