Amarillo’s Fire Station Number 13, Where Would The New Station Go If Built?
Fire Station 13 is located in Southwest Amarillo between 45th & Bell and Coulter. It is fully operational and helping the community, as the newest fire station. It was built a few years ago to help Amarillo's fast growth. If a new Station is needed to be built, where would it go?
Irma Ruins A Bunch Of Florida’s Crops, Prices Could Go Up Higher
Hurricane Irma caused an estimated loss of 50 to 70 percent of Florida's citrus crops in South Florida, according to the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association. The oranges and grapefruits fields were hard hit by Irma, even the areas where strawberries and sugar cane grow.
Gas Prices Across The Nation Are Not seeing Anything Drastic Happen
Hurricane Harvey and Irma have been a factor in rising gas prices. The shut down of the refinery's for the storm has put pressure on the oil / gasoline prices nationwide raising the them gas prices.
Have You Decided If You Will Vote In The Upcoming Texas’s Election
Texans have another chance to decide our state government. The Uniform Election this year will take place on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. Last day to register to vote is October 10. Early voting begins October 23 for Constitutional Amendment Election!
6214 W 34th Is Where We Got Started At
We live in a world that is run by technology, paying your bills online, shopping online from clothes to trips, even reading this blog I wrote is online thanks for a computer. Wonder where some of the big name business where thought up at? Dell was an idea thought up in a little dorm room in 1984.
Cutting Harvest Time Down With A Supercharged Tractor? [VIDEO]
We live in a state where farming is part of daily life. Take a drive anywhere in the state, you will see tractors and other farming equipment. Farmers, take time and patience to cut their crops on every harvest, but what if you could cut time down by supercharging your tractor farmers?
Could We Have A White Christmas In The Texas Panhandle This Year?
Christmas is right around the corner being exactly one hundred and eight days left. We usually always get snow in the area during winter with chances of it up till April. Like it did last year, no snow till almost Easter . So to the many people who enjoyed a white Christmas. Does it feel like we wil…
Which New NBA Video Games Will Be Better This Year?
When it comes to having the best game, someone out there is trying to make a even better one. Now do you remember NBA Live, been around for years since the Sega's Dreamcast. They were the top crop game for everyone to get, But till 2K came out with their version of an NBA game, it change everyt…
The Magic School Is Back With Ms. Frizzle And The Bus
This Saturday morning educational children's TV series, was among the highest-rated PBS shows for school-age children it lasted for 4 great seasons, till now. Will you get your kids into watch this show like most did back then.
Three Day Weekend For AISD And Others for Labor Day
Amarillo Independent School District has no school this Labor Day, like every year. This year the 4th of September is the day off for students and others. Some parents have made plans to go out of town this holiday weekend, so school will return back on Tuesday the 5th.
Throwback Thursday: First Time In 30 Years, When Cattleman’s Cafe Closed It’s Doors
Out on the historic Route 66-Amarillo Boulevard you'll find Cattleman's cafe. This restaurant hasn't closed its doors once in the past 30 years. That changed when the Blizzard of 2013 hit town due to them horrible weather conditions, Cattleman's Cafe was for…
Cotton Could Be The Top Crop This Harvesting Season Here In The Panhandle
Cotton is used in many of the products we buy, Jeans, jackets and the blankets we use. Therefore, where a bad cotton harvest happens, the price in the store usually increases. Low rain falls in recent years hurt the farmers for little.