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WASHINGTON — Monday, Representative Ronny Jackson (TX-13) joined an amicus brief to the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas in support of 35 Navy servicemembers who … more
Chad and Brycen Epperson had always competed in cook-offs, but now that competitive nature has led to a new food truck here in Pampa with Roll the Dice BBQ. “We’ve done a lot of … more
The Gray County Commissioners Court met on Wednesday morning for a regularly-scheduled meeting. In attendance for the meeting was City Manager Shane Stokes and Mayor Lance DeFever, as the City of … more
(Chicago, Illinois)—Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to City of … more
The Pampa City Commissioners met on Monday afternoon for a regularly-scheduled meeting. During the meeting, the Commissioners recognized the following employees for their years of … more
LAS VEGAS – Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Cimarron Jack has been a winner over the years. The big bay has helped cowboys win rounds at the National Finals Rodeo before. That didn’t … more
The 59th annual Children’s Shopping Tour took place Saturday, December 4, with 172 family members being served including 38 children who participated in the Tour, according to ReDonn Woods, … more
What’s the fuss about? Statewide media outlets often report about power issues on the “Texas power grid” without adequately explaining that not all Texans are affected by these … more
For a large part of their history, video games have carried the stigma of being “childish” or a “detriment” to the development of youth. But as the internet continues to … more
The statewide gas price average in Texas is $2.93 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is four cents less than from this day last week and … more
The 2021 Texas Legislative Session and the second and third sessions that followed, created changes for the future of Texas elections. One of these changes is to the application process for … more
The Pampa Independent School District Board of Trustees met on Monday evening for a regularly-scheduled meeting. During the meeting, the hot topic of grade-school configuration was discussed in … more
The City of Pampa Commissioners held a special meeting/public hearing meeting on Monday afternoon. There was no comment on the first public hearing, which was in regards to the Tax Increment … more
WASHINGTON — Last night, Representative Ronny Jackson (TX-13) voted in favor of the Fiscal Year 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Jackson authored a number of provisions to … more
CANYON, Texas — A new cadre of educational leaders will celebrate the earning of the highest degrees in their field Dec. 11 as West Texas A&M University’s first cohort of students in … more
The U. S. Naval base at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu Hawaii (then a U. S. Territory) was attacked by the Japanese the morning of Sunday December 7, 1941 at 7:48 a.m. This was characterized as a sneak … more
AMARILLO, Texas (Dec. 3, 2021) – Utility customers in the Texas Panhandle, including Xcel Energy customers, are encouraged to contact Panhandle Community Services in the coming days to apply … more
The 82nd Airborne Division Association is seeking all former Paratroopers with interest in becoming a Charter Member of the local Amarillo Texas Chapter. There will be an informal initial meeting … more
The Christmas Tour of Homes will be held tomorrow through the 20th Century Cotillion Club. Todd and Jona Little’s home, 1601 Mary Ellen, will be featured on the Tour for the first time after … more
Jan Lunn bought her home in 2019 after moving to Pampa from Topeka, Kan. Jan’s husband, Phil, passed away in December 2018. After her grown daughter and grandson moved on into busy careers, … more
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