The Amarillo City Council has put together a new program called the Task Force for Greatness which is a group that tackles different issues in the city like social justice issues, equity issues and any other problems that come about.
Obesity has been a high risk factor for COVID. Gyms continue to see a decrease in the number of people working out at their facilities. Now there are other health risks people are facing during the pandemic.
Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare building is a proposition 2 project that was voted by the public for public safety and animal management. The facility has been in construction since February. The city's approval has allowed the project to stay under the $1.4 million budget.
Today students at River Road Middle school are participating in a 24 hours of silence project. A theater teacher created this assignment and students are not allowed to use words in any form for an entire day.
Concert halls have stayed closed since the start of the pandemic resulting in them to possibly permanently close forever, Leftwoods music venue in Amarillo is seeking for help through the NIVA organization.