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Elvis was definitely the gold- and red-studded star Saturday evening at the Pavilion, where a Las Vegas-style dinner show was appropriately titled, “Elvis is Back.” The dinner and performance raised
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I SPENT THE LAST couple weeks visiting my parents. I’ve been lucky in the parent department. It’s fashionable to recall some pivotal incident that occurred when we were 8 and
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The Friends of the Library are selling raffle tickets for a handmade Canadian Wildcat quilt created by Glenda Hudson. The winning tickets will be drawn during halftime at the first
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Gallery Room I apologize for missing a couple of weeks of museum notes, but we have been super busy. Roof repairs to our artifact storage room were completed, and we

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AMARILLO—As millions of Texas children return to school this month, the Texas Department of Transportation (Tx-DOT) reminds motorists and parents to take precautions to prevent traffic crashes and injuries in
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Kids can change the world if they’re full. Snack Pak 4 Kids is on a mission to end weekend hunger. and that is why every Friday of the school year,
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THE ‘BAD NEWS’ BLUES is going around If you are overwhelmed by recent news coverage of mass shootings, melting glaciers, and nuclear accidents, you are not alone. The problem may
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Professional and support staff of the Canadian Independent School District began their new school year learning how to do something that they never want to do. In cooperation with the

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