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Two Arrested for Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle

• Randall Hatcher, 32, of Lubbock was arrested by GCSO for Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle. • Kelsey Hawkins, 27, of Spearman was arrested by GCSO for Bond Surrender, Debit/Credit Card Abuse - Failure to ID. • Robert Salazar, 38, of Amarillo was arrested by GCSO for Unauthorized Use of...

Christmas Home Tour, featuring The Borger Home

Mike and Lynnae Borger are from Amarillo, but moved to Pampa seven years ago when Mike felt the calling to join ministry. “We started attending church at Trinity in Amarillo and the job for pastor in Pampa opened up,” Borger said. “I felt that it was the next part of my life the Lord was opening up. When we got the call that we were to pastor the church here, we left our dream home we’d just built in Amarillo but haven’t regretted it for a second because we love this town and the people in it.”

Children’s Shopping Tour

Bob Marx has been appointed as the General Chair for the 2022 Children’s Shopping Tour. The Tour will be held on Saturday, December 17, 2022. Marx was born and raised in Pampa. He was a member of the first class ever to attend all five years and graduate from Stephen F. Austin Elementary School in Pampa. He graduated from Pampa High School in 1969 and attended West Texas State University.

Commissioners Court Amends Speed Limit for County Road 6 1/2

The Gray County Commissioner’s Court met for a regularly scheduled meeting, the meeting opened for public comment to agenda item 5, lowering the speed limit for a county road. The county road in consideration, 6 1/2, was receiving complaints from home owners for the lack of posted sign-age. The...

PHS Weekly Update, 11/28 - 12/2

It was such a blessing to welcome staff and students back to Pampa High School this week. A long Thanksgiving break was definitely a treat. Shout out to the calendar committee for scheduling a week instead of the traditional three days. A huge shout out goes to our eSports team. They are ranked #13 in the state and beat the #4 ranked Houston Stafford team on Thursday in the eSports playoffs of League of Legends to advance to the state quarterfinals. The progress this group has made in the few years since it was started is amazing! Monday night we were able to cap the 2022 Lady Harvester Volleyball season with their banquet. It was so nice to get to celebrate all the accomplishments these young ladies accumulated over this season. They definitely made us proud. Tuesday our basketball teams split as the Lady Harvesters beat a talented Wellington team and the Hustlin’ Harvesters traveled to River Road and returned home victorious. Both the boys and girls spent Thursday through Saturday in Lubbock at the New Home tournament. The Lady Harvesters ended up finishing 3rd place overall at the tournament with Berlin Bartlett being named to the All-tournament team. Our boys and girls wrestlers ended the week by competing at state ranked Randall. Several of our wrestlers finished the first day undefeated in a very tough tournament. We are so proud of our kids and the work our staff has put in thus far to make this year an exciting one for PHS. The months change, the weather changes, but it is always a great day to be a Harvester!

Treat Yourself this Holiday at The Bronzing Barn

Put the stress of daily life and the holidays behind you and treat yourself to a day of luxury at the Bronzing Barn. Founded in February of this year, Misti McFall has incorporated many services in the Bronzing Barn such as tanning, waxing, manicures, pedicures, eyelash extensions, foot detoxes, and teeth whitening. McFall was born and raised in Collin County where she had various hobbies growing up like raising livestock and participating in the Rodeo. Since she was young, McFall has always had aspirations of opening up her own boutique. Prior to running her own business, McFall worked in the medical field for 16 years. She reflected fondly upon her desire to make her dreams come true.

Gunter prepares for Canadian in state semifinals

GUNTER, Texas (KXII) - Here we go again. Gunter and Canadian will meet in the state semifinals in an all too familiar match up on Friday. A trip to the state finals will be on the line when the two premier programs in Class 3A over the past few years meet up in Abilene. They will renew their rivalry in the state semifinals.

Phillips 66 Grant Awarded

On March 1, 2022 The City of Pampa applied for an investment grant from Phillips 66 on behalf of Emergency Service Units/Community Emergency Response Team (ESU/CERT). The Grant will provide light bars and radios to an all-volunteer group that assists the City and County with emergency operations. Last year ESU...

