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Past articles by Nyzah:

‘Don’t be a victim. Think ahead’: Police offer holiday shopping safety tips

Statistics reveal crime rates spike between Thanksgiving and New Years as thieves target shoppers. → Read More

CDC: Don’t eat romaine lettuce until we tell you

Romaine lettuce has caused an outbreak of E.coli. → Read More

Drivers can expect delays as area closures continue in Amarillo

Drivers can expect potential delays as lane closures continue throughout Amarillo. → Read More

Thank The Donor gives patients a new way to participate in their

Coffee Memorial Blood Center is offering a new way to express gratitude for blood donors. → Read More

TxDOT officials are urging drivers to 'Plan While You Can'

TX-Dot officials are reminding drivers to "Plan While You Can" this Labor Day holiday. → Read More

Juul, e-cigarette popular among teens, being investigated by FDA

While cigarette smoking rates among teens are dropping, the use of e-cigarettes continues to rise in this age group. → Read More

Tips to pack nutrition into your student's school routine

Back-to-school means back to packing school lunches for many parents. → Read More

Amarillo police seek help in suspicious death investigation

Wednesday evening around 8:45 p.m., officers received a call that a male had been shot at the Amarillo Value Inn at 3205 E I-40. → Read More

Boots vs. Badges softball game couples family fun with supportin

The 10th annual Boots vs. Badges Charity Softball Game is scheduled for Saturday at the Potter County Memorial Stadium. → Read More

TX Panhandle school bans backpacks from campus, citing safety co

The classrooms and hallways in Dalhart Intermediate may look a bit different this upcoming school year as officials recently banned the use of backpacks. → Read More

Parmer Medical Center works to improve patient care with new too

Parmer Medical Center is a rural hospital that serves nearly 11,000 residents. → Read More

Friona first Texas town to integrate schools, resident remembers

Friona is known as being the first town in Texas to integrate schools. → Read More

Friona ISD summer work program helps students and staff

In an effort to keep students out of trouble while also putting some change in their pockets, the Friona Independent School District employs students over the summer. → Read More

Parmer County non-profit assists residents battling cancer

The Parmer County Cancer Coalition is a non-profit dedicated to assisting residents within the county who are battling cancer. → Read More

Friona Star nearing 100-year anniversary

Friona's town newspaper, the Friona Star will turn 100 years old in 2025. → Read More

'Show Me the Beef' cattle drive highlights West Texas heritage

No single endeavor has marked the image of Texas in the national mind more than the cattle drive, according to the Texas Almanac. → Read More

An increase in tourism at Lake Meredith is also impacting local

With 10 new RV sites at Lake Meredith, National expects at least 40,000 patrons to visit the lake and surrounding areas this weekend. → Read More

WT breaks ground on new on-campus Buffalo Stadium

West Texas A&M University school officials, students, and alumni gathered to break ground for the university's new on-campus Buffalo Stadium. → Read More

Meal gap report highlights importance of supporting neighbors wh

New data reveals that food insecurity exists in every county the High Plains Food Bank serves. → Read More

Guymon schools reopen after walkout, teachers say their fight is

Teachers, students, and parents are happy as Guymon Public Schools resumed classes today after the Oklahoma teacher walkout. → Read More