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The first Saturday of each month the Texas Panhandle War Memorial hosts a one-hour lecture/seminar, “Reflections on the Military” on topics related to military history and service. These … more
AUSTIN— Today, Texas Land Commissioner Dawn Buckingham, M.D. announced the next phase of the Alamo Cenotaph Restoration Project, which will address structural and corrosion issues uncovered in … more
Amarillo, TX—Toot’n Totum, a leading convenience store chain with locations in Amarillo,   Lubbock, and the Texas Panhandle with over 1,800 dedicated team members, is thrilled to … more
On Friday, April 5, 2024, customers can use the Scooter’s Coffee mobile app to redeem an offer for $2 off any size Caramelicious beverage. more
Top O’ Texas CattleWomen scholarship applications are available at your High School Counselors office now. Applications are also available on our facebook page. Each year Top O’ Texas … more
CANYON, Texas — Firefighters looking to advance in their career are eligible for tuition and fee waivers to pursue a graduate degree at West Texas A&M University. WT’s Master of … more
"While a user can have hundreds or thousands or millions of views, reactions, or comments on a simple post from strangers, the need for real human interaction remains unfulfilled, whether the user realizes it or not." more
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Lewis of Pampa celebrated their 70th Wedding Anniversary on September 3, 2023. The family of the Lewises hosted the event which included a Reception at the St. Paul United … more
Chef Sharon Masenda Allen started her culinary journey at The Art Institute of Dallas, where she graduated in 2008 and met her now-husband, Darren, from Pampa. By 2010, Masenda was running her … more
Juliana Sirmans, a senior in high school and Carson County’s Miss United States Agriculture is looking for sponsors in hopes of garnering a the title of Cover Miss. “I’m … more
Deborah Talley Deborah Talley, Pampa High School Class of 1976, and John Curry, Pampa High School Class of 1966, have been named as two outstanding PHS alumni who have contributed significantly … more
Twenty-two years ago on September the 11th, 19 terrorists hijacked two American Airlines and two United Airlines planes. Two of those planes crashed into what was once known as the World Trade … more
The 45th Annual National Golden Spur Award Honors, celebrating the spirit of the American rancher and the enduring tradition of ranching, is set to take place on November 3, 2023, at the Buddy Holly … more
Roll The Dice BBQ is headed to Kansas City, Kansas on Wednesday, September 27 to compete in the American Royal World Series of Barbecue for the first time. The Bar becue will be held on the infield … more
Amarillo – Panhandle Breast Health (PBH) and Pampa Regional Medical Center (PRMC) announce a partnership for uninsured women to receive no-cost screening mammograms in Pampa. The hospital … more
It’s a new month and the turning of the calendar has brought new celebrations for our students. Pampa High School Debate traveled to Pflugerville last week for their first debate tournament of … more
For many women, finding out you’re expecting can be an exciting moment full of joy. However, there are just as many women who unfortunately aren’t always as ecstatic to find they are … more
Thanks to a recent bill passed during the last legislative session, active-duty military, honorably discharged veterans and the immediate family members of a service member who died while serving now … 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
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
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