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If you are thinking about someplace fun to head to this summer with the family that caters to tourists, might I suggest San Antonio? San Antonio is a wealth of not just history, but fabulous historic … more
If only life could be as simple as that Blue Bell ice cream delivery guy’s view of his job. It seems to take simplicity to another level. “I eat all I can and sell the rest.” … more
Altrusa International of Pampa, Texas, Inc. met July 13, 2021 at the Pampa Chamber of Commerce with Sheila Winton, president, presiding.  Tori Kelley attended as a guest. Lynne Moore and … more
Linda Ditmore was the latest winner of the Pampa Senior Citizens Center drawings. She won this American Flag Quilt. 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
When NFL offensive lineman Ryan Jensen was waking up more than 13 times a night, he developed mood swings, fatigue and lost weight -- jeopardizing his career. Once he was diagnosed and treated for … 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
Recently I took a cross-country trip from Virginia to Texas. We skipped Interstate 40 opting for a byway instead for most of the trip. The first thing I noticed was there was a lot less traffic on … 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
Toni: My husband, John and I need your guidance because I believe I have made a mistake enrolling in Medicare. Last year, John was laid off due to COVID-19 and has lost his employer health … more
AUSTIN— Last year, as temperatures soared into the triple digits in Texas, staff at 39 Texas State Parks handled 132 heat-related illnesses in humans and pets. Now that the summer has … more
Dear Readers: Have you ever endured the unpleasant experience of someone criticizing or ridiculing your food choices? One day at lunch, the dietitians were enjoying a party and dining on cheesy … more
Bono wrote the lyrics to “Two Hearts Beat as One” on his honeymoon; his band U2 premiered it in 1983. “Two hearts beat as one ... The way I feel ... Oh, yeah, two hearts.” … more
Rep. Jackson released the following statement regarding his no vote on S.475, Juneteenth National Independence Day Act: “Juneteenth is an important part of our history, especially in Texas. … more
Altrusa International of Pampa, Texas, Inc. met June 8, 2021 with president, Sheila Winton presiding. Micki Hicks and Kadda Schale served as greeters. Twila Thomas attended as a guest. The Accent … more
When Frank Sinatra sang, “Don’t you know that it’s worth/Every treasure on earth to be young at heart?” he was declaring how beneficial it is to be able to ignore your … more
Dear Readers, Today I am writing about a topic near and dear to my heart: nutrition and cancer, or more pointedly, nutrition myths and cancer. My clinical experience included twelve years of … more
Hey Taylor: I finally gave in and looked up NFTs. I guess the letters stand for Non-Fungible Token, and I’m probably more confused than before I did the research. Can you break this new trend … more
FORT WORTH – The eyes of the fishing world will be on Lake Ray Roberts June 11-13 for the 51st Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic presented by Huk. It will be the third time bass … more
The nation’s most successful high school girls basketball coach in history headlines a class of five as well as numerous other honorees June 13 at the 63rd Annual Texas Panhandle Sports Hall of … more
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