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Did you know the “grape” State of Texas has changed wine as we know it? Many grapes used across the world for wine, including those from centuries-old European vineyards, have Texas … more
TEMPLE, Texas (September 5, 2023) – A new NRCS Fundamentals of Conservation & Sustainability in Agriculture Certification, created in collaboration with USDA Natural Resources Conservation … more
September 2, 2023 • Steven Carl Jurgens, 61, of Pampa, was arrested at 3:21 pm by PPD for criminal mischief with damages greater than $100.00 but less than $750.00. • Tausha … more
Alan Henry FAIR. Water clear; 81 degrees; 4.42 feet below pool. Crappie are fair in 15-25 feet of water using minnows suspended over trees. Report by The Bait Shop, Post, Texas. Arrowhead … more
The Haven Bookstore recently wrapped up its’ first year of business in Pampa at the end of August. Owner Brittany Taylor celebrated the milestone with a book sale earlier this week on Labor … more
The College Board released Advanced Placement Exam scores and we are proud to announce our AP Spanish students continued to lead the nation in their academic endeavors. Our terrific twelve AP Spanish … more
  The Pampa Harvesters (1-1) are back at home on Harvester Field Friday night. They will face the Amarillo Caprock Longhorns (0-2) at 7 P.M. Caprock comes into the game looking for their … more
DUMAS – The Dumas/Moore County Chamber of Commerce will host the 4th Annual Ears & Beers Festival on Saturday, September 16th, from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm, at McDade Park in Dumas, Texas. In … more
The city of Pampa appears to be going through another period of growth. Everywhere you look changes are developing. Construction is happening, building new things and refreshing old things, … more
For the past eight years out in McLean, Texas, Derek Jones has been running his auto care business, Western Auto Solutions, out of a 1600-square-foot shop. Despite the location’s small size, … more
My youngest son and I were in our rental car, heading south on Highway 41 out of Green Bay, Wisconsin, on a late Sunday afternoon in mid-September 2018. It was the first of two bucket-list … more
NEW YORK (August, 2023) – Aaron Rios of Pampa, Texas, will appear in the bright lights of Broadway on Saturday, September 9, as part of the annual National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) Times … more
National Coffee Day is September 29th, but the entire month of September is now Scooter’s Coffee Month. We are spreading the coffee love by offering FREE delicious, fresh-brewed coffee every … more
Amarillo-based Roof Spotters, Inc., a leading figure in the roofing and construction industry, remains resolute in its mission to restore Perryton, a community gripped by the aftermath of a … more
SAN ANTONIO (Aug. 31, 2023) – “[T]he assertion the construction industry isn’t providing rest and water breaks for its workers […] is wrong and irresponsible,” writes … more
The Haven Bookstore, Pampa’s only used bookstore, located at 120 W. Kingsmill on the second floor in suite 202 will be hosting a Labor Day sale on Monday, September 4. They will also be open … more
On Tuesday, October 3rd, Harvest House Ministries will be hosting their second annual fundraiser banquet at MK Brown to raise money for their food bank to provide for local families. Harvest … more
Texas A&M Forest Service is accepting applications for grants to help Texas landowners offset the cost of prescribed fire. More than $500,000 in grant funds are available for eligible … more
During the upcoming dove hunting season, Texans are urged to help protect the lands and natural resources that we all love by being mindful of activities that may cause a wildfire. Persistent … more
Though the weather hasn’t shown any signs of getting cooler, plenty of people and organizations are already gearing up for fall festivities, including Cortnie Patterson of the Chamber of … more
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