The Borden County Coyotes not only are undefeated this season at 11-0 but they have hardly been challenged in those 11 wins. The Coyotes have won their games by an
Tuesday night was an exciting one for Sands High School hoop fans as both the Mustangs’ girls and boys basketball squads pulled off victories. Sands’ state-ranked girls are now off
Borden County’s basketball girls chalked up their first win of the season Tuesday night at Big Spring with a 41-25 win over the Class 4A Steers. It was only a
The Golden Tornado boys basketball squad opened its season here Tuesday evening with a 58-51 victory over the Midland Classical Academy Knights. “We’re proud of our guys. Like going into
Lamesa’s junior high boys basketball teams tipped off their seasons Monday evening at Greenwood where they won two out of four games against the Rangers. Lamesa won the eighth grade
Both Klondike’s girls and boys basketball squads opened their seasons at home Tuesday night. Although the results weren’t as good as they would have liked both coaches weren’t all that
Funeral services for Betty Jean (Tootsie) Sims, age 68, of Dallas, TX, will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, November 23, 2019 at Ebenezer Baptist Church of Lamesa, TX. with Rev.
Funeral service for Elizabeth Payton, 99, of Lamesa will be held Friday, November 22, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church with Pastor Jim Medley officiating and Dr.
Kent Robinson, 59, of Ackerly, Texas, passed away Friday, November 15th, 2019 at his residence.
The pages of this book began for Pink Parson, Jr. when he was born to Pink, Sr. and Carlena Ross Parson on December 13, 1928 in Palestine, Anderson County, TX.