A new franchise envisions being a helpful source for homeowners and architects across Amarillo and the Panhandle. Their virtual architectural designs help clients visualize designs before breaking ground.
Curry County, along with the villages of Grady and Melrose, have received over $1 million in Quality of Life grants from the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration, Local Government Division, according to a press release.
Joseph’s Project, a program created by Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle, aims to provide free material assistance, adoption information, pregnancy tests and parenting education for new families.
We are proud to partner with the High Plains Food Bank yet again this year for the Together We Can Holiday Food and Fund Drive, an annual effort to help feed nearly 10,000 hungry families in the Texas Panhandle during the holidays.