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High Plains Food Bank Seeks to Expand Senior Food Program to Pampa
The program is a monthly food box supplement, weighing in at 25-30 pounds with a $60-70 retail value. High Plains Food Bank is hosting a qualifying event in Pampa and hopes to attract local seniors (60 years and older), as well as those in surrounding communities.
Pampa ISD in need of school supply donations for 'Back to School Bash'
On Monday, Aug. 13, volunteers will gather to stuff backpacks with all supplies needed for Pampa ISD children. The backpacks will be handed out at the'Back to School Bash' on Saturday, Aug. 18for eligible students.To pre-register for a backpack, click here.
New educators attend Borger ISD Boot Camp
“We are learning about TEKS and CITW (Classroom Instruction That Works),” said Paul Hodge, new teacher for Borger ISD. “We learn how to play and use the TEKS and put them into the classroom setting.”
Two-A-Days Road Trip: Borger Bulldogs
Borger, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) - The Borger Bulldogs will no longer be playing on a natural grass field as they will unveil their new stadium this season. Their first home game will take place the second week of the season, as they will host Lubbock High. As for the team they will be lead up front as the
Fritch Police Chief Resigns; Interim Chief Named
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100 Club, Bubba's 33 hosting fundraiser to buy APD new SWAT vehicle
AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) -Diners in Amarillo will get a chance to help APD update their SWAT rescue equipment.The Texas Panhandle 100 Club and Bubba's 33 are hosting a fundraising night for Amarillo Police Department's SWAT unit topurchase a new Armored Rescue Vehicle.Their current vehicle has been plagu
Up 4 Adoption: Chloe
On August 25, Amarillo Panhandle Humane Society is sponsoring the Back-to-School Bash featuring Matt Martindale and Charlie Shafter. Matt was the lead singer for Coder Graw and Charlie is a mainstay in the DFW music scene. The show will open with a Battle of the Bands. Four local bands will compete
Officials Investigate Alleged Relationship Between Stinnett ISD Employee and Student
On August 9, Rangers and the FBI arrested Kevin Gibson on the warrant. He was taken to the Randall County jail. Gibson was employed as a support staff member and has since resigned, according to law enforcement.
LIFESTAR Air Medical Transport Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary
“We are proud of the growth and service we’ve been able to provide in bringing world class patient care to the people of the Texas Panhandle and nearby states,” said Med-Trans President Rob Hamilton. “To mark this historic 25thanniversary, we’ll be hosting a gala celebration at the new Downtown Emba
Two-A-Days Road Trip: Sanford-Fritch Eagles
Fritch, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) - The Sanford-Fritch Eagles were a playoff team last season. They will look to make a deeper run this year with lots of expierence coming back to this team from last season. They will have 8 returning starters on offense, and 8 returning starters on defense as well. They wi
Senator Seliger Hosting Town Hall Meetings throughout District 31 Starting Monday
State Senator Kel Seliger is kicking off his annual tour of Senate District 31, conducting town hall meetings across the Panhandle, South Plains and Permian Basin to discuss the activities leading up to the 86th Legislature.
Pioneer announces sale of West Panhandle assets
Pioneer Natural Resources Company announced earlier this week it has signed a purchase agreement to sell its assets in the western Texas Panhandle. The sale, which is to an undisclosed buyer, is for $201 million, according to Pioneer’s website.In a statement, company President and CEO Timothy L. Dov
Swinford replaces Johnson on DEDC board
The Dumas Economic Development Corporation (DEDC) Board of Directors voted unanimously in their regular meeting on Tuesday to approve David Swinford as the replacement for Chris Johnson, who resigned after eight years as a member of the board."I have learned a lot … working with the other board memb
Heart of the High Plains: Remember to RSVP
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is a community-based project. As such, there must be a real sense of local ownership and a spirit of partnership among the community and its partner organizations. The RSVP Advisory Council is a core group of individuals that provides broad representation geo
Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument Presents "Alibates Star Party"
Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument is located in a remote location, but provides one of the best viewing locations of the night skies in the Texas Panhandle. The Alibates Star Party is scheduled for Saturday, August 11, 2018. This event is part of the Night Skies Program in which we celebrate
Up 4 Adoption: Breaking Records
Amarillo Panhandle Humane Society had the best July ever. 328 animals went to new homes. For the first time in years, more animals stayed in the community than left through rescue. In fact, adoptions and owner reclaims exceeded euthanization.
Spearman ISD volunteer to be honored by State Board of Education
The State Board of Education of Texas announced Sheryl Meek, of Spearman Independent School District, as a recipient of the 2018 Heroes for Children Award for Region 15.
High Plains Food Bank Seeks to Expand Senior Food Program to Childress and Pampa
High Plains Food Bank (HPFB) is expanding the senior adult food program to Childress and Pampa, Texas, in an effort to offer eligible senior adults a resource for quality, supplemental nutrition.
Miami, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Louisville, Kansas unveil new Adidas Primekit A1 uniforms
Today must have been reveal day for a handful of Adidas partners. Miami, Texas A&M, Nebraska, Louisville, and Kansas all showed off some first looks at their brand new uniforms to be worn for the upcoming college football season, all courtesy of uniform and apparel partner Adidas.
One Dead Following Morning Wreck in Pampa
According to the City of Amarillo, around 7:15 a.m., the Pampa Police Department was dispatched to a traffic accident on the 1200 block of N. Price Rd.