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Lefors Pirate Braxton Mouser has been selected to Down Under Sports Football Team.  But to get there, Mouser is turning his focus from football to fundraising as he needs $2,000 to be in his account by Friday, Jan. 31. Mouser will depart for Queensland, Australia on Sunday, June 28 to compete down...
The Pampa Chamber of Commerce is now taking nominations for the 2019 Citizen and Business of the Year. Eligible citizens must have been a resident of the Pampa area for at least five years and made outstanding community contributions through his/her job, volunteer efforts and other activities in...
Submitted photo. Pampa Moose Lodge donated five harvest baskets along with five hams to Tralee Crisis Center for the Christmas holidays, pictured from left, treasurer Cody Davis, governor Daniel Heare and Santas two little helpers Aspen and Madilynn.

Submitted Photo. From left: Toni Engle- G2X Gives Back Committee Member, Dora Ryan- Tralee Advocate, Jansen Hancock- G2X Gives Back Committee Member
G2X Energy / Pampa Fuels recently made a $2000 donation to Tralee Crisis Center for Women to benefit the local Tree of Blessings. In addition to the monetary gift, employees also provided clothing and toys for many boys and girls.

Submitted Photo. From left: Layne Clark, Toni Engle, Dustin Miller, Jansen Hancock.
G2X Energy / Pampa Fuels recently made a $1000 donation to Celebration of Lights. Pampa Fuels hopes this will continue to build our community display for all to enjoy!
Photos by Miranda Ellis.
The Pampa Civic Ballet will present The Nutcracker Dec. 7th at 7:00pm and December 8th at 2:30pm at MK Brown Auditorium.  Tickets are $10 and will be available at the door and at Dance Academy of Pampa.   This year’s guest artists are Mark Lanham, Stephanie Parker and Marcos Vasquez.  Clara will be...

Photo by John Lee The fine folks at Pampa Senior CItizens Center in Pampa were hard at work Tuesday getting meals ready for those who wanted to enjoy a turkey dinner ahead of Thanksgiving. The crew had 185 take-out meals ready and many more pick-up and dine-in. Total they expected around 300 meals.From left, Nancy Looper, Elnora Haynes and Teresa Delrymple.

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