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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) 2020 Updates
Gov. Abbott Rules Masks Must Be Worn In Public In Amarillo
This Executive order includes Potter and Randal counties in Amarillo.There will be fines issued for violations of this Executive Order
Drive-In Theaters Offer A Great Way To Enjoy The Fourth
Social distancing, a couple of movies, a fireworks show, and all from the comfort of your vehicle.
806 Health Tip: Staying Safe While Travelling This Summer
Here we are after a crazy spring we have made it to summer. With summer comes the thoughts of summer vacations. After the interesting time we had this spring there is no doubt we need to get away. We need a vacation from 2020.
High Plains Food Bank Distributes 1.1 Million Pounds Of Food
In just June alone, the HPFB served over 11,000 households, for the largest one-month total in the food bank’s history.
La Bella On Olsen Comes To Those In Need Again In Amarillo
La Bella on Olsen is coming to those service industry workers who were displaced from Governor Abbott's closing of all Texas Bars last week.
Hodegtown Reopens With Coronavirus Safety Plans In Place For Fans
While welcoming back baseball fans to Hodgetown, coronavirus safety is a top priority for the Sod Poodles and stadium staff.
The Amarillo Botanical Gardens Still Having Live Music This Week
Not only are they going ahead with the scheduled performance, but they are taking steps to make sure everyone in attendance is safe.
Canyon ISD Announced Their Plans For The Upcoming School Year
Canyon ISD issued an update yesterday on what to expect in the upcoming school year.
Amarillo's High Noon On The Square A No Go For 2020
The Potter County Courthouse has been the location for High Noon on the Square for years and years. In fact they celebrated their 25th year last summer. To say it has been a mainstay for many here in Amarillo would be an understatement.
Amarillo Groups To Give 25 Pound Boxes Of Meats Away Saturday
The First Baptist Church on South Tyler along with The Amarillo Area Black Chamber of Commerce will be a food box giveaway Tomorrow morning at 9 AM
Are You Comfortable Sending Your Kids Back To School This Fall?
As a parent, I still have a lot of questions.
Gov Abbott Scales Back Closing Bars And Limiting Restaurants
"At this time, it is clear that the rise in cases is largely driven by certain types of activities, including Texans congregating in bars."