Amarillo veterans receive therapy tying fishing flies

The Amarillo Fly Guys club partnered with the Veterans Resource Center, by providing supplies to help veterans tie fishing flies and learn the benefits that come with it.

  International ministry team to bring REBOOT youth event to Amarillo

James Bowie Middle School accepting sock donations for Amarillo homeless

The power of giving: Amarillo woman recognized for donating kidney to man in need

Code Blue Warming Station activated for Monday night

Fritch issues voluntary boil water notice for next week

2019 YC3 guest list boasts ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,’ ‘Star Trek: TNG’ stars

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Amarillo Zoo seeking ZOOCrew volunteers

Public invited to audition for Sod Poodles game day entertainment

Code Blue Warming Station activated for Sunday night

Filing period closed for candidates seeking local office positions

Students handcraft bowls to raise money for food insecurity in Amarillo

Canadian recognized as designated film friendly city

Texas DPS offices closed for Presidents’ Day

No DPS services, including drivers license services, will be offered on Monday.

This Weekend in the Panhandle

If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, we’ve got you covered.

United Way status report shows major area of concern in Potter and Randall counties

United Way of Amarillo & Canyon has released their 2018 Community Status Report, which showed Potter and Randall counties having major areas of struggle in health.

Deadline for May 4 election filing on Friday

The City of Amarillo announced that Friday, Feb. 15 is the last day to file an application to be on the May 4 ballot for Amarillo City Council.

  Sod Poodles job fair to include variety of seasonal positions

AQHA explores moving HQ to Forth Worth

9 AISD students representing the area at All-State Band and Choir performances

Amarillo organization invites community to engage in group dialogue

TX Panhandle fire departments struggling to train, field new volunteers

Habitat for Humanity Restore prepares to open its doors at new location

  Amarillo event promotes health advocacy for Panhandle women

The event is $10 per person and will include dinner and door prizes.

Hereford newspaper gets second chance after former employee purchases the publication

The Hereford BRAND is gaining new life after a former employee made the big decision to purchase the newspaper after it was said to close after 118 years.

Registration open for Maverick Boys and Girls Club spring break camp

Registration is now open for the Maverick Boys and Girls Club of Amarillo’s spring break camp.

City of Amarillo’s mobile health clinic open at new site

The City of Amarillo Public Health Department’s mobile health clinic will be open this Thursday at Civic Circle.

March for Babies season kicks off in the Panhandle

More than $150,000 was raised last year to help fight for the health of all moms and babies.

Funeral service to be held after sudden loss of Portales firefighter

A funeral service will be held tomorrow in Dora, New Mexico after the sudden loss of a Portales paramedic and firefighter.

New fire truck, North Amarillo development on city council agenda

Today’s meeting will begin at 1:00 p.m. at the Amarillo City Hall in the Council Chamber located on the third floor.

Black History Month kicks off at Amarillo Public Library

Leaders from the African-American community are invited to read at each Story Time throughout the month of February, and all are invited to attend.

Canadian celebrates the life of Thomas Brown

Today, the community of Canadian gathered to commemorate the life of Thomas Brown, who went missing more than two years go.

Coffee, cafes and brunch: New restaurants are opening up in Amarillo

Some Amarillo business owners are seeing success in the area and venturing out to create new businesses.

Memorial service to honor Thomas Brown on February 2

A memorial service for Thomas Brown has been scheduled for Saturday, February 2.

Streets to be blocked off, shuttle buses available for memorial service for Sgt. Meddock

Officials with the City of Spearman say they anticipate a large amount of people in Spearman for the memorial service for Sgt. Cameron Meddock.

Amarillo Zoo to host paint night

The Amarillo Zoo will be hosting Corks and Canvas, a paint night, at the zoo next weekend.

Amarillo businesses team up to provide free haircuts, dental products to homeless

Baxter’s Kutz and Allington Dental are teaming up to provide free haircuts, shaves and dental products to those in need next Monday.

New ESL program looking for volunteers

A new English Second Language program is starting through Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle.

Potter County Sheriff’s Office donates to Cancer Survivorship Center and Turn Center

The Potter County Sheriff’s Office recently donated more than $2,600 to two local non-profit organizations.

First Friday Art Walk to highlight Black History Month

The First Friday Art Walk for February is planned to highlight Black History Month.

Tickets available for Family Support Services Mardi Gras Party

Tickets are available for the upcoming Mardi Gras Party hosted by Family Support Services.

PEN Project works to advocate for Texas Panhandle families

Local parents and professionals are invited to come together to continue advocating for children with disabilities.

APD to implement new safety initiative that files crimes in federal court

Project Safe Neighborhood plans to better detain violent criminals in Amarillo by filing crimes in federal court.

2019 March for Babies Kickoff happening next week

According to a news release, March for Babies is the biggest annual March of Dimes fundraiser, raising more than $150,000 last year to help lead the fight for the health of all moms and babies.

Donations needed for Extraordinary Special Prom

Fresh Start of Monroe, Inc. is gearing up to host the upcoming Extraordinary Special Prom, but they are still in need of donated clothes.

  Xcel Energy Foundation grants $20,000 to help area homeless

The Xcel Energy Foundation has given Amarillo’s Guyon Saunders Resource Center a $20,000 grant to help the area homeless population stay warm during the cold weather.

Save a life and help an area school and student at the 10th Annual Kids Inc Donor Days Blood Drive

The event is Tuesday, January 29, from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m at Coffee Memorial Blood Center on 7500 Wallace Boulevard.

