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Since 2006, Suzanne Pingel has been the messenger of hope for children and their families in Pampa, selflessly devoting herself to providing the ways and means for a child to get the help and … more
In Pampa, Texas, the Freedom Museum USA stands as a proud guardian of military history, honoring the service and sacrifice of those across all branches. “It covers all branches of the military, … more
The White Deer Land Museum has been in the business of preserving Gray County history for more than 50 years since its official opening in 1970. The museum was authentically restored from the 1916 … more
Overlooking historic downtown Pampa stands the mighty Combs-Worley Building located at 120 W. Kingsmill, situated in “Million Dollar Row” that include the Gray County Courthouse, City … more
The Pampa Farmer’s Market stands as a testament to community spirit and the perseverance of Natalie Zarante, who saw a need for a local farmer’s market and took it upon herself to fill … more
Sitting off to the side of Highway 70 approximately 6 miles north of Pampa in Roberts County is The Little Red School House, formally known as The Wayside School. Travelers can’t miss this … more
For those of us who were lucky to grow up in Pampa during the 90s can remember going into Frank’s Grocery Store with their parents or grandparents and always being warmly welcomed into the … more
Troy Schweigerath: A Legacy of Service and Leadership By Miranda Ellis From the heat of Denver’s fires to the heart of Gray County’s emergency … more
Located in historic downtown Pampa just on the other side of the railroad tracks is the Woody Guthrie Folk Music Center; the building and location itself rich in history (and controversy) that would … more
The Frontier Regiment of the High Plains has been a source of historically-enriched fun for the Texas Panhandle and Pampa community for more than two decades now. From research and amateur archeology … more
For those of us who were fortunate to attend Pampa High School between 2002 and 2006 can no doubt remember The Green Monster. Beloved by his hometown and loathed by surrounding school rivals, … more
Grant Johnson’s brushstrokes capture more than images—they tell the story of a community’s spirit, echoing a time when life’s rhythm allowed for genuine connections. His … more
In 1975, The Pampa Senior Citizens Center opened its doors with the purpose of providing a place for seniors to have lunch, participate in activities and socialize. Wanda Talley was the first … more
On my walk last night (Saturday, Sept. 9) I had a delightful experience with a fox! A pair were walking south on Gray. One (I am pretty sure the female) saw me and headed off west, but the other … more
A little history about a VFW Auxiliary, as stated from the site: “Established in 1914, members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Auxiliary set out to … more
Sirens blared early Tuesday morning from the big red engines of the Pampa Fire Department, but there was no cause for concern. The sirens were, instead, a call to celebration, as they marked the … more
You may have seen and never given it much thought before, that long white trailer at nearly every big happening in Pampa from celebratory events to disasterous fires, but the Mobile Command trailer … more
You may have heard this warning a few times over the last few years ... Pampa Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) is at capacity. It’s full of dogs and cats and the shelter is once again faced with … more
Pampa Youth Football summer workouts are set to begin on July 8 for kids in 3rd through 6th grade, and organizers hope it will set the stage to bring youth tackle football back to Pampa indefinitely … more
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