Latest Amarillo Globe-News Stories
By Kevin Welch, Amarillo Globe-News, Texas Jun. 27--Texas has moved closer to drawing the final map for transmission lines to carry wind energy to the state's largest cities.
By Kevin Welch, Amarillo Globe-News, Texas Jun. 26--Some of Amarillo's homeless are looking to settle down in the "Hometown to the World" -- Postville, Iowa. "They have an opportunity to better themselves," said Kimber Bruns, community impact director for United Way of Amarillo and Canyon.
By Karen Smith Welch, Amarillo Globe-News, Texas Jun. 19--The property's no longer sizzlin', but its owners hope it will be a business hot spot. A new retail strip center will replace the Western Sizzlin' Steak & More Restaurant, now being razed at West Interstate 40 and Wolflin Avenue.
By Chris Ramirez, Amarillo Globe-News, Texas Jun. 18--Rising ticket prices and new fees for checked luggage apparently haven't stopped travelers from boarding flights in Amarillo, if just-released airport data is any indicator.
By David Pittman, Amarillo Globe-News, Texas Jun. 12--A day of job shadowing last year at Pampa Regional Medical Center changed Ashley Murray's life.
By David Pittman, Amarillo Globe-News, Texas Jun. 12--Andrew Welch is the new director of the Thomas E. Creek Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Amarillo. He takes over for Byron Jaqua, who retired late last year. Welch will head the 69-bed acute care hospital at 6010 W.
By Jim McBride, Amarillo Globe-News, Texas Mar. 4--The Bureau of Land Management's crude helium enrichment unit north of Amarillo will be shut down for maintenance and component replacement through March 14.
By David Pittman, Amarillo Globe-News, Texas Sep. 23--When Stephen Selzer worked as a chief executive at a Houston hospital, one of his colleagues pointed out that the hospital's poorest patients had no savings mechanisms to help whittle down their prescription drug costs.
By Kevin Welch, Amarillo Globe-News, Texas Mar. 25--A blizzard of paper blew into Austin on Wednesday and Thursday as wind power companies filed details on their plans in the Panhandle.
By David Pittman, Amarillo Globe-News, Texas Feb. 22--Job fairs at Amarillo College's Nursing Division are lucrative for students. Held each semester, potential employers come to woo nursing students.
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