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Klondike, Lamesa FFA gets top-10 finishes at state
Representatives from the Klondike and Lamesa FFA chapters brought home banners from top-10 finishes in state Leadership Development Events competition this past weekend. Klondike FFA teams placed fourth in Senior Chapter Conducting and seventh in Greenhand Chapter Conducting at the state competition
Stahl proposes changes for county payroll process
Herrel Hallmark Lamesa Press-reporter County Treasurer-elect Terri Stahl, Who Will Take Office At The Beginning Of January, Has Some Suggestions That She Says Will Streamline The Work In That Office And Save Some Time. Two Proposals Offered.
Two Suspects Arrested for Burglary After Lubbock Police Chase
Tuesday, Lubbock police and the Lynn County Sheriff’s Office were led on a car chase by two suspects. Police were first called to a residence at 601 East Country Road 7300 at around 2:50 p.m. regarding a report of stolen checks.
It’s a Wonderful Crafty Christmas Fair in Wolfforth This Saturday
It's a wonderful Crafty Christmas Fair this Saturday at the Wolfforth Library Meeting Room according to Lubbock in the Loop. Everyone will love this fabulously creative unique collection of vendors, sure to be something special for your Christmas shopping.
Traffic alerts for the week of Dec. 10
WEST TEXAS (KWES) - On the week of December 10, keep a watch out for these traffic alerts in the West Texas area. In Winkler County, a crew will be resurfacing the road on SH 18 between mile markers 318 and 327 all week. A lane closure is required.
‘The Great Gatsby’ is theme for Gala
Annual fund-raising event for Lamesa Boys and Girls Club is Saturday. Preparations for the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club’s festivities this coming Saturday evening are going great, director of Lamesa Boys and Girls Club Tammy Wyatt said.
Toy, coat drive Sunday will benefit local Lights of Love
A toy and coat drive will be held this coming Sunday, starting at 11 a.m., in the NAPA parking lot, 310 North 4th Street, in Lamesa to benefit Lamesa Lights of Love. A free burger will be provided with every donation courtesy of Cafe Dominique.
Jingle Mingle helps re-supply local food bank
The time has come for Lamesa’s second annual Jingle Mingle. The celebration and canned food drive raises funds and collects items for Lamesa’s Feed One Food Bank. The event will be held this coming Thursday, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the Forrest Park Community Center.
Remains Of World War II Pilot From Texas Located, Identified
HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — The remains of a World War II pilot from Texas missing since a 1945 crash in the Philippines have been located and identified. The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency on Friday announced confirmation of the remains of 21-year-old Army Air Forces 2nd Lt. Hulen A. Leinweber of
Texas hockey player attacks defenseless opponent with stick in disturbing video
A disturbing video has emerged showing a high school hockey player using his stick as a weapon to repeatedly strike a defenseless opponent laying on the ice -- a brutal attack one league official called "the worst thing that I've seen on video."
Company donates funds to help buy rescue equipment
U.S. Silica helps Lamesa Fire Rescue stock specialized emergency trailer. U.S. Silica has donated $7,315 to Lamesa Fire Rescue for the purchase of specialty equipment to outfit a confined space entry and high-angle rescue trailer.
Traffic Alerts: Dec. 9
PERMIAN BASIN, Texas (Big 2/Fox 24) - Here is a look at a few of the road projects going on in the Basin this week, according to the Texas Department of Transportation. WINKLER COUNTY: Crew will be working the week of Dec. 10 on SH 18 between mile markers 318-327. Lane closure required. Please obey
Serial killer pleads guilty in Texas woman's 1994 death
DALLAS – A 78-year-old prisoner who says he killed about 90 people over nearly four decades as he moved around the country pleaded guilty to murder Thursday in the 1994 strangulation of a Texas woman.
U.S. Silica donates funds to Lamesa Fire Rescue for purchase of emergency rescue equipment
LAMESA, Texas - U.S. Silica has donated $7,315 to Lamesa Fire Rescue for the purchase of specialty equipment to outfit a confined space entry and high-angle rescue trailer. The equipment is necessary for a firefighter to safely enter a confined space and perform a rescue in the event of an emergency
DPS working multiple crashes in Midland County
MIDLAND COUNTY, Texas (Big 2/Fox 24) - Multiple car crashes have stalled traffic this morning in Midland County. According to DPS, three minor crashes have occurred on FM 1788 and West Loop 250. DPS say no injuries have been reported but traffic is at a stand still right now.
U.S. Silica donates over $7,000 to Lamesa Fire Rescue for emergency rescue equipment
LAMESA, TX (KWES) - U.S. Silica donated $7,315 to Lamesa Fire Rescue for the purchase of a specialty trailer, designed to allow a firefighter to safely enter a confined space and perform a rescue in the event of an emergency.
Project Ivory solar plant’s construction complete
Commercial operation should be underway by end of this year. The physical construction and testing of the solar plant in Dawson County recently were completed, according to Randall Whitestone, Head of Communications and Public Affairs at the D.E. Shaw Group.
Tourney offers plenty of action
LHS boys start 1-1 The Golden Tornado boys opened tournament play with a strong 48-34 win over the Fort Stockton Panthers on Thursday afternoon. Lamesa jumped out to a 17-2 lead in the first quarter, holding the visitors to a single field goal.
Work to begin on housing addition
Manufactured housing community will have approximately 70 spaces. Herrel Hallmark Lamesa Press-reporter Photograph Image/jpg Signing The Deed. The development of a manufactured housing community along the northwestern edge of Lamesa is expected to get underway during the first quarter of 2019.
West Texas town of Midland is the hottest U.S. home market again
The West Texas city of Midland is back on top of the list of the country's hottest housing markets. November was the third time in recent months that Midland has been ranked the top U.S. home market based on the number of people looking at properties there, according to Realtor.com.