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Five Florida teenagers will not be prosecuted after they videotaped and mocked a disabled man as he drowned and didn't help.Prosecutors told Florida Today the teens could not be prosecuted because there is no state law that requires a bystander to help or

President Donald Trump says people who invade the U.S. must immediately be sent back to their countries and not be given a court hearing.Trump tweets Sunday that the U.S. immigration system is laughed at all over the world and is very unfair to individuals

It is the final chapter for A & D Bookstore in Amarillo after more than 60 years of business. A&D Bookstore initially started selling bibles over six decades ago and has become a staple for teachers and religious leaders around the panhandle community. Deb

The Market hosts live music and a diverse mix of everything the Panhandle has to offer. Come check out what our vendors have for you - herbs & veggies, baked goods, live plants, cut flowers, jellies, jams & pickles, arts & crafts. The Amarillo Community Market is a partnership between Center City of Amarillo and a group of passionate community members that love all things local. 2018 Market runs June 9-October 6th!

The Texas Society of Professional Engineers announced its award recipients on Thursday at its annual awards luncheon, and honored Eric West, P.E., F.NSPE, Principal and Director of Site Development...

Oftentimes we say to our kids, “you should be kind… show her some kindness… can you please be kind to your little brother?” But it is my prayer that we will begin to teach them in practical ways how to show kindness. When situations present themselves, to ask them, what would be the kind response or how would the Holy Spirit have you respond
I am always challenged with my own children when we are discussing things like this. I am under more…

Amarillo College has hundreds of offerings that will pique your interest whether you are a budding artist or needing CEUs. Our Continuing Education courses are designed to educate, excite, and train no matter your need or interest. Check out our complete course offerings below broken out by interest group.

Transition, resiliency and growth are words we associate with the healing journey of grief
Looking back at 2017 these words apply to the center itself. It was a year full of change, challenge and progress. In the articles that follow, you will read stories of change embodied in the lives of those we serve, those who serve (volunteers), our programs and our staff.
The center experienced the challenge of transition early in the year when the executive director resigned after the sudden death…

Here’s our Chamber Minute for June 18th through June 24th. We’ve got 1 ribbon cutting, and 5 new members to welcome, and our Summer Celebration evening. But ...

Summer is here, and you know what that means: 'tis the season of beach-bods, tans, and having a social life again. It's time to...

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“How are you doing?”
“I am fine.”
But I am tired of fine. I am asking the Lord to teach me…teach me to be content in all things and to find joy
We have all said it…I’m fine. Which can mean a multitude of things. I’m fine can mean “I don’t have time to get into it.” Or, “I wouldn’t share with you if my life depended on it.” I’m fine can mean “I want you to dig deeper or back off this…

For more than 40 years, Maurice Cheeks has brought great distinction to West Texas A&M University (WT) with his outstanding career as a player and coach in the National Basketball Association and his recent induction into the prestigious Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. WT, along with the help of teammates, peers, friends and fans, will honor Cheeks with a bronze statue on campus and the establishment…