Amarillo Public Library treasures Bush Room collection
On the second floor of the Downtown Amarillo Public Library lies three rare collections not found anywhere else in the Texas Panhandle.
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April 16, PM Southern High Plains Forecast
Good Wednesday afternoon everyone. A much warmer day is on tap, followed by a slight chance for rain tomorrow.
Preserving the Harvest' classes set for May in Panhandle
A series of three "Preserving the Harvest" food preservation classes will be held during May by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service at the War Memorial Building, 500 Main St., Panhandle.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Amarillo City Council renews emergency help pact
City Council members voted unanimously Tuesday to sign on to an updated mutual aid agreement drawn up by a Panhandle Regional Planning Commission committee in response to a recently enacted state law.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Rare April snow blankets area
Richard Otero walks bundled up with a hot cup of coffee to an appointment in downtown Amarillo.
Fatal Wreck On SH 136
Motorists are being detoured by way of FM 1342 to FM 293 into the city of Panhandle, then on SH 207 into Borger.
Cold Front Produces Hail Here, Snow In The Panhandle
A FREEZE WARNING is in effect tonight for McLennan, Coryell, Lampasas, Mills, Hamilton, Bosque, and Hill Counties ... Temperatures tonight cold drop below freezing across parts of Central Texas, which would tie our latest freeze on record.
Cold front brings erratic weather to Texas
A cold front has brought snow to the Texas Panhandle, hail to the central part of the state and forecasts for freezing conditions accompanied by strong winds.
Warmer weather to move in after snow
It may technically be spring, but any buds that have bloomed will regret their early arrival after a cold front moved in Sunday evening, leaving the Texas Panhandle covered in snow.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
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Texas sees surge in wind energy projects
Roads are being laid under the shadows of seabirds. And the $4 million wind turbines are on order.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Feedyard Biosecurity Plans Ready For Rollout
While feedyard biosecurity has been on the radar ever since the 2001 outbreak of foot and mouth disease in England, the issue took on a higher level of scrutiny recently.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Ree Drummond to Give Keynote Speech at Power of the Purse
The Power of the Purse - Thursday, April 17th - 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. - Amarillo Civic Center - www.laurabushinstitute.org Telling funny tales of hard work, good food and family life on the rural Oklahoma ranch where she lives with her husband and four children, Ree Drummond has attracted millions of readers to her website, the PioneerWoman.com .
League of Women Voters Holding Public Agriculture Program
The League of Women Voters is holding Agriculture Issues and Policies program tonight at the Amarillo Central Library, 413 SE 4th, at 6 p.m. James Hunt, agribusiness director for KGNC Radio, is moderating a panel of speakers who are involved in different aspects of the agriculture industry in the Panhandle.
Weather service relies on eye in the sky
Todd Lindley, science and operations officer, pulls up images from an old storm at Amarillo's National Weather Service Station.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Amarillo soaks up much-needed rain
Scattered showers graced the Texas Panhandle over the weekend, with National Weather Service meteorologists recording nearly half an inch of rain at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport, meteorologist John Cockrell said.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Panhandle group works up disaster plans
Planners in a Texas region where cattle are fattened and pigs and milk are produced have completed most of the work needed to help area livestock businesses reduce and survive consequences of natural or man-made disasters.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Wendy Davis tells locals: Texans deserve transparency
CRIST / AMARILLO GLOBE-NEWS State Sen. Wendy Davis, who became a household name after her filibuster of new abortion restrictions, spoke to Panhandle Press Association members Friday during the group's 2014 convention in Dumas.
Go Bowling to Help Out Area Kids
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Texas Panhandle has one mission: to help children living in Amarillo and Canyon, most of whom are considered at-risk and live in single parent homes, achieve their full potential through long term, personal relationships with carefully screened and dedicated volunteers.
Childrens Advocacy Center Celebrates 25 Years of Service
"The Bridge facilitates a Multi-Disciplinary Team to ensure that child abuse investigations are cohesive.
Amarillo drivers get anxious waiting on GM recall parts
The General Motors recall is hitting home in the Panhandle, as locals find themselves among the two million people affected.