Amarillo lane closure report

SOURCE: KFDA With the new work week beginning, multiple lane closures could cause delays for Amarillo drivers. Lane closures related to routine maintenance work: Monday through Wednesday, June 4 – 6, the right eastbound lane of Amarillo Boulevard will be closed from Soncy Road (SL 335) to Coulter Street and from Tascosa Road to 9th […]

Amarillo inventor Sanders wins award

Amarillo inventor James Sanders won this year’s West Texas Small Business Person of the Year. Sanders, who is confined to a wheelchair, invented the Sprinkler Removal Tool and started STI Tools Inc. The tool allows people with limited mobility to repair sprinklers. The product is sold internationally for both residential and commercial use. The award […]

Texas coaches Tim Beck, Drew Mehringer continue full pursuit of Lake Travis WR Garrett Wilson

Lake Travis receiver Garrett Wilson, perhaps the highest-priority target on the Texas recruiting board for 2019, must have enjoyed himself at UT’s spring game last weekend. “Texas showed me what I was looking for,” Wilson told the American-Statesman on Monday. He’s now going to wait a little bit longer before deciding between Texas and Ohio […]

Why Texas teachers won’t join strike

Hide caption By Alex Samuels / The Texas Tribune Teachers in states across the nation are going on strike to protest funding cuts for public education. But a Texas law is quashing talk of teachers here joining the walkouts. The statute, enacted in 1993, says any employees who “strike or engage in an organized work […]

Texas Southern wins SWAC Tournament second-straight year

Associated Press HOUSTON (AP) – Trayvon Reed had 17 points and 10 rebounds, Demontrae Jefferson added 15 points and Texas Southern defeated Arkansas-Pine Bluff 84-69 in the Southwestern Athletic Conference championship game on Saturday. Texas Southern (15-19) earned an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament for the second-straight season. This is the Tigers’ fourth appearance […]

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