Nadelyn Pedroza, 6, gets her face painted as a cat during the Pumpkin Patch festivities held Saturday at Pedroza’s restaurant. The second annual event, hosted by the Lamesa High School’s Family Career and Community Leaders of America students, offered tasty lessons in barbecuing along with pumpkin and face painting.LPR photo
Federal stimulus programs will be among the items discussed by directors of the Dawson County Hospital District during their regular meeting Thursday evening.
The Trunk or Treat festivities may be canceled, but not even COVID-19 can prevent the library from putting on a pumpkin decorating contest Saturday.
The Lamesa Golden Tornadoes started the week preparing for a game which could send them to the football playoffs for the first time since 2001.
Despite frigid conditions here Monday, the District 8A Cross Country Championship meet was still run at Lamesa’s Forrest Park.
The Golden Tornado volleyballers finished their season here Monday evening, falling to playoff-bound Littlefield in three sets, 25-13, 25-11 and 25-16.
The Klondike Cougars are returning to the Class 1A state volleyball playoffs.
For the second time in three weeks Jay Coleman has turned in the best entry in the Lamesa Press-Reporter’s weekly football guessing contest.
When most opposing high school head football coaches talk about taking on Borden County, one of the first things which they normally bring up is the Coyotes’ rich tradition.
After they all had such strong campaigns a year ago, expectations already were pretty high in basketball this season for the Borden County Coyotes, Sands Mustangs and Klondike Cougars.