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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) 2020 Updates
GoFundMe Already Created To Raise Money To Fight City Ordinance
That didn't take long.
Center City Has Decided To Cancel The Electric Light Parade
The Electric Light Parade will not be happening in 2020.
The Amarillo Bulls Put A Hold On Part Of Their Season
With the numbers going up in Amarillo the announcements coming out is really not a surprise. We have to be smart and find a way to get back to normal but safely. There once again has been some pauses or cancellations.
Amarillo Considering Fines For Not Following Covid-19 Rules
If you've been keeping watch on everything that's going on, you had to know something like this was coming.
Amarillo High School And Caprock Put Some Sports On Hold
Due to the rise of COVID-19 in the Amarillo area, Amarillo High School and Caprock have put some sports on hold
Your Chance To Say Goodbye To 2020 In The Best Way
I think the one thing we can all agree on this year is how bad 2020 has been. I mean we have now lived through a pandemic. There have been way too many things cancelled. We are now in November and things still haven't changed.
WTAMU's December Graduation Ceremony Is Going Virtual
The news immediately made me think back to earlier this year when everything went virtual or drive through.
Amarillo Salvation Army Looking For Volunteer Bell Ringers
We all recognize the iconic Red Kettles that are manned with Salvation Army volunteers with their bells ringing loudly. Now, the Salvation Army needs volunteer bell ringers
Potter County To Close All State Buildings For Two Weeks
Starting Tuesday, Nov. 10, County Judge Nancy Tanner ordered all Potter County buildings to close for two weeks.
BurgerFi Amarillo Asking For Donations For Laid Off Employees
BurgerFi is asking for help for laid off employees