As we are now in the month of November, we at Lamesa Middle School have been excited with a great fall semester, and thank you for your support of our
Part 2 of 2 The end came quickly, as it often does for the best of beings. Our cat was old. We knew that. He’d been with us for 19
Land Commissioner George P. Bush on Nov. 14 announced the Texas General Land Office’s approval of $21,155,575 in Hurricane Harvey funds for Fort Bend County to conduct a buyout program.
The cast, crew members and sponsors for the Sands Junior High production of “James and the Giant Peach” display the various awards they received while capturing top honors the junior
Sands captured top honors with its production of “James and the Giant Peach” in the junior high District One Act Play contest held this past Saturday. It was the 10th
As part of Texas Food Connection Day, Dawson County Farm Bureau is hosting a food drive to help needy families at Thanksgiving. Texas Food Connection Day is an effort by
Local artist Rogelio Jefferson “Lwood Koi” and Big Spring artist Anthony Rivas “Blokka” have joined efforts in hosting a food drive to bring Thanksgiving to families that are less fortunate.
Administrative reports top the agenda for the Lamesa school board’s regular meeting beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday at the school administration office, 212 N. Houston Ave. Superintendent Jim Knight will
The outlook for rural hospitals in Texas will be the focus of an education session Thursday for the Dawson County Hospital District’s board of directors. Brent Fuller, certified public accountant