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Southwestern Oklahoma State University is seeking to return its Sayre location to a community college tuition/fee structure effective this upcoming Fall 2020 semester. The change would be subject to approval by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Before the Sayre location joined SWOSU...
The Pampa Economic Development Corporation board of directors met on Thursday afternoon for a regularly-scheduled meeting. This was the first official meeting for new members for Emily Arrington, Jason Bagwell, Sue Fatheree, Ted Hutto and Tanya Larkin. Ahead of the authorizations, former board...
The statewide gas price average in Texas is $2.14 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is six cents more than this day last week and is three cents more per gallon compared to this day last year. Of the major metropolitan areas surveyed in...
There are many different ways to get up, active and your heart pumping. Zumba offers a way to get your blood flowing all while getting your groove on to some dance exercise. Zumba Queens, located at 407 W. Foster, is a new Zumba studio that opened on Feb. 10 and is offering classes to anyone...
The 64th Annual Pancake Supper benefiting St. Matthew’s Day School will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 25. The event will be held in the St. Matthew’s Parish Hall located at 727 W. Browning. Kelly Cambern of the Day School said the pancake supper and a bake sale during the supper will...
The Meredith Place, located at 812 W. 25th in Pampa, is one of more than 2,000 facilities, or communities as parent company Enlivant refers to them as, across the United States belonging to the aforementioned company based in Chicago. Regionally, they are one of 12 communities in the state...

Back row from left Paula Shay and Faustina Curry. Front row from left, Debbie Davis and Hank from the Pampa Animal Shelter. Originally, the Pampa News was going to list Hank as available for adoption, but received word a few days later that Paula, pictured, took a liking to Hank during the interview and has decided to foster him with her husband, George. They are hoping that Hank will accept them as his family. The Pampa News would like to wish Paula and Hank the best of luck. Photo by Miranda Ellis.
P.A.W.S for Tea is a tea party benefit for Pampa Animal Welfare Society that will be held Sunday, June, 28, 2020 from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. It will be hosted by the “Junk to Treasure Gals” Debbie Davis, Paula Shay, Susie Dwight, Sharon Price,...
White Deer Land Museum recently celebrated the opening of the new N-N addition with donors and friends of the museum on Valentine’s Day, Friday, Feb. 14.  Guests wore cocktail attire and were treated to heavy hors d’oeurves such as mini cheesecakes and chocolate mousse cups. Cocktails and mocktails...

Dee Dee Laramore, Executive Director of Tralee Crisis Center in Pampa (left) pictured with guest speaker Melissa Dohme Hill (right). Photo by Miranda Ellis.
Tralee Crisis Center recently hosted “Tralee Night Out,” a Valentine’s Day dinner benefitting Tralee Crisis Center on Friday, Feb. 14. The event was beautifully decorated in an enchanted forest theme and offered guests a photo booth, live music by Sherylann Moore, a brisket dinner catered by...
The Pampa News’ Greatest Love Story contest winner, Darla Starbuck, received her $100 cash prize on Fri. Feb 14. Congratulations!

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