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AMARILLO, Texas – A pair of Pantex employees are being recognized by the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce with Top 20 Under 40 awards. The awards, presented by the Chamber annually, recognize … more
According to his accounts, Quanah Parker was born in Elk Valley of the Wichita Mountains near Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, in 1848. Quanah Parker would be the last war chief of the Quahada Indian tribe, later … more
This week marks the twentieth anniversary of 911, one of the deadliest attacks in modern time. Initially, 2751 people lost their lives, and more than 6,000 people were injured. In 2010 the number of … more
AUSTIN – The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is working with more than 57,000 businesses across the state to ensure they’re ready for a number of new changes taking effect Sept. 1 … more
You are sitting outside relaxing and minding your own business when all of a sudden you feel something on your neck. You quickly slap at it thinking a fly landed on you and low and behold, when you … more
Pampa High School Class of 1982 graduate Sabrina Stratford first started hearing about human-trafficking in 2016 at a fundraiser. “It was impactful because there were women on stage who had … more
In 2018, the ketogenic diet was hugely popular and being touted by celebrities as diverse as the Lakers’ 6-foot-9-inch LeBron James and 5-foot-1-inch singer/actress Vanessa Hudgens. But in … more
The Junk-to-Treasure Marketplace will be held on Saturday, Sept. 11, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This year it will be a little more somber as they will be commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 … more
Pampa Education Foundation is pleased to announce Dr. Ben Carson, a national leader and world-renown pediatric neurosurgeon, will be speaking in Pampa, TX, on Thursday, October 14th at 7:30 pm at M. … more
From left, ReDonn, Autumn and Keith Woods. Autumn was the Sweetheart of the Month for August for the Pampa Lion’s Club. more
Whether you are happy with what you have or unhappy because of what you don’t have, you have the same things. We spend so much time looking right and left rather than looking inward and then … more
The Society for Creative Anachronism’s local chapter’s event set for Sept. 17-19 at Old Mobeetie Jail and Museum has been postponed due to recent spikes in COVID-19 across the … more
W.P Kinsella once wrote the famous words, “If you build it, they will come.” Those words came true recently when the MLB hosted the Field of Dreams baseball game in a cornfield in … more
Stories of gasoline price wars were common in Texas around 1960, when regular gas sold sometimes for10.9 cents per gallon. Competition for college biology teachers, however, wasn’t all that … more
Don Huffines, a fifth-generation Texan out of Dallas County, is running against incumbent Governor Greg Abbott in hopes to “drain the Austin swamp.” Huffines has built his campaign on … more
Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brettlren to dwell together in unity! Psalms 133:1. Members of the Open Door, Church of God in Christ, along down with Gran it Gashi, owner of the Fire … more
Mother Teresa’s selfless earthly life ended at age 87 two dozen years ago on September 5, 1997. She changed her address and went to be with the God whom she had faithfully served throughout her … more
Recently I have noticed an increase in delays on flights. Over the last few months, I have flown on dozens of flights that are seldom on schedule. On more than one occasion I or a family member have … more
In the 1940s and ‘50s, just about every church sponsored a Boy Scout Troop. I was twelve years old and had joined up with all my neighborhood friends to Troop #8. There must have been twenty of … more
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