Amarilloans join national 'March for Science'
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Amarilloans join national 'March for Science'

About 200 people marched through western Amarillo Earth Day morning to join and international call for increased respect for science, scientific knowledge and research.

Self-defense lessons, support services part of sexual violence awareness event
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Self-defense lessons, support services part of sexual vio...

Self-defense demonstrations are part of the gathering scheduled for Wednesday, April 26, at the Amarillo College Union Badger Den.

New 'Teachers On The Rise' honorees named
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New 'Teachers On The Rise' honorees named

Effort celebrates education by honoring three teachers – one from elementary, one middle school and one high school – each month of the 2016-2017 school year.

ICYMI: FM 90 interview with Joe Negri
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ICYMI: FM 90 interview with Joe Negri

Joe Negri, jazz musician and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood cast member, recently phoned FM 90's "All That Jazz" host, Travis.

Marketing Amarillo: Statewide travel conference samples the region
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Marketing Amarillo: Statewide travel conference samples t...

Attendees were many of those on the front lines who sell Texas to the millions of tourists that pass through the state's travel centers.

AC workshop examines legal aspects of mental illness, special needs
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AC workshop examines legal aspects of mental illness, spe...

The forum is the last of the semester and is sponsored by Legal Aid of Northwest Texas and Amarillo College's legal studies department.

Amarillo sixth-graders publish, send books to Kenya
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Amarillo sixth-graders publish, send books to Kenya

What began as a writing exercise turned into an international effort to help build a rural school library 9,000 miles away.

Meeting demand: AC industrial programs reach out to women (VIDEO)
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Meeting demand: AC industrial programs reach out to women...

For seven years, Amarillo College has hosted an annual outreach event to encourage Texas Panhandle-area women and high school girls to consider technical fields.

AISD superintendent announces 'Dessert & Dialogue' chats
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AISD superintendent announces 'Dessert & Dialogue' chats

The public is invited to attend "Dessert & Dialogue with Dana" at five locations during late April and early May.

The Bridge observes National Child Abuse Prevention Month
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The Bridge observes National Child Abuse Prevention Month

The Bridge Children's Advocacy Center, the first such center established in Texas, will reaffirm its interagency commitment during a re-signing ceremony.

Sunray student earns statewide art contest honor
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Sunray student earns statewide art contest honor

Alejandra Mendoza, a third-grader at Sunray Elementary, is one of 16 winners out of more than 3,200 entries in a Texas Commission on Environmental Quality art contest.

Easter egg kids' activities roll into Amarillo
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Easter egg kids' activities roll into Amarillo

Kids can explore the scientific side of eggs this Easter with events at the Amarillo Zoo and the Don Harrington Discovery Center.

Annual conference addresses child abuse prevention
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Annual conference addresses child abuse prevention

The annual conference gathers law enforcement, social services, school district counselors and civic organizations for National Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month.

Healthy habits are focus of Junior League of Amarillo's 'Kids in the Kitchen' event
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Healthy habits are focus of Junior League of Amarillo's '...

Junior League of Amarillo has mustered a team of sponsors to provide tips on nutrition for parents and children.

Career event opens doors for women in male-dominated industries
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Career event opens doors for women in male-dominated indu...

"Women in Industry," this Friday at Amarillo College's East Campus, gives women get hands-on exploration of industrial and automotive careers.

City seeks sites for annual Summer Lunch Program for kids
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City seeks sites for annual Summer Lunch Program for kids

Amarillo has participated in the program – funded by the Texas Department of Agriculture – for 18 years. In 2016, the program served about 64,000 meals.

More male teachers sought for Texas classrooms
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More male teachers sought for Texas classrooms

Fewer than 25 percent of Texas teachers are men, according to state data. Through a grant, Amarillo College wants to help recruit more young men into the profession.

AC hosts legal experts to discuss immigration matters
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AC hosts legal experts to discuss immigration matters

Amarillo College's legal studies department, Legal Aid of Northwest Texas and the schools Legal Society brought in immigration attorneys to discuss and answer questions about laws.

Amarillo's North Heights residents optimistic about area's future if school talks succeed
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Amarillo's North Heights residents optimistic about area'...

AISD votes to study returning a neighborhood school concept to a north Amarillo neighborhood, which would end desegregation busing done for 45 years.