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Coyt “Randy” Johnston, Pampa High School Class of 1965, and Pamela Martin Kanaly, Pampa High School Class of 1970, have been named as two outstanding PHS alumni who have contributed … more
On Tuesday, September, 14th the Woody Guthrie Folk Music Center welcomes back husband and wife duo Adler and Hearne. A spirited blend of original ‘Texas Folk,’ withJazz and Blues … more
For the past eight years, Chad Kent has continued to astonish people online and in real life with his dazzling welded creations. Kent grew up in Lefors, and now resides in Pampa with his wife and two … more
Debra Humphrey, a creative chemical engineer, has blessed the Pampa community with her scrumptious jams, jellies, and baked goods for many years. She is most known for her award-winning apple butter … more
Founder of Haven Used Books, Britney Taylor was born in California but moved to Pampa and hasn’t left since. The book store idea came about from Taylor’s abundance of books at her own … more
One hot summer night in August of 1954, I was with two of my buddies, Ben Sturgeon and Bill Culpepper. We were sitting at our local teen hangout, a drive-in called Caldwell’s. Every parking … more
The NGET/VFW Post 1657 will be hosting a four-person golf scramble on Saturday, Aug. 27 at Hidden Hills Golf Course. Costs are $400/team and includes green fees, carts, mulligans, t-shirts and a … more
Back-to-school is almost here and the biggest shopping weekend to prepare is Aug. 5-6 for Tax-Free Weekend. Sweet T’s, 211 N. Cuyler, and Shabby Creek, 209 N. Cuyler, in Downtown Pampa are … more
Pampa resident Donna Brown grew up in Pampa and remembers what, in her mind, Pampa used to be. After returning home recently, she has hated to see what some areas of town have … more
July 20, 2022 – Thanks to new guidelines from the FDA, Coffee Memorial Blood Center hopes to welcome back thousands of deferred blood donors who have been unable to donate blood for the … more
Amarillo, Texas— Safety, infrastructure, and operations are the heartbeat of a manufacturing facility. The National Nuclear Security Administration’s (NNSA’s) Office of Safety, … more
When Kayla Henry and her husband, Blake, came to Pampa Memorial Day weekend, Kayla was looking for Pampa’s version of a salon she worked at in San Angelo. “I started at a salon … more
The Pampa Chamber of Commerce will hold their first-ever Blue Jean Ball fundraiser on Saturday, July 23 from 7 to 11 p.m. at Round Rock Retreat and Venue, located at 8708 Loop 171 in … more
I was visiting a Kiwanian friend who graduated from Fredericksburg High School in 1945. I was telling him about our upcoming 60th reunion. He said that Fredericksburg was a tiny community back then, … more
The Salvation Army, now located at 801 N. Sumner, held a grand re-opening on Wednesday afternoon after a year of re-configuring the non-profit. “We originally were a Corps. when they … more
The Pampa Firefighters Association is hosting the Chief Greg Lee Memorial Golf Tournament! The tournament will be held on Saturday, July 23 at Hidden Hills Golf Course and will be a 4-man scramble … more
A recent incident occurred at the FREEDOM MUSEUM, and as President of the Museum Board, 1 am required to address it. I will preference my response with a few facts pertinent to the issue. When the … more
The Second Annual PampaFest will return to Downtown Pampa on Saturday, Aug. 20. Event Coordinator Corey Coronis said while there are a few changes being made to the layout of the event, attendees … more
Are we Nashville? There’s a new band hitting the scene in Pampa. Composed of two duos from former bands that called it quits, Stealing Handshakes is eager to get its name and music out … more
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