Three years ago, the city of Borger passed a bond worth more than 40 million dollars to help renew and restore the school district. Today renovations are complete with the only thing needing to be done is landscape at the high school.
COVID-19 cases in public schools should be more easily accessible by next week. The city of Amarillo, the Department of State Health and the Texas American Federation of Teachers all announced COVID-19 trackers in public school districts.
Students at West Texas A&M University are hoping to slow the spread of the coronavirus this school year through a student led initiative. At least 35 other colleges and universities are part of the college health alliance of Texas.
There have been many changes to how school looks this year in response to COVID-19 and since school started at River Road ISD, Kim Terry, the food service director says the pandemic is having an impact on student lunches.
For some in Amarillo the last time they saw their parent or sibling in-person and not through a window or screen of an assisted living center was five months ago. For some, this is an issue that has no end in sight.
Dana Kimmell has been teaching kindergarten for five years now.When she saw a Facebook post going around causing fear in parents about returning to school with COVID-19 a threat, she took to social media to share her own opinions.
The empty hospital with boarded up windows and broken glass will soon be receiving a make-over, and now, sooner than later after the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs approved housing tax credits for the project.