San Jacinto Christian Academy to host “Love Thy Neighbor” walk

The San Jacinto Christian Academy is hosting a “Love Thy Neighbor” fundraising walk this Wednesday to show the neighborhood how much it means to the school.

Easter weekend events happening around the Panhandle

  Egg-citing Easter activities in Amarillo

  Panhandle PBS to screen urban violence documentary, discussion to follow

United Family to celebrate Earth Day with free reusable bags

This Weekend in the Panhandle

  Registration open to become addiction recovery family support coach

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  Deadline approaching to volunteer for City of Amarillo advisory boards

  7 Dumas students place in nationwide welding competition

  Channing Volunteer Fire Department hosting community appreciation hamburger meal

  Dumas Chief of Police retires, new chief sworn in

  24 Hours in the Canyon welcomes therapy dog for cancer survivors

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition to host meeting on foster system

  Registration open for Workforce Solutions Job Fair

The Workforce Solutions Job Fair is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30, and the deadline to register to have a booth at the job fair is coming up.

  Holocaust survivor to speak at WTAMU about Auschwitz experience

Irving Roth, a Holocaust survivor, will speak at West Texas A&M University on Wednesday, April 17 about his experience at Auschwitz.

  Deadline approaching for Amarillo Community Market vendor applications

Food, produce, and art and craft vendors have until Monday, April 15 to submit their vendor applications for the Amarillo Community Market.

Registration deadline approaching for Older Americans Talent Show

The Area Agency of Aging is getting ready to host the Older Americans Month Celebration and the registration deadline for the Older Americans Talent Show is approaching quickly.

  FirstCapital Bank to host free shred week

  Cold, wet weather causes weekend event cancellations

  Good News with Doppler Dave: Tracking tornadoes in the 21st Century

  Arena of Life Church to host weekend auction to help fund missions

Community invited to “Discover for a Dollar” at Don Harrington Discovery Center

  Kids, Inc. weekend competitions rescheduled, moved inside due to weather

BSA Health System holding Semi-Annual Care Fair

On Saturday, April 13, BSA will host the community-wide health fair in the BSA auditorium from 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m.

Lawn Irrigation Workshop happening this weekend

The workshop is designed to help homeowners using domestic wells for lawn irrigation to conserve water.

  Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas hosting free Law Conference and Resource Fair

Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas is hosting a free Law Conference and Resource Fair this weekend.

  Amarillo police holding annual ‘Shred-It Day’ event

Organizers said up to four boxes or bags of sensitive documents will be accepted for on-site destruction.

  Skunk tests positive for rabies in Sherman County

A skunk tested positive for rabies last week according to the Office of Emergency Management in Sherman County.

Amarillo College hosting meeting of national DOE advisory board for hazardous materials training

Amarillo College will host a meeting of the national DOE advisory board that helps oversee hazardous materials training.

  WTAMU hosting Color Charge 5K, 1 mile run

West Texas A&M University will host a Color Charge 5K/1 mile run on Friday, April 12.

  First Barrio Arts Project Committee meeting scheduled for April 11

The first Barrio Arts Project Committee meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 11.

Friends of the Hutchinson County Library hosting 2019 Spring Book Sale

Both rooms of the north side of the Borger Library will be open for buyers to purchase books and support the Friends of the Hutchinson County Library.

  OPSU to host annual art fest tomorrow

The Oklahoma Panhandle State University Art Department will be hosting their 21st Annual Panhandle Area Art Jubilee tomorrow.

  Hereford teacher wins statewide award for social studies

Hereford teacher Richard Lamascus received a surprise award yesterday that recognizes outstanding social studies teachers in Texas.

  Senator Heinrich’s staff visiting Clayton to provide constituent service

U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich’s staff will be visiting Clayton this week in an effort to provide constituent services.

  2019 Amarillo Policeman’s Ball to benefit local Police Exploring Post

Dress code for the event will be semi-formal.

  Rick Bousquet named Amarillo Botanical Garden’s Executive Director

He has advised other nonprofits on strategic planning, board development, marketing, operations and development for the past four years.

  Canyon City Manager to retire, assistant city manager named interim

City Manager Randy Criswell is leaving Canyon and the city commission has named Assistant City Manager Jon Behrens as their Interim City Manager.

  Amarillo election candidates to hold forum on Tuesday

Candidates running for Amarillo City Commission and Mayoral races will be holding a candidates forum on Tuesday.

  Clovis Community College invites public to see world-class illusionist

The public is invited to see illusionist Vitaly tomorrow, hosted by Clovis Community College and the Citizens Bank of Clovis.

  City of Amarillo schedules public meetings for Woodlands area road project

The City of Amarillo has scheduled a meeting for tomorrow for residents of the Woodlands area regarding an upcoming road improvement project.

  Martha’s Home to host 11th Annual Second Chance Prom

Martha’s Home will be hosting its 11th annual Second Chance Prom on Saturday.

  Shark Tank helps local business turn success into wishes

Shark Tank helps local business turn success into wishes

  Governor Abbot invites entrepreneurs in Texas Panhandle to small business workshop

Partners for the event include the Office of the Governor, the Texas Workforce Commission, the High Ground of Texas and the Plainview Chamber of Commerce.

  Novelist to speak at WTAMU on growing up in Texas

He plans to discuss the relation of his work to the American West and the impact of growing up there today.

  Lanes to be closed on US 87/287 on Friday as Xcel pulls new lines

Traffic delays could be expected on Friday as Xcel Energy pulls new lines across the roadway, causing lane closures on US 87/287.

  National Park Service lists Hansford County Courthouse in National Register of Historic Places

The National Park Service has officially listed the Hansford County Courthouse in the National Register of Historic Places.

