Although Dawson County continues to have one of the highest COVID-19 case counts in the immediate area, it still represents only a fraction of a percent of the local population.
Graduating seniors at O’Donnell High School will receive their diplomas during a parade ceremony this coming Friday afternoon.
Lamesa’s downtown area could see significant improvements if the city is successful with a grant application to the Texas Department of Agriculture.
Boards and metal roofi ng is strewn across a fi eld after part of the roof was blown of a building at Sparenberg during a thunderstorm this past Friday evening. Several utility poles were toppled at the same location.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
The makeup of the Lamesa City Council saw a slight change Tuesday evening with newcomer Luciano Reyes taking over the District 3 seat on the city’s governing body.
Officials with the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday they will be sponsoring a parade later this month to recognize the seniors graduating from high school in Lamesa and the surrounding area.
I’m as stir-crazy as anyone over this Corona situation. There are lots of moments and days when I find it hard to look on the bright side. The dark side is just so ominous and tempting.
In a normal spring, I would be writing about our successes in academics, sports and the arts, but this is not a normal spring.
Testing, sanitizing and emergency food benefits increased as Texas entered its third month of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.