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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) 2020 Updates
Governor Abbott Announces End of Statewide Mask Mandate, Business Occupancy Limits
Speaking in Lubbock Tuesday, Abbott said he will rescind executive orders pertaining to COVID-19 restrictions effective Wednesday, March 10.
Things Still Closed In Amarillo, But It’s Not All Bad News Today
If you're looking for some good news today, we're back at Level Orange.
See? I Told You It Wouldn’t Take Long To Get More Vaccine Doses.
If you get it soon, hopefully you can avoid the frigid windchill that is being forecast for our area.
Second Dose of Moderna Vaccine Currently Unavailable in Amarillo
If history is any kind of good indicator as to how long it will take for those doses to arrive, we should expect them sooner rather than later.
Don’t Share Your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card On Social Media
Instead, share a vaxxie!
If You Got The Vaccine, You Can Still Give Blood In Amarillo
Also, Kids Inc. donor days officially kicked off yesterday.
Budweiser Skips Super Bowl Ad For First Time in 37 Years
Budweiser joins Pepsi and Coca-Cola in the decision to sideline their popular commercials this year.
Amarillo Ranks Number One In America Again-And It’s Good
Amarillo is leading the nation in vaccination rates
Here’s How Much Your Stimulus Payment Will Be Based On Income, Dependents, And Filing Stat…
America finally received the news we've all been waiting for last night.
Amarillo Salvation Army Looking For Volunteer Bell Ringers
We all recognize the iconic Red Kettles that are manned with Salvation Army volunteers with their bells ringing loudly. Now, the Salvation Army needs volunteer bell ringers
Potter County To Close All State Buildings For Two Weeks
Starting Tuesday, Nov. 10, County Judge Nancy Tanner ordered all Potter County buildings to close for two weeks.