The school trustees of Klondike ISD voted to extend Superintendent Steve McLaren’s contract for an additional year at their board meeting this past Thursday.
The following were among the many calls responded to by the Lamesa Police Department from Monday, January 14, through Thursday, January 17:
Monday, January 14
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Dawson County and the Dawson County Soil and Water Conservation District will be hosting their FY2020 Local Working Group (LWG) meeting on
Judy Coor In Re: Estate to LER Operating, LLC, Memo Harley Dan Harp to LER Operating, LLC, Memo Nancy Lamm to LER Operating, LLC, Memo Don Holt Family Farms, LLC, to LER Operating, LLC, Memo Broyle
Several local offices will be closed this coming Monday in observance of the federal holiday honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Approximately 132 to 150 acres of city-owned land is available for lease from the City of Lamesa, but that lease will require the growing of alfalfa on the acreage.
Producers will need to pick up a second round of auxin training this year if they plan to use dicamba products, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialist.
Food labeling, trade and rural broadband access were among the resolutions discussed and approved by farmers and ranchers from across the nation during the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th A
Hospital board hears proposal on adding orthopedic surgeries
Out of 1,939-acre-feet of water allocated to the City of Lamesa by the Canadian River Municipal Water Authority (CRMWA), only 1,125-acre-feet was taken by the city in 2018.