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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) 2020 Updates
Xcel Energy Working With Customers With New Payment Plans
Xcel Energy has taken a stand to help customers who are behind in payments or who simply can’t pay their energy bill at the moment with multiple new ways to alleviate financial stress and keep the lights on.
Teal Pumpkins and Buckets: How Some Are Hoping To Trick-Or-Treat
It's hard to imagine Halloween being remotely normal this year, but hopefully that doesn't mean we have to completely scrap the holiday.
How You Can Help Family Support Services At Bubba's 33
So every July we head to Downtown Amarillo. Our goal is to win a new Harley and party the night away. The Harley Party for the Downtown Women's Center is a thing. I have been there a few years. Heck, supporting Family Support Services after the year they have had. We are all in.
806 Health Tip: Ways To Make Your Dining Out Safer
It was a crazy couple of months for anyone who worked in the restaurant business. It still hasn't kicked back up full force. We still can only dine at fifty percent. That makes going out to eat sometimes tougher than we would like.
WT Theater Will Perform An Old Time Hitchcock Radio Drama
Can you imagine a time before internet, television, any type of screens at all? WT Theater students are about to transport you back to a simpler time.
Will The Amarillo Fuddrucker's Restaurant Remain Open?
There has been a lot of talk in the news recently about many Fuddrucker's restaurants shutting down. So what about Amarillo? We have the answer.
The 6th Street Creepy Crawl In Amarillo Is Canceled For 2020
It makes me wonder about all of the other events we usually have around Halloween.
Don't Be Shocked If You See The Red Kettles Earlier This Year
Usually they wait until Thanksgiving, but this year has been anything but a normal year.
Amarillo College Extends Free Bus Rides With The City
Well here’s some good news for Amarillo College students. Free rides on the City of Amarillo’s transit system are being extended until 2023.
How Some Amarillo Bars and Breweries Continue to Survive 2020
I still don't see how food can be the deciding factor on whether or not an establishment is able to be open right now.