Vince Rossetti is proof that dreams can come true. The 84-year-old Georgia native traveled from Atlanta to the Lichty farm in Waterloo so he could ride in a combine.
Canyon High School will host its annual Hall of Fame induction Friday at 10 am in the CHS gymnasium. Inductees include, Coach Joe Lombard and Canyon teacher, Sheila Evens.
Fannin Middle School will host a History Festival on Saturday from 9 am till 3 pm.
A Guymon movie theater will host the world premiere of 'Disco of the Dead' on Friday. It will air at 7pm at Northridge 8 in Guymon.
An Amarillo woman is gainging national attention as a part Omaha Mutual's "Aha" Moment Competition.
The Babes With Bullets Shooting Camp Returns to Amarillo for a second year at the Amarillo Rifle and Pistol Club.
A blood drive at Buzula Furniture will take place Saturday from 11-4.
The Amarillo SPCA has seen an influx of animals being abandoned on their doorstep, and the growing problem is filling up the facility.
The organization does work year round, but just as the name implies, organizers are getting in the holiday spirit early and hoping to raise some money with a festive new project. They're asking locals to compose an original Christmas carol.
Packet pick-up takes place an ANB Plaza Two from 11-6 Friday. Pre-registration starts at 7:30 Saturday. The race starts at 9.
From mummies to massive sharks, the Disocvery Center will keep you on your toes this fall.
The 2013 Walk to End Alzheimer's will take place on Saturday at Medi Park. With more than 340,000 people living with Alzheimer's in Texas, for many families, the walk hits close to home.
One chair and a chance. "We want to just give them a chance to compete instead of just sitting on the sideline or in the bleachers watching their fellow classmates compete," Joe Chris Rodriguez said of this new non-profit. One Chair at a Time aims to give sportchairs to atheltes in the Panhandle.
Rhonda Schmidt and the Amarillo Striders spend a lot of time running on local roadways, but a recent scare with a reckless driver has the group speaking out. A new partnewship with Share the Road allowed the group to make some safety additions to their runs.
Two Canyon artists are looking for more local talent. "We are putting together an art market. We've done an art market before, June 1st, and it was really sucessful and it was the first art market that Canyon has ever had," Kylee Melson, Co-Owner of Paper Crane said.
Small business, big reward. That's the name of the game for the 18th annual WTAMU Enterprize Challenge. "Our small investment in these companies has had huge return from an economic development standpoint," Enterprise Center Executive Director, David Terry said.
It's back to class for West Texas A&M students and back to business for local stores.
Recognize, resist, report. A partnership between The Bridge Child Advocacy Center and Amarillo Public Libraries wants to teach local kids about personal safety.