Tenn. woman accused of moving cocaine by bus
amarillo.com / Fri, 30 Jan 2015 22:18:43 +0000
A Tennessee woman faces a court hearing next week after DEA agents arrested her in Amarillo on a Memphis-bound bus with more than 7 pounds of cocaine, including a bundle she dumped in a bus toilet.
Andrea Worley, 51, of Memphis, is set to make a court appearance next week in Amarillo’s U.S. District Court on a cocaine trafficking charge after DEA agents arrested her Tuesday in Amarillo.
GOP, not media, sacrificed Sarah Palin
Midland Reporter-Telegram / Fri, 30 Jan 2015 14:51:00 -0600
When Democrats were looking for evidence of a Republican war on women, they overlooked Exhibit A -- Sarah Palin.
LeTourneau University mourns loss of longtime trustee
news-journal.com / Fri, 30 Jan 2015 17:56:00 -0600
LeTourneau University is mourning the loss of longtime trustee and university friend Paul Glaske, 81, of Flint, who died Friday morning at his home, surrounded by his family.
Marshall ISD bond steering committee gets examples, pricing for school options in bond process
Marshall Independent School District bond steering committee members heard different options and possible costs for changes to the physical sites at MISD schools Thursday night.
Human canvases line up for ink
amarillo.com / Sat, 31 Jan 2015 04:10:52 +0000
More than 200 body modification artists and vendors from all over the world have converged this weekend on Amarillo Civic Center Complex North Exhibit Hall, 401 S. Buchanan St., for the 2015 Ink Life Tattoo & Music Festival.
Event organizer and emcee Carl Blasphemy said the weekend event has something for everyone, not just those wanting custom ink.
Booths full of artwork and clothing for sale filled the gaps between piercing and tattoo chairs. For those who’d rather just watch, there are a variety of shows scheduled for the three-day event.
Grand Way Church sets Ladies Day event
The Grand Way Church of Christ will hold its second annual Ladies Day Observance on Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Marshall Convention Center, at 2501 East End Blvd. South in Marshall. The event begins at 8
Calendar for Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015
amarillo.com / Fri, 30 Jan 2015 21:27:08 +0000
Ink Life Music & Tattoo Festival: Noon to 11 p.m. Amarillo Civic Center Complex North Exhibit Hall, 401 S. Buchanan St. Tickets $25 daily or $40 for weekend pass, plus service charge. 806-378-3096, www.panhandletickets.com or www.inklifetour.com.
Amarillo Symphony Ball: 6:30 p.m. Amarillo Civic Center Complex, 401 S. Buchanan St. Tickets $175. 806-376-8782 or www
Patriotic colors denied for flag mural at new Canutillo school
elpasotimes.com / Fri, 30 Jan 2015 23:41:55 MST
Canutillo Independent School District has withdrawn a design change to paint a carving of a U.S. flag with red, white and blue at the new Congressman Silvestre and Carolina Reyes Elementary School because it went against the development contract with Hunt Companies.
‘Fixture’ in juvenile services retires after 30 years
The Harrison County Commissioners Court recently honored retired juvenile services employee Robin McCoy for 30 years of service.
Word of the Day for Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015
amarillo.com / Fri, 30 Jan 2015 21:28:30 +0000
Palin to return to Midland
Midland Reporter-Telegram / Fri, 30 Jan 2015 14:53:00 -0600
UTPB’s John Ben Shepperd Public Leadership Institute is hosting a lecture featuring former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin Feb. 12 at the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center.
UTEP women’s basketball: Miners look to upset Middle Tennessee
elpasotimes.com / Fri, 30 Jan 2015 19:16:19 MST
There is a bright side to the UTEP women's basketball team's trip to play defending Conference USA champions Middle Tennessee Saturday.
Judge: Funeral home wrongly sold Lee Harvey Oswald’s casket
amarillo.com / Fri, 30 Jan 2015 23:41:38 +0000
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A funeral home that sold Lee Harvey Oswald's pine casket for $87,468 must return it to the accused presidential assassin's brother, a judge ruled Friday.
Robert Oswald had bought the pine bluff casket for his brother, whose body was exhumed in 1981 amid conspiracy theories that it did not contain Lee Harvey Oswald's body. After a Dallas hospital confirmed the body through dental records, it was reburied, but not in the original casket, which was too water-damaged.
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