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What is your biggest regret? If you could go back and do it all over again, what would you change? The word “regret” is defined in Merriam-Webster dictionary as “sorrow aroused … more
Airports and roads may seem jam-packed this year as AAA predicts 53.4 million people to travel across the country for the Thanksgiving holiday, up 13% from 2020. This brings travel volumes within 5% … more
Pictured, Lion Gregor Reeves with Lizzy Devoll, who is the Lions Club Sweetheart of the Month. more
After 14 and a half years of serving as the Executive Director or Tralee Crisis Center, Dee Dee Laramore has retired from the organization. Laramore started at the organization in 2007 and said … more
We spend hours at homecomings, reminiscing about bygone days. There were mutterings of how time flies at Howard Payne University’s annual gathering on October 1. The class of 1971, headed … more
Take a deep breath. Breathe in. Breathe out. Go ahead and do it a second time. And now one more time just to make sure you’ve got the idea. Now close your eyes for a minute. Listen and … more
State Representative for District 88 Ken King (R-Canadian) stopped in Pampa on Tuesday afternoon to discuss what lawmakers accomplished in the 87th Legislative Session. The hot-button issue was … more
Alexander William Kinglake is a name snuggled deeply inside of all-knowing Google. He was a 19th century lawyer who gave up his legal practice to become an author, best known for a single proverb: … more
Halloween for some parts of the country is not just about spooks and specters. One such place is Salem, Massachusetts, also known as Witch City. Salem’s infamous history is no secret to anyone, … more
Hey Taylor: I’m trying to keep Halloween fun for my kids - 9 and 11 - and feel like I’m running out of ideas. All I can think of is buying an expensive costume and that’s the last … more
November is National Home Health and Hospice month next month. The rest of our 35+ employees were out with patients. From left, Connie Baten, Melisa Blandford, Penny Harvey, Jamilou Williams, … more
The value of your life is measured by what you give away...nothing more, nothing less. Our lives are lived and then they are gone. We leave behind what we leave behind. We can add to this world or … more
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
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