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Amarillo Matters raising big money, but mission of PAC and what it will do is unclear

Elisha Demerson and Randy Burkett ousted two-term incumbents Ellen Robertson Green and Lilia Escajeda. Mark Nair beat Steve ... The Midland PAC also donated to...

Community cats: A problem that has our city having kittens

Conservative estimates place the local population between 25,000 and 36,000, said Robin Cupell, assistant director of the Amarillo-Panhandle Humane Society. Housing a feral cat at...

PSHOF Coach of the year recipients

... 1983—Nan Moser, Amarillo High; 1984—Steve Land, Panhandle; 1985-87—John Creer, Wayland Baptist; 1988—Gary Cornelsen, Pampa; 1989—Miles Watters, Rick McKay, Clayton; 1990—Julian Gutierrez, Clayton; 1991—Gary Cornelsen,...

Emotions mixed on vet school proposal

The Dean of Tech's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources said that might be a conservative estimate. Michael Galyean said “$75-100 million” might be...

This time of year, it's the worm's turn for fisherman

Even back to the resort in time for an early lunch, Harris and his guest boated a conservative 35 wipers. At times the action rivaled...

Rangel: Republican Party doesn't want to 'California our Texas'

“From the East Coast to the West Coast, no two states have lost more personal income to other states than New York and California,” Perry...

Rangel: Perry's victory proved decisive in West Texas special election

John Frullo beat him in the second round. Like Massengale in the spring and other losing candidates in previous years, Arrington is not pointing fingers.

Rangel: Here's how to defeat an incumbent

In both instances, when I asked him to elaborate, Canon said Seliger is not conservative enough, and the majority of the voters in the district...