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From left, Ally Whitson, Starla Kindle and Kindle Hunt. (Photo by John Lee)
Starla Kindle retired as a counselor at Pampa High School two years ago.  After a lot of time at home baking, she decided she wasn’t quite ready to be retired full-time and she started Sweet Street Patisserie right next to Vintage Whimsy in Downtown Pampa. “I have been making cookies, breads and...

A before and after look at some of the work at Southern Sass Salon.
Pampa local Jonie Griffith opened the doors to Southern Sass Salon at 314 N. Ballard in Sept. 2019.  Griffith says that she only had to do minor work on the building to get it ready for clients.  “I had to put in my own shampoo bowls, I had to re-do part of the floor, but nothing major,” she said...
The Pampa City Commissioners met on Monday afternoon via Zoom for a regularly-scheduled meeting. During the meeting, Director of Public Works Gary Turley gave an update on the seal coat project. “We had (previously) signed an agreement with Parker, Smith and Cooper for the seal coat project and...
Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s teacher education program was recently notified it has been fully accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). The Division of Education’s bachelor’s and graduate-level programs were accredited without areas for improvement...
The Texas Free-For-All will be held Thursday, Friday, Saturday, June 11-13 from 8 a.m. until dark at the House of Lefors in Lefors. (Across from TinaMart). Clothes, household items and lots of miscellaneous items are free on a first come, first serve basis.  The event will be held outdoors so all...
A man from Arkansas was killed in a single-vehicle wreck south of Texline on United States Highway 87. On Sunday at approximately 3:48 a.m., a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado, driven by Manuel Arroyo, 53, De Queen, Ark. was driving south on U.S. 87 when it is believed the driver fell asleep.  The vehicle...
An Amarillo Man was killed in a single-vehicle crash south of Claude on Sunday morning. At approximately 4:10 a.m. on Sunday morning, John Baird, 46, Muleshoe, was driving a 1995 Chevrolet Lumina on State Highway 207.  For unknown reasons, the car veered off of the roadway into a barrow ditch where...
Robert and Nancy Brogdon had a 35-year Spanish Bayonet and as it started to die, a century plant cactus started to grow. This cactus, pictured, grew a couple inches each day before growing to 10 feet tall recently.

Karolyn Foss. Photo by John Lee
As we move further into the summer months, security becomes more and more of an importance, especially with the state of the world today. Karolyn Foss has been with ADT (founded as American District Telegraph) for two-and-a-half years and specializes in negligent liability for small businesses and...

The Zone Bowling Center owner Cody Stanford cleans a bowling ball. Photo by John Lee.
The Zone Bowling Center, located at 1401 S. Hobart St., re-opened on May 22 in time for Memorial Day weekend after the Texas Governor Greg Abbott eased restrictions on bowling alleys across Texas. “We’re only at 25 percent capacity and, of course, they want you to maintain six-feet social...

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