The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” Franklin D. Roosevelt
Great things are going on at Lamesa ISD! Our student athletes are working very hard to compete at a very high level to achieve outstanding athletic accomplishments.
Even during a pandemic, it’s best to not mess with Texas. Texas Department of Transportation officials noticed more personal protective equipment – face masks, wipes and gloves – on the side of roads and highways, so they called in the big guns for a new round of “Don’t mess with Texas” commercials. The celebrities featured include George Strait, Matthew McConaughey and Eva Longoria.
No matter the outcome of O’Donnell High School’s homecoming game this Friday, the town is still going to celebrate on Saturday as it decks out for the 32nd annual Cotton Festival.
Klondike school officials have cancelled plans for a school board election in November, as only four candidates filed for the four positions that are up for election this year.
A joint investigation by Lamesa and Seminole law enforcement officers has led to the arrest of a Lamesa man on a felony charge in Dawson County alleging sexual assault of a charge, according to Lamesa Police Chief Josh Peterson.
Shortly after watching her Cougars fall to Aspermont in District 3-2A volleyball action in three straight sets Tuesday evening at Cougar Gymnasium, Klondike Coach Niatha Cullen says one of the biggest things missing in her spikers’ attack is a ‘killer mentality.’
The Golden Tornadoes will finish the remainder of their high school volleyball season with a new leader.
The Golden Tornadoes’ eighth grade A volleyball team moved to 4-0 Monday evening at Denver City after defeating the Fillies, 25-15, 19-25 and 25-14.