KDDD News 3-3-21

Congratulations to the Top Teams for the Northwest Earth and Space Sciences Pipeline #ROADSonMars Challenge!
A Texas shoutout to the Sunray Bobcats Ares X-plorer team, an Opportunity Division (middle school) team from Sunray Middle School.

The team consists of:
Kelley Turley, Commander
Justin Bain, EVA Programmer
Kenneth Hughes, Scientist
Brody Purswell, CapCom
Sully Kimbrell, UAV Pilot
Aallura Sharp, Recorder

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Today, the SECOND DOSE vaccine CLINIC will be at the Moore County Community Building in Dumas, from 8am to 7 pm.

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The City of Amarillo and Potter County officials met yesterday morning to discuss ideas for a plan that aims to bring economic development to the southeast area.

The project would make a Tri-State Exposition Master Plan, which would encourage tourism. Plan partners include the Amarillo Independent School District, Potter County, the Amarillo-Potter Events Venue District and the Tri-State Expo Board of Directors, all whom own property there.

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The plan to reinvigorate the long-dormant athletics program at Amarillo College is moving forward.

Tuesday, college officials said the school joined the National Junior College Athletic Association as of Feb. 26 and became a member of the Western Junior College Athletic Conference on March 1.

The school will compete in men’s baseball, women’s volleyball and both men’s and women’s cross country starting in the fall of 2022.