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The Gray County Commissioners Court met on Monday, May 1 for a regularly scheduled meeting. The meeting began with the court approving the minutes from the previous meeting held on April 14. With no … more
On the green, Sawyer Burleson, a sophomore at Pampa High School, is a force to be reckoned with. Thanks to his father, Burleson started swinging his first golf club at just three years … more
The Downtown Revitalization project is well underway and some citizens of Pampa have concerns about the overall outcome. As previously reported in May 2022, The City of Pampa has been awarded a … more
Travel back in time with the High Plains Highwaymen. The High Plains Highwaymen, a local Cowboy Action Shooting club, recently held an event at The Wolfpack Ranch. CAS is a competitive shooting … more
Big changes are in store for downtown Pampa! The City of Pampa was awarded the Downtown Revitalization Grant from the Texas Department of Agriculture. The amount of the grant is $350,000. The … more
Pam Apartments are currently accepting applications of their income-based Housing and Urban Development Section 8 property. Seniors 62 years or older and/or persons with disabilities that are in need … more
Pampa Mom Prom is a non-profit organization that gives scholarships to female leaders in our area high schools. This is their first year to host the event, which will be held on Saturday, February … more
A new year is just around the corner, so it’s time to brainstorm resolutions and goals for 2023. If you’ve made resolutions in the past and haven’t stuck to them, you might be … more
It’s been well-established that physical activity like walking, yoga and going to a fitness center has many health benefits for older adults. These include better sleep, less anxiety and … more
Whether you're taking a stroll in a local park or ambitiously hiking a new trail, being outdoors helps you feel more grounded and connected to nature. But you may not realize the numerous physical … more
The Davis home, built in 1916 two years after the build of the historical Little Red School House, was purchased in ‘97 by Dave and Natalie Davis. The home was built by Earl Talley who was one … more
Part of getting your home instantly holiday-ready is ensuring that fresh-baked Christmas cookies are readily available. After all, there truly isn’t a cozier aroma than the combination of warm … more
The quaint house on 1900 Charles Street has had its fair share of homeowners throughout the years. Though the house sat empty from 1965 to 1975; the home was involved in a lawsuit that was eventually … more
Visitors will experience a frontier Christmas from 6:30-9 p.m. Dec. 9-10 when the National Ranching Heritage Center (NRHC) at Texas Tech University celebrates its 44th Annual Candlelight at the … more
Enjoy the Blast From The Past? The Pampa News invites any submission of photos to be used in Blast From The Past. more
Mike and Lynnae Borger are from Amarillo, but moved to Pampa seven years ago when Mike felt the calling to join ministry. “We started attending church at Trinity in Amarillo and the job for … more
Put the stress of daily life and the holidays behind you and treat yourself to a day of luxury at the Bronzing Barn. Founded in February of this year, Misti McFall has incorporated many services in … more
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
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