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Amarillo CVC to boost tourism through "What's on Tap?" event
T he A marillo CVC started the event back in F ebruary as a way for professionals in the tourism industry to network and connect.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Passmore: How Texas Football views the Panhandle
It seems that Dave Campbell's Texas Football magazine comes out a little earlier every year, and the copy that arrived in the AGN Media sports office Tuesday was a pleasant surprise.
Area legislators not among the most conservative, but report shows they get things done
Rep. Charles Perry is no longer the third most conservative member of the Texas House of Representatives, a ranking his voting record earned him in the 2011 session.
American Red Cross Hosting Annual Awards Ceremony
The American Red Cross Panhandle Area chapter in Amarillo is honoring its volunteers and employees at a special chapter awards event tonight.
High winds derail 47 BNSF cars in Texas Panhandle
A rail line in the Texas Panhandle has reopened after storms packing winds strong enough to form a tornado overturned more than 40 BNSF Railway cars.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Dromgoole: Summer reading from Jodi Thomas, Diane Kelly
Jodi Thomas of Amarillo, who will receive the A. C. Greene Literary Award at the West Texas Book Festival in September, now has six novels in her Harmony series.
LP&L working to restore 43 outages as of
Lubbock Power & Light is updating customers of the current situation regarding outages due to tonight's weather event.
After overnight soaking, more thunderstorms possible
There's a good chance more thunderstorms will sweep through the Texas Panhandle on Monday night and Tuesday, the National Weather Service in Amarillo said.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Color Filled Saturday
After a long wait of anticipation, the Amarillo Color Run did not disappoint. AMARILLO, TEXAS -- Around twelve thousand participants, who were all smiles, completed the 5K this morning.
Women receive breast cancer screenings at United Supermarket
Women shopping at United Supermarket Saturday received more than just your typical groceries and toiletries.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Gainesville Daily Register
Drought continues throughout state
By CATHY MOUNCE email@example.com Register Staff Writer Despite the helpful torrents of rainfall received in Cooke County lately, many areas in Texas are still classified as being in drought status.
Chances for rain this weekend
Rain may return to the Texas Panhandle this weekend, with a 20 percent chance for scattered thunderstorms Friday evening in Amarillo after 5 p.m., meteorologist said Justin Jackson, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service.
Local reaction: Unemployment drug testing
Here's a snippet of local reaction to Gov. Perry's signage of a bill today legalizing drug testing for unemployment applicants.
Credit union officer in Texas sentenced to 3 years
A loan officer at a credit union in the Texas Panhandle has been sentenced to three years in prison for faking documents and stealing about $442,000.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
If Dallas Were an Ice Cream, What Would it Taste Like?
Ben and Jerry's is officially out of ideas. The company kicked off a campaign recently to market flavors based on cities across the country.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Petitioners again seek handheld device ban referendum
A new committee with some familiar faces registered with the city of Amarillo on Tuesday as the first step in trying to put together enough signatures to force an election on the city's ban on using hand-held cellphones and other devices while driving.
Deadly plane crash: Friends say Stinnett graduate was longtime pilot, loved to fly
Many years have passed since Donald Sharp left the Texas Panhandle, but those who knew him growing up in Stinnett agreed on one thing: he loved to fly.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Katie Grimes Wins Dick Bynum Award
Texas Tech hurdler and Canyon High School graduate Katie Grimes won the 7th annual Dick Bynum Award Tuesday afternoon.