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Teacher of the Year: Shanna Peeples

Teacher of the Year: Shanna Peeples

Shanna Peeples didn't always want to become a school teacher. She tried several other "...

Dalhart fights rural out-migration

Dalhart fights rural out-migration

Some leaders in Dalhart are looking for ways to stem the outflow of residents and to ma...

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The Sagebrush Sea

The Sagebrush Sea

The Greater Sage-Grouse and other wildlife struggle to survive in a rugged landscape.

Small Town Life in the Panhandle

Small Town Life in the Panhandle

A look at the struggles small communities in the Texas Panhandle are facing.

Mr. Selfridge

Mr. Selfridge

Hear the death knell sound and wedding bells ring in the Selfridge household.

Arts

Coffee Roasting

Coffee Roasting

A look at the complicated process of coffee roasting.

Home Brewing

Home Brewing

Learn about the art of home brewing beer.

Photography

Photography

Cheryl Cruz talks about how having a different style is OK.

Community

Panhandle Stories

Panhandle Stories

Hear stories from residents across the Texas Panhandle.

Live Here

Live Here

Investigate issues of concern to the people of Amarillo and the Texas Panhandle.

Story of Cancer

Story of Cancer

This “biography” of cancer covers its first documented appearances thousands of years ago through the epic battles in the 20th century to cure, control and conquer cancer.

News

U.S. Teacher of the Year Got "Master Class in Culture" From Refugees

U.S. Teacher of the Year Got "Master Class in Cultur...

Shanna Peeples, the 2015 National Teacher of the Year, is an English teacher at Palo Duro High School in Amarillo, which has seen an influx of refugees from countries like Myanmar in recent years.

School Finance Proposal on Life Support

School Finance Proposal on Life Support

A school finance plan that would result in an extra $800 million for public education faces dim prospects in the dwindling weeks of the legislative session, a top House lawmaker said Tuesday.

Promise of Free Tuition Could Vanish for Some Veterans' Children

Promise of Free Tuition Could Vanish for Some Vetera...

As lawmakers are working to rein in the cost of the Hazlewood program, some veterans are wondering how they'll pay for kids' tuition that they once thought would be free.

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