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Downtown Lamesa will be the site of a number of special activities being planned here Friday and Saturday as part of “Christmas on the Square” hosted by the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce and othe

Counselors were on hand at the Klondike school on Wednesday morning after a student died in a two-vehicle accident while apparently driving to school.

Multiple candidates now are seeking election to the positions of Dawson County Sheriff and Precinct 1 County Commissioner.

Obituaries

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    Funeral service for Don “Colton” Kearney, 16, of Lamesa will be held Tuesday, December 17, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Lamesa with Pastor Jim Medley officiating. 

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    Memorial Services for Gayla “Nana” Campbell, 60 of Seagraves will be held Saturday, December 14, 2019 at 2:00 P.M. in the First Baptist Church in Seagraves with Rev. Jerold Baldwin and Rev.

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    A Catholic funeral mass will be celebrated for Gabriel Rodriguez, age 56, of Lamesa, TX. at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, December 14, 2019 at St.

Sports

The Golden Tornadoes’ junior high basketball boys enjoyed a clean sweep against the Levelland Loboes here Monday evening.

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Golden Tornado senior Jonathan Davis (32) makes his move toward the bucket during last week’s O.W, Follis Holiday Tournament.

The Golden Tornado basketball ran into a buzz-saw Tuesday night up at Littlefield, where they ended up getting thumped by the Wildcats, 59-39.

The Tors are now 6-4 on the year.

Forum

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Grief is not a law-abiding citizen. It is a renegade, an ever-changing beast. Grief is a labyrinth. Expecting it to follow a straightforward path is like expecting water to run uphill.

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The holiday season is here and festive parties, gatherings, and family dinners are a normal event on your calendar and to do list.

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My Uncle Mort, a dedicated “frog gigger” during most of the 20th century and all the years so far in this one, claims to have made the best possible use of “Indian Summer.”

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