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A U.S. Marine is welcomed home to the High Plains. [Read More]
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A possum attacks the weekend crew. [Read More]
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Area high schools competed in the annual competition. [Read More]
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City health officials hold a HIV and AIDS awareness health fair. [Read More]
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A shooting in Pampa leaves one man dead and lands one man in police custody. [Read More]
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Caprock quarterback Tarik Williams had a monster game in the Longhorns 48-21 win over Palo Duro in Week 7, throwing for five touchdowns and rushing... [Read More]
The event benefits the Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. [Read More]
This morning High Plains families woke up bright and early to walk in memory of the littlest lovers at the Annual American Heart Association Heart... [Read More]
Abuelo's opening up a little early to make some delicious breakfast cuisine for a very deserving crowd at The Breakfast of Champions. [Read More]
The Region 1 Marching Band Contest took over the High Plains. [Read More]
The world health organization says Hispanics are diagnosed with HIV 3 times more than Non-Hispanics. [Read More]
This week's scores and highlights across the panhandle. [Read More]
The money was raised over a two week period by Pre-K to high school student. [Read More]
The family thought what better way to raise the money than a good old-fashioned barbecue cookout at the Randall County Event Center. [Read More]
Messages sprayed on hay bales at Cadillac Ranch are causing some concern. [Read More]
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