Harvest activity continues to accelerate across the Texas High Plains and producers are reporting both good yields and quality on the crop gathered to date.
After being relatively quiet the past five weeks, the Golden Tornadoes’ offense exploded in a big way Friday night at Kermit.
Last year the Klondike Cougars won their first high district football championship in 25 years.
The Sands Mustangs have started their quest for a return trip to the Division II six-man football playoffs.
There’s no doubt that it’s been a very challenging season for Lamesa’s JV football team.
Guevara’s hard work pays off in three-mile race
Trey Barrera, head of Lamesa’s new youth basketball league called The League, is excited about response he’s been getting from the community.
One stretch of plays late in the first quarter of the O’Donnell Eagles’ six-man football game Thursday at Wellman-Union exemplified the type of night it was for the Wildcats.
After spotting Whiteface Antelopes an early 6-0 lead, the Borden County Coyotes responded by giving a good homecoming crowd at Gail plenty to cheer about Friday night.
When Lamesa Adoptable Pets Director Julie Miller isn’t volunteering her time finding homes for stray dogs, she’s working as an adult probation officer.