Lamesa

Lamesa

(ləmē`sə), city (1990 pop. 10,809), seat of Dawson co., NW Tex., in the Llano Estacado; inc. 1917. Lamesa is a processing and shipping center for an irrigated area where cattle and hogs are raised and cotton, sorghum, and wheat are grown. Manufactures include electric motors, sheet metal, cottonseed oil and other cotton products, and apparel. The city also has several oil and natural-gas wells.
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Since December 2001, CRMWA has been supplying groundwater from 43,000 acres of water rights that it owns to 11 member cities as far downstate as Lamesa via a 323-mile-long pipeline completed in 1968.
Tonight, in Snyder, TX, not only will the Tigers take the field to play the mighty Golden Tornadoes of Lamesa, TX, they will also be playing for several hometown boys deployed in Iraq.
CRMWA already has in place a 322-mile line from Lake Meredith to Lamesa.
Matthew McCall, 18, of Lamesa, a senior at Lamesa High School, is an active volunteer in a substance abuse and violence prevention program called SUMMIT, "Students Uniting to Make Meaningful Influences Together.
The area's only two major existing water markets -- the Canadian River Water Authority (CRMWA) and the City of Amarillo -- had earlier purchased 43,000 and 72,000 adjoining acres of water rights respectively, and last December CRMWA began exporting this water in its nearly 35-year old pipeline as far as Lamesa 323 miles to the south.
This Point of Presence (POP) on Dictionary Hill will give Global WiFi Plus an excellent vantage point to offer a wireless network that will reach several underserved communities in San Diego County, including Lemon Grove, LaMesa, Spring Valley, Casa De Oro, Grossmont Center, Goodland Acre Park, and Eucalyptus Park.
Most RV dealers are privately held; larger dealers include Freedom Roads, Lazydays RV Supercenter, and LaMesa RV Center.
The district has four campus locations: Big Spring and the Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf are both located in the city of Big Spring, county seat of Howard County, with an estimated population of roughly 24,000, the Lamesa campus in Dawson County, and the San Angelo campus in Tom Green County.
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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Executives from Stelera Broadband, a privately-held company specializing in wireless broadband Internet services, recently announced the company's expansion of coverage to several Texas communities, including Seminole, Snyder, Sweetwater, Andrews, Stanton, Lamesa, Brownfield and Colorado City.
Some of the more Notable Properties being offered at the December 10 & 11 Hybrid auction include: Enerquest Oil & Gas -- McKenzie Field in Claiborne Parish, LA; ChevronTexaco -- Ingle Wells Field in Eddy County, NM, Giddings Field in Austin County, TX, Jonah Field in Sublette County, WY, Lamesa West Field in Dawson County, TX; States, Ltd.
LUBBOCK, Texas -- Alltel Wireless (NYSE: AT), America's largest network, is now offering Axcess Broadband service in Lubbock and surrounding communities, including Plainview, Brownfield and Lamesa.