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Canyon Timeline For Opening Public Services and Facilities
While Canyon is following all orders put in place by Governor Abbott, they have announced some public services and facilities are reopening.
Yum! Sonic Introduces A Red Bull Summer Edition Watermelon Slush
Summer is pretty much here, and I love nothing more than to grab a big ol' Route 44 Sonic Slush on these really hot Texas panhandle days.
Shop Online Now And Donate To The High Plains Food Bank
Did you know that you can purchase a full case of canned vegetables and fruit to donate to the High Plains Food Bank for only $10?
Camping Returns To Lake Meredith In Time For Memorial Day Weekend
Just in time for the unofficial start to the summer season, Lake Meredith National Recreation Area has announced that camping will resume at all primitive and developed campgrounds.
Texas Is Among The States That Have The Fewest Virus Restrictions
You maybe surprised to find out that Texas is in the top 15 of states that have the fewest coronavirus restrictions on their citizens.
A Few Casinos In The Region Are Ready For You To Come Play
We know that Texas is slowly reopening and getting back to business. But what about Oklahoma and New Mexico? You know, our neighbors with the casinos!
8 Weird West Texas Laws That Are Still Active In 2020
Have you ever taken time to really dig into what is technically illegal in your town? You'd be surprised what is still against the law in Texas.
TxDOT Offices Are The Latest Hit By Hacker Ransomware
Amarillo City and Potter County was hit by a ransomware attack in 2019, and now another Texas government agency has just announced they have been hit as well.
Southeast Amarillo Murder Remains Unsolved, Reward Increased
It reads like a story from a true crime novel. A man is found murdered in his car, in a park, with no known witnesses. Now, Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs your help.
Amarillo Walmart Stores To Begin Offering Covid Testing On Site
Testing will be available to healthcare workers, first responders, senior citizens, and those with symptoms as established by the CDC.
This is What Amarillo Wants In Our Mall after Coronavirus
We asked on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, that if you could have any store or restaurant in Westgate Mall, what would it be?
Historic Photos Show The Construction Of The Lake Meredith Dam
Before Lake Meredith existed just outside of the town of Fritch, the Canadian River flowed freely through the area and the town of Sanford.