Granddaughter of Pampa Residents writing in Hollywood

Erika Vazquez graduated from Tufts University in Boston in 2015 with a degree in International Literary and Visual Studies. But before that, she visited Pampa every summer to spend time with her grandparents Maragaret and Edgar Sweet, long time Pampa residents. Edgar served as the last President of Security Federal Savings & Loan, which stands today as The Vault for First Baptist Church.

Experience the Classic Performance of The Nutcracker

The Pampa Civic Ballet Company will be presenting The Nutcracker beginning December 3rd at M. K. Brown Civic Auditorium. Established in 1972 by Jeanne M. Willingham, the Pampa Civic Ballet Company is now directed by former student, Deanna McGill, who took over in 2009 when Willingham retired. The Nutcracker is a tradition for the Ballet Company as it has been one of their iconic performances presented nearly every year since 1992. The tale of this classic ballet performance follows the story of a little girl, Clara, who befriends a nutcracker, which comes to life, and ventures to the Land of Sweets on Christmas Eve. Kenzee Doughty will be performing the role of Clara and Isaia Anderson will be performing the role of the Prince.

Pampa City Manager enters Grant Agreement with the Pampa Emergency Services Unit

The Pampa City Commissioners recently had their meeting. Amongst the items on the agenda discussed, item number four had the most discussion. 4. Consider authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Grant Agreement with the Pampa Emergency Services Unit, for financial assistance from Phillips 66 to purchase radio equipment and lightbars. The $40,000 grant, provided by Phillips 66, will be used to finance equipment for the Pampa Emergency Services Unit. Shane Stokes, the Pampa City Manager, will be accepting the grant on PESU’s behalf. Presentation of the grant will happen on December 2nd at 10 a.m. in the City Commission Chambers.

Scooter’s Coffee Opens its First Location In Pampa

Scooter’s coffee, the brand famous for its fast drive-thru, quality coffee, and specialty baked pastries has opened at 1050 North Hobart Street, Pampa, Texas. The Pampa, Texas drive-thru location is owned and operated by Cecil Skipper and Warren Yeatman. The brand, through its quick establishment of many new locations across the U.S., is on a mission to become the number-one drive-thru Coffee franchise in the U.S.

Man facing federal charges after DPS finds $490,000 worth of drugs during investigation in Panhandle

CHILDRESS COUNTY, Texas (KFDA) - A man is facing federal charges after DPS finds around $490,000 worth of drugs during the investigation in the Panhandle. According to the complaint, in July, DPS started an investigation into Edward Lee Briley Jr., also known as “stink” to search for drugs in his home in Pampa. Officials found around $470,000 worth of methamphetamine.

Cavalier carves up Wall, sends Canadian to 3A Division II semifinals

WOODROW — There's turning in a solid game, and then there's what Canadian quarterback Camren Cavalier had against Wall on Friday night in a Class 3A Division II quarterfinal contest. The junior signal caller did whatever he wanted — finishing with more than 300 total yards and six total touchdowns, with five coming in the first half — which amounted to a 45-10 win for the Wildcats over the Hawks at First United Park on the campus...

Straying Off the Glitzy Path at Miami Art Week

If Art Basel this week jaded you too, saunter over to some of the less pretentious fairs in Miami — where the paint is chunkier, the floors are dirtier, and the art is definitely weirder, for better and for worse. They don’t feel any less like trade shows (you...
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Can the Wall Hawks Win Against the Canadian Wildcats?

WALL, TX — The Wall Hawks (11-1) travel to Lubbock Friday, Dec. 2, to play the Canadian Wildcats (11-2) in the Regional Final of the 2022 UIL Texas High School Football 3A Div II Playoffs at Pirate Stadium at 6 p.m. The Hawks defeated the Idalou Wildcats in Sweetwater on Nov. 25, 30-0. The winner will face either Holliday or Gunter in the State Semi-Finals and the winner of that game advances to AT&T Stadium in Arlington for the 3A State Championship Game.

Canadian ready to take on stout Wall squad in 3A D-II quarterfinals

"It's not about how you start, it's about how you finish." Who knows where the statement originated from, but it fits this year's Canadian Wildcats perfect. The Wildcats entered the season with sky-high expectations, but, through the first three weeks, they found themselves under .500 at 1-2. They were handled by Bushland 47-21 before losing in overtime to Elk City (Okla.) 37-36.