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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
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
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
It’s hard to believe that the humble little town of Pampa had a baseball team, but the Pampa Oilers played in Pampa from 1939 until 1957. During that time, Rex Dilbeck enjoyed his best … more
When Corey Coronis had converted an old downtown building into a home, he could take a look out of the window of the building and could picture a lot of potential for what downtown Pampa could … more
WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion, Bianca Belair, has been upfront about her former challenges with night eating. “I ended up having this obsession with food where I was binge eating at … more
I recently visited my octogenarian parents for a week. As we talked about the “good ol’ days” I found myself reminiscing about the world that I spent my youth in. I got to … more
Jennifer Aniston has acknowledged that she sleepwalks. Jimmy Kimmel talks about dealing with narcolepsy. But you can’t find folks -- stars or not -- who are so willing to talk about another, … more
He stood 6’6” from the top of his hat to the heels of his boots. He weighed at least 350 pounds and always wore western garb. His boots were handmade by a fellow in Clarendon, his jacket … more
When Brandy Joiner lost most of her hearing from Meniere’s Disease, she needed an outlet. “I needed something that didn’t require met to be around people or travel a lot,” … more
One of the most powerful tools we have available is mirrors. And what we do with mirrors reveals much about who we are. What? “Rick, how do you support that statement?” you ask. Bear with … more
The Woody Guthrie Folk Music Center has been honored to host some of the best acts in Folk and Americana music over the last few years. This year is no exception as we welcome our first performer … more
Dear Readers, Chances are you know someone who has diabetes. According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly 30 million Americans have the disease. With type 1 diabetes, the pancreas no … more
The Pampa United Way 2021 Campaign Kick-Off is set for Aug. 9 at Pampa H20 Aquatic Center and Pingel Park from 6 to 9 p.m. During the event there will be a cornhole tournament, sign-ups are … more
Dear Dietitian, I have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and appreciated your column on a high fiber diet to manage IBS. My symptoms are usually pretty well-controlled, thank goodness. I’ve … more
Over a year ago I wrote in my column that our world would exit from our Covid experience a different world than we were when we entered it. At the time I knew my prediction was a safe one. I just … more
BBQ Cook Off winners: Team Chief Chad Epperson (in the middle) and Roll The Dice BBQ Team, Mutt Villarreal  and FOR TIME won the Beans division. The group photo is of the BBQ Cook Off teams: … more
When Jonas and Nadia Silva first went to Monterrey, Mexico through Laredo/Nueva Laredo several years ago, the couple originally came back with a couple of metal chairs. But Nadia had taken an … more
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