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Some of the history of North Heights will be told through a show called "If Walls Could Talk - North Heights Art Project." Thirty-three works... [Read More]
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The father of a Canadian High School senior whose remains were identified this week after a more than two-year search said he finds comfort in... [Read More]
With Wednesday, Jan. 16, serving as the first application filing day for candidates seeking a spot on the May 4 Amarillo City Council ballot, officials... [Read More]
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday that many Farm Service Agency offices will be reopening temporarily as the government shutdown continues.Sonny Perdue, U.S. Secretary... [Read More]
The Potter County Sheriff's Office is receiving a boost in its effort to aid inmates interested in pursuing academic opportunities. On the heels of a... [Read More]
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The remains of missing Canadian, Texas teenager Thomas Brown have been found in Hemphill County, according to a news release from Klein Investigations and Consulting.Brown,... [Read More]
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Two rival budget proposals offer a starting point for debate between the two chambers on public school funding and property tax relief. [Read More]
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My belief is that the backbone of news is made up of fact, not fiction, and that the media serves a vital role in this... [Read More]
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David Morel has joined Gatehouse Media as regional director of distribution for the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal and the Amarillo Globe-News."We are delighted to have David Morel... [Read More]
On Jan. 15, 1929, slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was born in Atlanta, Georgia. Meanwhile, officials here say the effort to... [Read More]
During Tuesday's regular meeting the Amarillo City Council is expected to consider a Tax lncrement Reinvestment Zone No. 2 development agreement providing a 10-year tax... [Read More]
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It's an annual tradition this time of year - Girl Scout Cookies. The Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains are selling cookies at locations throughout... [Read More]
The Amarillo Police Department said a Monday morning automobile accident in the 2400 block of N. Hughes St. claimed the life of 28-year-old man.According to... [Read More]
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The 34 degree temperature and brumous Saturday morning was the perfect backdrop for the annual Tri-State Open Chili Championship Cook-off at the Rex Baxter building... [Read More]
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Since 2013, No Boundaries International has had a foothold in Amarillo. The organization partners with many local agencies to work against human sex trafficking, but... [Read More]
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The Randall County District Attorney said on Friday the investigation of the November death of a West Texas A&M University student remains in progress and... [Read More]
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Yvonne Chaney's inspiration to make candles for a living came from two bad experiences she had with candles many years ago."I had one candle that... [Read More]
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The Amarillo Police Department recognized Officer Matthew Brush for its weekly Feather in Your Cap Friday recognition.On Sunday, Jan. 6, Brush was patrolling the hotels... [Read More]
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Maybe Chris Beard is a soothsayer.The third-year Texas Tech head coach has maintained the Big 12 Conference schedule will be an 18-round fight.On Saturday afternoon,... [Read More]
The Potter County Sheriff's Office and First Christian Church will be hosting the first CRASE (Civilian Response to Active Shooter Event) class of 2019 at... [Read More]
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