HITTING THE SLOPE
Efforts to improve the appearance of Lamesa, particularly the downtown area, continue to be a major focus for local economic development officials.
The COVID-19 pandemic, which has curtailed numerous other events, for the past 10 months, has now caused the annual banquet of the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce to be postponed.
Catholic funeral graveside services for Petra H. Casarez, age 67, of Lamesa, TX. will be held at 2:00 p.m.
Felisa Leal of O’Donnell entered her eternal rest and went into the loving arms of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on January 8, 2021. Felisa was 89.
Judy Caswell Sumners Myers, 69 of O’Donnell, Texas passed away on January 8, 2021 after complications from COVID-19.
The Brownfield Cubs came into Lamesa’s Follis Gym Tuesday night as one of the top-ranked Class 3A girls squads in the state.
Borden County’s boys basketball team nearly dropped out of Class 1A’s Top 10 following a slim 59-57 win over the Sands Mustangs last week.
The O’Donnell girls got their second straight District 6-1A hoop win Tuesday at Eagle Gym as they knocked off Southland, 49-31.
It’s been nearly two months and I still keep his phone charged. I check it each morning. We didn’t share the same thumbprint, but I knew his password, as he did mine. It was like that between us.
By Slices Of Life By Jill Pertler
The 87th session of the Texas Legislature opened Tuesday with COVID-19 encompassing every aspect of what the lawmakers do, according to new House Speaker Dade Phelan.
By Capital Highlights By Chris Cobler
Like many of you, I am completely devastated by the events of January 6, 2021.
By Guest Column By August Pfluger
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