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Canyon officers awarded for closing cold case
Three Canyon police officers - Lt. Ray Resendiz, from left, Sgt. Aaron Savage and Sgt.
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Weddings - Dec. 11
Shane and Leasha Jennings of Tucumcari announce the marriage of their daughter, Lindsey DeWinet Jennings, to Corey Lynn Martin.
The First Thanksgiving Palo Duro Canyon Style
As Americans get ready to belly-up to the table to celebrate Thanksgiving, there's one big question you should ask yourself, which Thanksigiving? While most of us believe the tradition started in Massachusetts in the 1620's, some believe it happened much earlier and just down the road from here.
Empty Stocking Fund: Mom with disabled sons among many needing holiday help
Empty Stocking Fund Recipient No. 2 lives in Canyon with her two sons, a 28-year-old with multiple disabilities and a 13-year-old with autism.
MSU Volleyball: Wallace Leads 3 on All-LSC Team
Midwestern State's Caitlin Wallace garnered first-team All-Lone Star Conference Wednesday night when league official announced annual postseason awards.
Playing for keeps: City will use logo developed in AGN Media contest
And your humble newspaper is more than willing to help. In case you've been living at the bottom of the Palo Duro Canyon with no cell service or contact with the outside world the last few weeks, let's review how we got to this point.
City Hall in Canyon looking to expand
The City Complex in Canyon was built in 1975, but over the years more city employees have been hired, space has been needed, and now it's run out.
Canyon lights up its Christmas tree
Canyon residents might have been eager to get to the football game to watch their undefeated Eagles face-off against the Hereford Whitefaces on Friday night, but many still made time to stop and grab cider and treats as music and lights filled the square during the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.
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ME issues ruling on Canyon student's death
THIEVES BEFORE THE GENEROSITY OF THE DONORS RUNS OUT. JENNA HILLER, KSAT 12 NEWS.
Viral Video: Why Are "Roll Clouds" So Rare?
It's not something you see every day: a horizontal cloud, vibrant orange and rotating, that's taken over the sky.
Women Taking Over Farms Learn the Lay of the Land
DeDe Cummins' family has farmed in the Texas Panhandle for a century, but no one expected her to have any interest in the work.
United Way Victory Luncheon
The United Way of Amarillo and Canyon helps many local agencies that work to improve lives.