A tentative purchase that will fill three aims for the school district was approved by the Lamesa school board during their regular meeting Tuesday evening.
This year’s high school graduates in Lamesa and surrounding schools will be recognized here Friday in a parade being organized by the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce.
Large U.S. fl ags placed by the Lamesa Kiwanis Club on Memorial Day provide a backdrop to numerous smaller fl ags arranged around grave markers at the Dawson County Cemetery this past Monday. Observed each year on the last Monday of May, Memorial Day honors and mourns the men and women who have died while serving their country in the United States Armed Forces.
Borden County High School will be holding graduation ceremonies for the 22 members of the Class of 2020 at 8 p.m. this coming Friday at Coyote Stadium in Gail.
Lamesa Mayor Josh Stevens is cautiously hopeful that having only one new case of COVID-19 in a week means Dawson County may be turning a corner in the battle.
Mike Roy was hoping to have movies back on the big screen at Lamesa’s Movieland Theater by the middle of May, if not earlier.
The following were among the many calls received recently by the Lamesa Police Department:
Lamesa school board members approved a change to the 2020-2021 school calendar and handled a variety of other business during their regular meeting Tuesday evening.
Registration for the Dawson County Public Library’s Summer Reading Club has begun both online and at the library.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is scheduled to begin work Monday, June 1, on a $1.39 million safety project to install reflective, raised pavement markers (RRPMs) to various roads in the Lubbock District.