Afew years ago I made a visit to Andersonville, Georgia, on a way from Florida. This time I was concerned what might be open during the government shutdown.
We are in the middle of basketball season. I’ve watched some of the students I know play.
Development of a cotton plant with stronger natural defenses due to a greater gland density and thus more gossypol in the leaves could soon be a reality, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Resea
Facing their second top-five team in as many games, the Lamesa High School girls put up a strong battle here on Friday against Here-ford.
O’Donnell’s boys basketball team is now 5-1 in District 7-1A after a 42-31 win on their home court on Friday against Wellman-Union.
It may be a few years before many of the Lamesa school district’s bond-funded projects come to full fruition, but one is just days away from completion.
Eleven-year-old Alana Renfro, who attends school at Klondike ISD, struggles with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) in her day to day life.
The following were among the many calls responded to by the Lamesa Police Department from Monday, January 21, through Thursday, January 24:
Monday, January 21
The possible hiring of a new Dawson County AgriLife Extension Agent - FCH (Family and Community Health) will be considered by the Dawson County Commissioners Court when it meets this coming week.
The Lamesa High School Student Council will host a blood drive this coming Wednesday, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the high school in the old cafeteria.