  Annual Relay For Life to ‘Give Cancer the Boot’ in Amarillo on Saturday

The annual Relay For Life fundraiser for the American Cancer Society kicks off this Saturday in Amarillo to ‘Give Cancer the Boot’.

  Public invited to collect litter around Palo Duro High as part of citywide cleanup

The Amarillo Citywide Spring Cleanup is kicking off this Saturday and the public is invited to help collect litter around Palo Duro High School.

  Enrollment open for Texas A&M AgriLife natural resources program

Enrollment is now open for the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Texas Master Naturalist training class.

  You’re invited to the Hodgetown ribbon cutting event

The official ribbon cutting of Hodgetown is happening Thursday, April 4.

  WTAMU hosting event focused on creating culture of consent

A lecture at West Texas A&M University will address the goal of creating a culture of consent to prevent sexual assaults.

  Amarillo community members service the High Plains Food Bank’s garden

Amarillo ISD AmeriCorps Students, Home Instruction for Pre-Schoolers and the Retired Senior Volunteer Program spent Tuesday morning working together on the service project.

  CNS Pantex to invest in local nonprofits with new community grants

Consolidated Nuclear Security’s Pantex Community Investment Fund is investing in nonprofits in the Panhandle thanks to a new round of employee-directed community grants.

  WTAMU to host debate on legalizing recreational marijuana

West Texas A&M University will host a debate on legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.

Ceremony to honor fallen veterans at Panhandle War Memorial

A ceremony on Wednesday, April 3 will salute forgotten heroes before a procession leaves Thursday, April 4 to take their remains to a final resting place.

  Agencies in Hall County to host pet vaccination clinics

Two fire departments in Hall County will be hosting pet vaccination clinics after four confirmed cases of rabies in the county.

  Area organization to host educational sessions on investing

The West Texas chapter of BetterInvesting will be hosting free educational sessions this week on investing and personal finances.

  City of Amarillo taking grant applications for murals around the city

The city is allocating $30,000 in total for the Mural Grant Program, with $6,000 earmarked for distribution among the four quadrants of the city plus the Central Business District.

Amarillo area lane closures

All projects are subject to change due to weather, emergency work and other unexpected events.

Texans across the state join forces to clear Texas roadsides of trash

The Texas Department of Transportation encourages Texans to volunteer and clear Texas roadsides of trash on April 6th.

NASA Space Mission Commander Captain Mark Kelly to speak at WTAMU

NASA Space Mission Commander Captain Mark Kelly will speak at West Texas A&M University this week as the Distinguished Lecture Series keynote speaker.

City extends Amarillo’s cardboard recycling program

Locations for cardboard recycling are the Amarillo Civic Center, Sam’s Club, Bentley & Associates, and St. Hyacinth Church.

Code Blue Warming Station activated for Saturday night

The warming station will be activated Saturday, March 30 at 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Sunday, March 31.

  Registration open for conference for families of children with disabilities

Registration is now open for this Saturday’s Route 66 Parent Conference, a conference for families of children with disabilities or special healthcare needs.

  Arts in the Sunset to present replicas of official Amarillo flag

Arts in the Sunset has created three replicas of the official Amarillo flag, two of which will be presented to the City of Amarillo and the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce.

  FirstBank Southwest Amarillo receives award for rainwater harvesting system

FirstBank Southwest Amarillo has received an award from the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) for its rainwater collection system.

  Amarillo Sod Poodles release game day parking information

The Amarillo Sod Poodles have released the 2019 general game day parking information.

  Progress made on historic WTAMU white buffalo statue

A piece of history in Canyon will soon be making its way to the new West Texas A&M football stadium.

  'That’s right, they’re called the Sod Poodles’: Amarillo Sod Poodles release official team anthem

Today, the Amarillo Sod Poodles released their official “Sod Poodles Anthem.”

  Upcoming panel to discuss relationship between American West, gender, Red Dead Redemption II

Clips from the video game will be shown at the panel, and the members will have the opportunity to connect the clips to gender-related topics.

  Education Foundation of Canyon ISD holding 2019 Benefit Gala

Partnerships can be purchased by calling Kelly Norman at (806) 677-2605 or by sending an email.

  Sharing Hope Ministry hosting 19th Annual Hope Fest

Sharing Hope Ministry is hosting the 19th Annual Hope Fest on Thursday, March 28.

  Amarillo Jersey Mike’s to donate 100 percent of Wednesday sales to charity

100 percent of sales from this Wednesday at Jersey Mike’s in Amarillo will be donated to Children’s Miracle Network of Amarillo.

  Amarillo church to hold Easter service at new ballpark

Paramount Baptist Church will be holding a special Easter service at Amarillo’s new ballpark, Hodgetown, in April.

  Memphis PD issues city-wide quarantine of pets after multiple confirmed rabies cases

The Memphis Police Department issued a letter to residents today insisting they keep their animals at home after four confirmed cases of rabies in skunks in the town.

  Castro County Hospital District to hold grand opening of new senior living facility

The Castro County Hospital District is hosting a grand opening for its new senior living facility, Country View Living, on Tuesday.

  Amarillo College encouraging students to participate in civic engagement, voting

Amarillo College is encouraging students to participate in civic engagement and voting throughout a new campaign called “101 Reasons - 1 Week|1 Vote.”

  Refuse to Quit! Citywide Women’s Conference 2019 encouraging women to persevere

The Refuse to Quit! Citywide Women’s Conference 2019 is happening this weekend.

  West Texas A&M hosts goat roping competition to benefit AG program

This would be the first time students from West Texas A&M Agriculture program will travel and study in Australia.

Tickets on sale for concert benefiting Kwahadi Museum

Tickets are now on sale for an evening of country music in benefit to the Kwahadi Museum of the American Indian.