Summer Celebration

  Industry leaders discuss what brings people to Canadian

With oil and gas and agriculture leading Canadian’s economy, they have created two conferences to allow people in the industry to dive deeper and learn about the latest industry updates with expert speakers.

  Sunset Park to receive electrical upgrade for events

  The Last Cowboy’s Court being refurbished into 1950’s chic boutique

  River Valley Pioneer Museum captures history, preserves stories for future generations

  R&R Machine Works serving cattle and animal feeding industries worldwide

  Dalhart Wolves look to build on comeback 2018 season

  Historic La Rita Performing Arts Theatre open year round

Continued Coverage

Rico Aviation provides emergency service for Dalhart community and surrounding areas

  Telemedicine Program at Coon Memorial Hospital allows patients in Dalhart to speak with doctors in Amarillo or Lubbock

  XIT Rodeo and Reunion prepares for world’s largest free barbecue

  Why Summer Celebration is so important to NewsChannel 10

  The Memphis Cyclones are filled with hometown pride

  ’The Memphis on the Red beats them all by a mile’: Recognizing the people who helped shape the City of Memphis

  Memphis economy relying on cotton, new small businesses

Memphis takes pride in its cotton while also pushing for more small businesses.

  Memphis is home to Texas’ only survivor of the USS Indianapolis

Memphis is home to Texas’ only survivor of the USS Indianapolis.

  TxDOT and City of Memphis working to repair streets surrounding the courthouse

TxDOT in Childress and the City of Memphis are working on a project to repair the streets surrounding the courthouse.

  Members of Preservation Foundation working to preserve old Presbyterian church in Memphis

Members of the Preservation Foundation in Memphis continue to work to preserve the old Presbyterian church.

  Guymon Tigers fueled by community support

  Guymon Fire Department preserving history, serving the community

  Guymon city officials proud of improving the city and keeping the ‘small town feel’

  Agriculture driving Guymon economy, casino and soccer complex in progress

  Guymon Public Schools expanding, creating new initiatives

  Guymon community honoring veterans with banners

  City of Borger economy thriving with small businesses and big industry

The City of Borger is growing with the help of its businesses, large and small.

  Frank Phillips College expanding its nursing program

Frank Phillips College is expanding its nursing program.

  Borger ISD schools to have a new look this Fall

Borger ISD schools will have a new look come this Fall.

  City of Borger developing ‘Boomtown 2040’ comprehensive plan

The City of Borger continues to develop its comprehensive plan, called Boomtown 2040.

  A Look Back at ‘Boom Town’: City of Borger celebrates 93 years

Established in 1926, the city of Borger is 93-years-old this year.

  Borger Bulldogs look to thrive under new head coach Duane Toliver

After winning only one game last season, the Borger Bulldogs hope its a different story under new head coach Duane Toliver.

  NewsChannel 10 celebrates 25 years of Summer Celebration

NewsChannel 10 is celebrating 25 years of Summer Celebration and telling the stories of the towns in our area.

Center City and NewsChannel10 partner for 25th High Noon on the Square season

Ed Montana will help kick off the season on Wednesday, June 5 with hamburgers by the Coors Cowboy Club for $8 at the Potter County Courthouse.

Dates and details for High Noon on the Square

NewsChannel 10 and Center City of Amarillo are partnering for the 15th season of High Noon on the Square.