An Amarillo Club is helping people sharpen their presentation skills. The Amarillo Coffee Weekenders Toastmasters Club met for the first time at the Coffee Memorial Blood Center. The club is aimed to help those with a fear of public speaking to have a fear no more, and to build critical thinking skills to become better listeners. The club will meet
A panhandle community is celebrating a milestone in Hutchinson County. The city of Borger is celebrating it's 88th birthday in style. The Hutchinson County Museum invited a panel of women who lived in the city through the years, reminiscing on Borger's rich and sometimes rough past. Borger Museum Director Clay Renick says, "these people experience this place- it was rough,
Just in time for severe wather season, the Don Harrington Discovery Center is breaking down the science of storms for you and me to see. March 8 wrapped up weathering the storm, the science of severe weather event, with our own Chief Meteorologist John Harris on hand to teach people about severe weather season. Officials with the Red Cross spoke
The Amarillo Bible Crusaders are on a mission to bless the panhandle, and fill the pantries of those in need. The crusaders were at Market Street United, blessing bikes, cars, trucks, and people, in addition to taking food donations. All nonperishable food collected goes toward families in need.
Amarillo Police stopped a car on the 200 block of South Tennessee and find Ashton Bailey in the passenger seat. Bailey was wanted in Potter and Randall County for four counts of credit card abuse with an elderly victim, and burglary. The driver of the car, 19 year old Rodney Short was arrested as well for three warrants, as well