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WASHINGTON, DC — Today, Congressman Ronny Jackson (TX-13) introduced the Stop Cancel Culture From Degrading Honor Act. This bill will make Medals of Honor or other military decorations … more
Dear Dietitian, My husband has been diagnosed with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. His doctor told him to lose weight, and he tries, but he ends up getting discouraged and goes off his diet. … more
Hi Taylor: It feels like everything is more expensive right now, and I just read something about toilet paper prices going up. Is that true? Sometimes I can’t tell if it’s accurate or … more
SEARCY, AR (05/24/2021)-- Carson Eubank of Pampa is one of more than 700 students who received a diploma at Harding University’s Spring commencement ceremonies May 7-8, 2021. Eubank received … more
National Cyber Scholarship Foundation recognizes Taylor Shane Williams for outstanding achievement. more
Students from Pampa’s Peoples Kenpo/Jiu Jitsu recently competed at the Lubbock Open for the American Grappling Association in Lubbock. “There were 38 teams altogether,” head … more
Amy Youree Memorial ($500 each)  Makenzie Anguiano Jasmine Martinez Celest Ostercamp Mike Gomez Memorial ($500) Valerie Cano Deanna Kay Porter Polasek Memorial ($1,000 … more
As an avid book collector, I try to stop at bookstores on every trip I take. I am not talking about the chain bookstores, but the tiny independent bookstores. These little bookstores are a treasure … more
On April 23, Debbie Gill President of Texas CattleWomen and Linda Krottinger Thorman Secretary for the Texas CattleWomen came to Red River Steak House in McLean to Present Dianne Buckingham, a member … more
Miles and Rita Cook came to Pampa and opened T-Shirts and More in the Pampa Mall on August 23, 1979. After spending the last decade in their current location at 111 W. Kingsmill and more than 41 … more
The Summer Reading Program at Lovett Memorial Library will start June 7 through July 30. We will have a regular Storytime each Monday at 10…this will be approx. 30 – 45 minutes, reading … more
From left, Valerie Cano, Noelia Moreno, Josue Molina, Makala Graham, Macey Ogle and Kayleigh Broddus (not pictured). Tralee graduating teen volunteers. We wish them the best of luck and appreciate … more
The Texas Panhandle now has a resource for accessing local mental health services and information related to behavioral health, the Panhandle Mental Health Guide. In tandem with Mental Health … more
Borger – May 21, 2021 – Three students from the local area are among the 49 high school seniors across the nation who will receive $16,000 college scholarships from the Phillips 66 … more
Zig Ziglar said, “Repetition is the mother of learning, the father of action, which makes it the architect of accomplishment.” If he’s right, then you all should have vanquished … more
Toni: I will retire effective May 1 and now my wife and I are going to travel the US in the new Winnebago that is sitting in our driveway. I am an insulin dependent diabetic and will need easy … more
It is what happens in the exchange zone that counts. We hold the baton we run with for such a short period of time. We receive it from another, carry it for a while, and then hand off to the one who … more
Pampa High School Yearbooks are in and will be distributed Monday at 3:30 p.m. in the Commons. Virtual students will need to come in at 3:30 p.m. Monday, as well. Yearbooks can still be purchased … more
While Meals on Wheels has been a staple in the community providing meals for the home-bound and elderly on weekdays, Southside Senior Citizens Center, located 438 W. Crawford, has worked to fill in … more
In “If Only Tonight We Could Sleep,” The Cure sang: “If only tonight we could sleep/In a bed made of flowers ... And breathe/And breathe.” That lament could serve as the theme … more
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