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Acres of History

Acres of History

I am haunted by cemeteries.Let me rephrase that, since Halloween is approaching and I don’t want to mislead. I am consistently drawn to cemeteries. When I travel to new places, local cemeteries are always on my “things to do” list. I’ve enjoyed seeing the green,...

Clean-up  Operation

Clean-up Operation

Located at 607 N. Hughes on West Amarillo Boulevard, North Heights Linen Service sits on a lot that once housed the prestigious Inn of Amarillo. Formerly known as the Vic-Mon Hotel and then the Holiday Inn West, this once-luxe destination welcomed travelers along...

Exceptionally Fun

Exceptionally Fun

Several years ago, Toni Ruiz took her young grandson, Tyzavien Cleveland, to a local rodeo. Tyzavien had always been into cowboys and Western movies, and the spectacle of that event—with its roping, riding and athleticism—captured his attention. “That’s all he could...

Range Writer

Range Writer

There’s a new Panhandle author who appears to have taken the publishing world by storm. If you’ve been into a local bookstore this month, odds are you’ve come across Taylor Moore’s thriller, Down Range, the first in a series featuring DEA agent and Panhandle resident...

Watch This Space

Watch This Space

On past visits to Amarillo’s downtown public library, you may have expected to hear only the typically soft, familiar whispers of the library: pages being turned, books being filed, hushed conversations between librarians and patrons.Visit the second floor of that...

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