Code Blue Warming Station going active until Tuesday morning

The Code Blue Warming Station will be activated on Monday night until Tuesday morning for those needing shelter to stay warm.

Nominations open for 37th annual Golden Nail awards for the arts

Nominations are currently open and will be accepted until Feb. 7.

Deputy Randy Tinsley honored as First Responder of Distinction

Tinsley was nominated for the honor by Potter County Sheriff Brian Thomas.

Beatlemania Preview Party - A Night with Ron Campbell

Beatlemania Preview Party tickets are 25 dollars and will include food, drinks, and live entertainment with a Beatles cover band.

TxDOT to hold Open House to discuss Darrouzett Creek bridge replacement

The open house is designed to inform locals of the proposed bridge upgrades, safety improvements, and potential traffic impacts.

City of Amarillo to hold free health fair

The City of Amarillo is holding a free community health fair this weekend.

Special Olympics Texas to host Polar Plunge

Take the plunge this weekend and get freezin' for a reason for the Special Olympics Texas Polar Plunge.

Clovis Red Cross to hold ‘Sound the Alarm’ fire safety event

The New Mexico Chapter of the American Red Cross is holding a ‘Sound the Alarm’ home fire safety and smoke alarm installation event this weekend in Clovis in effort to help reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by home fires.

Amarillo church paying utility bills of federal workers

The Central Church of Christ in Amarillo is aiding those affected by the government shutdown by paying for federal workers' utility bills.

PPHM giving free admission to furloughed workers

The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum is offering free admission to federal workers who have been affected by the government shutdown.

Six Car Pub & Brewery partners with City of Amarillo’s “Coming Home” program

From January 24 through the 27, Six Car Pub & Brewery is donating $1 to the “Coming Home” program for every person who visits.

Amarillo Business Women select Amarillo Angels as 2019 nonprofit of the year

Each year, the Amarillo Business Women select a nonprofit that goes above and beyond and for 2019, the honor goes to the Amarillo Angels for their community efforts.

Amarillo Little Theatre to offer free tickets to federal workers this weekend

The Amarillo Little Theater is offering free tickets to federal workers and their families this weekend for their final run of ‘Over the River and Through the Woods’.

Sharing Hope Ministry seeking mentors

Sharing Hope Ministries is seeking mentors for their Stepping Stones program.

  ‘If Walls Could Talk’: North Heights Art Show celebrates history

All work will be on sale and proceeds will benefit the North Heights Community.

Government shutdown could affect local Emergency Safe House

If the government shutdown lasts until March first, non-profit agencies such as Family Support Services,would lose a large amount of funding that goes towards helping victims at their domestic violence Safe House.

Amarillo Sod Poodles launch concession fundraising opportunity for nonprofits

The Amarillo Sod Poodles are launching fundraising opportunities for nonprofits through its concession stands at Hodgetown this season.

AFD pushes ‘Close Before You Doze’ campaign

The Amarillo Fire Department is pushing a campaign called ‘Close Before You Doze’, reminding the community to make closing doors at night part of people’s bedtime routine.

Texans urged to budget February SNAP benefits

Local agencies are urging families to preserve SNAP benefits as the government shutdown enters second month

AOMS to host academic advantage event

The Amarillo Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery will be hosting their third annual Academic Advantage event on Saturday.

League of Women Voters to host program on Legal Aid

The League of Women Voters will be hosting a program by a staff attorney with Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas on Wednesday.

Borger Biblical Wellness Center to reopen

The Biblical Wellness Center in Borger is reopening its doors and now accepting applications for their six month program in February.

Guymon Police Department asking for donations for K9 Poker

The Guymon Police Department is asking for donations for equipment for the department’s K9, Poker.

Amarillo community marches in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

This morning all races of the community gathered to be a part of Amarillo’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day march.

Merrick to offer free pet food to federal workers

Amarillo-based Merrick Pet Care, Inc. has partnered with Amarillo Animal Management & Welfare to offer free dog and cat food to government employees affected by the shutdown.

Amarillo NAACP remembers Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy

The Amarillo chapter of the NAACP is celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through its annual march.

Amarillo NAACP hosts Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day March

Meet at MLK Park, 1501 W. Amarillo Blvd. at 11:30 a.m. to march to the Potter County Courthouse.

Closures for Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday

For Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which falls on the third Monday of every January, many offices have altered their schedules in observance of the federal holiday.

Women’s Wave March, sponsored by Indivisible Amarillo coincides with marches across the U.S.

This year, the theme was Women’s Wave, aimed at recognizing the strides women have made being elected into office this past November and highlighting current concerns for women.

Amarillo libraries to hold ‘Blind Date with a Book’ contest

Beginning on Tuesday, Amarillo libraries will be holding a ‘Blind Date with a Book’ contest.

Amarillo branch of NAACP hosting march for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The Amarillo branch of the NAACP will host a march to commemorate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 21.

Annual Ornamental and Turf Conference happening next week

The 2019 Ornamental and Turf Conference will take place next week at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center.

Good News with Dave: Enjoy some food and fun at Amarillo’s food trucks

As we see in this week’s edition of ‘Good News with Doppler Dave’, recent developments have spurred an increase in dining options for area customers as more and more trucks are entering the food scene.

Community encouraged to connect with Amarillo police program on Snapchat

The Amarillo Police Explorers program is expanding its social media platforms to better communicate with Amarillo's youth by creating a Snapchat account.