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D-Day June 6, 1944.  D-Day was the date of the invasion of the European continent by the Allies, and the beginning of the end of the war in Europe. Allied forces were commanded by five-star … more
A lot of people have been dying lately. Many are dying early before they finish a long and complete life. My heart aches regularly reading the obituary of someone I knew whose life impacted … more
Clay Center, Kansas – What is a man? It could be confusing answering that question because our society is changing quickly on this. Little boys should have their fathers to show them what a … more
Hi Taylor: I’m hearing more and more about businesses and people getting hacked and it’s starting to freak me out a little. Is this our new normal? Has it always been this bad and … more
Expertly written and acted, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum has been ransacked as an eye-catcher for many projects, presentations, and programs over the years. Based on the book and … more
Time To Break-Up? [Photo gallery]
I’m currently preparing an advanced study of Ezra, Nehemiah & Esther for our Wednesday night adult Bible class. I just arrived at prep-work for Ezra chapters 9-10. If you are familiar with … more
Altrusa Club News [Photo gallery]
Altrusa International Of Pampa Of Pampa, Texas, Inc. met May 25, 2021 at the Pampa Chamber of Commerce with the president Sheila Winton presiding. Kitty Hall served as greeter. The Accent was … more
In 1979, the NHL finally decided that all hockey players had to wear helmets. That came more than a decade after the death of the North Stars’ Bill Masterton from an on-ice head injury. It took … more
There will be a community blood drive on Wednesday, June 2 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at M.K. Brown Civic Center Heritage Room. All donors will receive two free t-shirts, a World of Wonderland pass … more
AAA Travel is forecasting a substantial increase in the number of Texans planning to travel this Memorial Day holiday weekend. As a reminder, AAA Texas advises drivers to expect increased delays on … more
The funds raised at Zion’s Big Z Barbecue were presented to local non-profits earlier this week. more
Toni: My 86-year-old mother with Alzheimer’s needs 24-hour care and lives in a personal care home. She is enrolled in a Medicare Advantage HMO and taking her to the doctor is quite an … more
The energy, the excitement, the enthusiasm is always amazing. Flashing cameras and flowing tears. Family and friends, some of whom have traveled great distances, anxiously awaiting the ceremony. High … more
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
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