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.
COVID-19 is continuing to take a deadly toll here, according to information from the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS).
For two straight years, Jadyn Boyd has walked away with top awards from the Dawson County Junior Livestock Show.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Lamesa High School senior Michaela Riggins is advancing to state after competing in a Business Professionals of America regional contest over the weekend.
With the weekend snowfall having cancelled a special called meeting of the Klondike school board which had been planned Monday evening, that business has been shifted to the board’s regular meeting this coming Thursday.
Auditions for the Lamesa Community Players’ spring show, “Outward Bound,” will be held Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 18-19, from 6-8 p.m, at the theater, 214 North Austin Ave.
One person uses a cell phone to record the excitement as of Forrest Park on Sunday afternoon. this trio rides an air mattress down the slope at the east end LPR photo