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BREATHE! Breathe in and breathe out deeply. Be present! Do not be past. Do not be future. BE NOW! Where are you living your life? Are you living in your past, your present, or your future? Has … more
World-renowned retired neurosurgeon and former Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson stopped in Pampa on Thursday to give a presentation for the Pampa Education … more
AMARILLO, TEXAS (October 12, 2021) – The Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at BSA Outpatient Therapy Services has been recertified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary … more
I suppose you read my last column called This and That. If you did, you will recall I pointed out that Clifton McNeely was also a great pitcher and a great basketball player and was the first to be … more
Halloween is the second most celebrated holiday of the year in the United States. Most cities have some fun and exciting ways to celebrate the season. New York City East Village district holds one of … more
My aged Uncle Mort can take a side road into yesteryear quickern’ most people can start an argument over vaccines. Now, he’s on a mission to learn more about Indian Summer. He’s … more
It has been said that the sweetest sound a person can hear is the sound of his or her name. Your name is unique. It is the very identifier for each of us. When someone says, “How are you … more
Colonel Michael J. Foote Pampa High School Class of 1994 COL Michael Foote is a 1994 graduate of Pampa High School. Michael participated in football, wrestling, and student council for all four … more
It’s Spooky Season again, and it wouldn’t be autumn without some haunted houses to visit.  Here are a few of the more popular ones across our great state. Houston Terror Dome … more
Amarillo, TX (September 29, 2021) – BSA Health System is distributing heart-shaped stickers to all BSA visitors and employees in honor of World Heart Day celebrated annually on September 29. … more
While overseas, I found it fascinating how people took their tea.  In such places as England and Japan, there can be many ceremonies in having a simple cup of tea. Compared to the US, where it … more
Do you have a calling? I believe the correct answer to this question is “yes!” What have you been called to do in your life? Are you following your calling? Each of us has a calling. … more
The 29th Annual Tribute to Woody Guthrie will be held on Saturday, Oct. 2, starting at 6 p.m. at the M.K. Brown Civic Center. After missing last year’s due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the … more
The Inaugural Pampa Walk to End Alzheimer’s slated for Oct. 16 at Harvesters Field from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The inspiration behind the event comes from how Alzheimer’s has affected … more
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
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