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Two die in crash NE of Dumas
The DPS report states Ricardo Flores Jr., 23, of Dumas, was traveling west on Morton Elevator Road in a 2004 Chevrolet pickup. He allegedly failed to yield right-of-way at a stop sign and proceeded into the path of 61-year-old Alan Keith Swiedom, also of Dumas, who was driving a 2001 Toyota SUV.
Panhandle Spirit: "Sleep in Heavenly Peace"
There are children all over the Panhandle who are sleeping tonight in their homes on the floor, or a couch, not because they want to…they don’t have a bed. A Dumas man wants to meet that need, through a non-profit called “Sleep in Heavenly Peace.”
Wrestling Under the Lights tournament set for Saturday evening
Last season, the one-night event hosted by the 2017 and 2018 UIL Conference 5A State Champions saw 29 teams and more than 230 wrestlers converge upon Demon Stadium. Most of the teams present at the tournament came from Texas, Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico – with a team making the trek to Demon Sta
Billy Dawson's 4th Annual Nashville to New Mexico - Sangre de Cristo Chronicle
Performer/songwriter Billy Dawson from Sunray, Texas, is bringing together Nashville’s top hit songwriters for a high energy evening of acoustic music.
Boys Ranch Culinary Program Gets $5,000 Donation
BOYS RANCH, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) - Today, Boys Ranch High School announced they are the recipients of a $5,000 donation from West Texas Chefs' Table.
DISD board considers facility energy issues
The Dumas Independent School District (DISD) Board of Trustees heard the results of an energy audit of district facilities in their recent regular meeting. The audit was performed by James W. Brown, an engineer with Energy Systems Associates, Inc., an Austin-based engineering firm that was sent by
Dogie Days in Dumas happening this weekend
DUMAS, TX (KFDA) -Dogie Days in Dumas is happening this weekend at McDade Park.Get the latest Amarillo news straight to your phone!Apple|AndroidThe Genuine Pit Barbecue is on Thursday, June 14 from 11:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.At 6:00 p.m. Thursday and Friday, there will be a carnival and food booths.S
NPBR City Tournament: QDC advances through unpredictable bracket
The road that the North Plains Babe Ruth youth baseball league, which began on April 12, met its end in its annual City Tournament, which was held last week at Zumberis Field and at the Demon Diamond at McDade Park.
DEDC approves incentives for assisted living facility
In their regular meeting on June 11, the Dumas Economic Development Corporation (DEDC) Board of Directors unanimously approved an incentive package of $72,000 in $2,000 increments to help Goodlife Senior Living and Memory Care build a 12 unit, assisted living facility in Dumas. Board member Bob Bri
Personnel issues dominate Moore County Commissioners' Court
Moore County Commissioners dealt with a number of personnel issues Monday in their regular commissioner's court. Apollo Med Flight, a local air ambulance survive based in Amarillo, made a pitch to the commissioners hoping to sell them on air ambulance insurance for county employees. They offered t
Dogie Days gets underway Wednesday
Dumas Noon Lions Club’s largest fundraiser of the year gets underway Wednesday evening (midway opens at 6 p.m.) and runs through Saturday night. Yes, Dogie Days are here again!Members of the Dumas Noon Lions Club have been busy preparing for Wednesday’s kickoff of Dogie Days for quite a while. All t
The Dancing Blue for Two!
Their teammates, who started the game for the Bobcats, had picked up the slack and trailed Quality Dairy Construction by a score of 14-12 by the top of the seventh inning.
"The Art of Survival" : Art Exhibit Featuring Art Bras Created by Dumas Breast Cancer Survivors
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Care Net services available in Cactus
Care Net Crisis Pregnancy Center now has an office in Cactus. All of the services offered by Care Net in Dumas are available to visitors of the Cactus office, according to Monica Sullivan, executive director of Care Net.Sullivan says she wanted to open an office in Cactus because Care Net had many
Have some fun and help local charities
The Dumas Noon Lions Club is putting the final touches on its upcoming Dogie Days celebration. Members of the club met Thursday evening for the annual meat wrap in preparation for next Thursday’s barbecue at McDade Park, and any day now we will begin seeing trucks pulling into town hauling carnival
Panhandle Spirit: Window on the Plains
The main room at the entrance features a large display of life in the old west, with a likeness of Marshall Cator, a pioneer rancher in the Panhandle, standing in front of a blacksmith’s shop. The wood for that structure came from a barn that was more than 100 years old.
Kids find faith and fun at the Super Kids Camp
While some children are outside playing games, others are inside the Moore County Community Building working on arts and crafts and listening to speakers dressed in costumes. It is the Super Kids Camp, and it is a mixture of faith and fun for children put on by the Cornerstone Church with help from
Amarillo PD investigating robbery on Polk St.
AMARILLO, Texas (KVII) —Amarillo police are investigating a home invasion/robbery that happened Tuesday morning at 1720 S. Polk.According to police, the call came in at about 9:15 a.m., and upon arrival, officers spoke to one of the complainants that told them that there were four females with handg
Amarillo Tower changing name to FirstBank Southwest Tower
The Amarillo Tower, formerly known as the Chase Tower, is becoming the FirstBank Southwest Tower.
Dumas native Willis guides LSU Eunice to sixth national title
No matter where you go, whether your destination near or far, it’s important to never forget where you come from.