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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
Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brettlren to dwell together in unity! Psalms 133:1. Members of the Open Door, Church of God in Christ, along down with Gran it Gashi, owner of the Fire … 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
Recently I have noticed an increase in delays on flights. Over the last few months, I have flown on dozens of flights that are seldom on schedule. On more than one occasion I or a family member have … more
In the 1940s and ‘50s, just about every church sponsored a Boy Scout Troop. I was twelve years old and had joined up with all my neighborhood friends to Troop #8. There must have been twenty of … more
Perhaps the most current evidence that August falls into the “dog days” category appeared in “neighborhood news” the other day. Most of us “slog” through these … more
Altrusa International of Pampa, Texas, Inc. met August 10, 2021 at the Pampa Chamber of Commerce with Sheila Winton, president presiding. Virginia Fessenden and Leona Willis served as greeters. Karla … more
The gentlemen from the Pampa Lions Club was one of the many volunteer organizations taking part in the Back-to-School Bash held across Pampa Independent School District on Thursday. more
What motivates you? No really, what motivates you? What causes you to get out of bed each day and take action with your life? Something or somethings motivate you to do what you are doing … 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
Dear Readers, By now, you probably know someone who has adopted a vegetarian diet. Estimates put vegetarianism at around 5% of the American population (1). That may not sound like many, but it … 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
What are the odds that two remote communities in the far reaches of West Texas would have much in common in what we’ve called the “space race” since Russia launched Sputnik. The USA … 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
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