Beilue: Clarendon rancher a Tri-State Fair stock show 'landmark'
Jon Beilue / Amarillo Globe-News Area cattle rancher Richard Stotts, 76, hasn't missed an Amarillo Tri-State Fair Stock Show since Harry Truman was president. This year will make his 64th to show an animal on the Fairgrounds, the first coming in 1948 when he was 10. Jon Beilue / Amarillo Globe-News Area cattle rancher Richard Stotts, 76, hasn't missed an Amarillo Tri-State Fair Stock Show since Harry Truman was president.
Hail hits Clarendon
National Weather Service Amarillo meteorologist Nicholas Fenner said hail the size of tennis balls was reported near Clarendon and Greenbelt Lake from about 3:30 to 4 p.m. Areas around Clarendon, Claude and Canadian were seeing some rainfall about 6:20 p.m., Fenner said, and the storm is headed northeast.
Bulletin Board for Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Texas Department of State Health Services has released its immunization clinic schedule for July.
A Titanic fanatic: Man builds ship replica to reflect his passion
There was no signature moment when the Titanic disaster became Joshua Milford's passion, no specific incident when the famous shipwreck became so much the focus of his 32-year-old life.
DPS Searching for Suspect, Clarendon College Cancels Morning Classes
Clarendon College canceled classes Monday. According to the college, the decision was made after law enforcement was searching for someone in Donley County.