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Students from The Well STEAM and Literacy Center had a unique opportunity to experience a mock trial at the Gray County Courthouse. This was the first time the courthouse has done a mock trial to … more
The Gray County Commissioners Court had a regular session meeting. County Judge Chris Porter began the meeting by honoring Gaye Whitehead for 38 years of service as the County Tax … more
What an awesome week for Harvester Athletics. Lady Harvester Softball defeated Canyon in two games to win the Regional Quarterfinals round of the playoffs! They are one of 16 teams still playing in … more
Pampa – This summer, Pampa ISD will connect children 18 and younger and enrolled student   with disabilities up to 21 years old with healthy, no cost summer meals. The Summer Food   … more
AMARILLO, TX – FirstBank Southwest (“FBSW”) announced the appointment of Steve Bowen as Senior Vice President, Commercial Senior Lender, Jim Bryan as Senior Vice President … more
Students from past and present gathered at the annual tennis banquet to congratulate Coach Sarah Corse on her retirement. Corse spent 17 years with Pampa Independent School District. Corse will … more
    Lace-up your sneakers! It’s time for Pampa Recreation Department’s annual Summer League Kickball. Sign-ups are now available until June 11th. The cost of … more
Lake Fryer is hosting its annual ‘Children’s Fishing Tournament’ on Saturday, June 3rd. The first Saturday of every June is free fishing. The national event allows folks to fish for … more
Alejandra and Miguel Badillo have owned and operated ‘Badillo Bouncy’ since 2018. The couple started with one bounce house, a simple start, but quickly realized that they were going to … more
State legislators can take a simple but important step to improve access to mental health care by authorizing Texas to join the Interstate Counseling Compact — currently a group of 25 states … more
AUSTIN – Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller today encouraged eligible organizations to help him increase access to healthy meals for children in specified rural areas using a new Summer … more
May 11, 2023 – Today, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation announced the award of more than $840,000 in literacy grants to Texas nonprofit organizations, libraries and schools. The funds are … more
Texas legislative theocrats intent on forcing religion on public school students are clearly out of control, says the FFRF Action Fund. The Legislature has passed an outrageous bill to permit school … more
It wasn’t long ago, in fact it was during just the last congressional session, that U.S. cattle producers worked with Sens. Charles Grassley (R-IA) and Jon Tester (D-MT) to introduce what was … more
On Tuesday, the Metropolitan Museum of Art said in an internal letter that it was implementing measures to review artifacts as authorities and scholars continue to raise concerns over provenance … more
Researchers have identified nine new groups of butterflies—though one in particular seems to have caught their eye. With fiery orange and jet black eyespots at the bottom of their wings, … more
A pregnant Iowa woman jumped into action earlier this week to help a toddler who fell from a second-story window. Kyrie Jones, 35, was walking her dog outside her Des Moines home on Monday when … more
Nearly 15 million hardworking Texans show up for work each day. This is the highest number of employed people in our state’s history — a testament to the strength and resilience of Texans … more
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