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Grape Expectations

January 28, 2011 4:50 p.m.

The Texas Panhandle usually conjures up images of cattle and canyons – not Cabernet. Texans typically evoke visions of cowboys and cattlemen – not vintners. But you can find all of these influences at Bar Z Winery.
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Take Five

December 23, 2010 noon

Five experts, five pages of advice, five areas in which your life can improve in 2011
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Take Five: Josh Wood

December 23, 2010 noon

Problem: Money is a source of stress and conflict rather than a source of peace and opportunity.
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Take Five: Jessica Mallard

December 23, 2010 noon

Problem: People think life is supposed to be easy.
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Take Five: Dr. Cindy Hutson

December 23, 2010 noon

Problem: Obesity is out of control.
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Take Five: Renee Bergmeier

December 23, 2010 noon

Problem: We don’t view food as energy.
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Take Five: Barry Copeland

December 23, 2010 noon

Problem: People are living in a constant state of worry.
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Showing Up

November 26, 2010 9:34 a.m.

For this Ft. Worth native, the intention was to run a small dental practice, raise a family, travel a little and enjoy the later years with his wife. That was the big plan, but according Dr. Dane Welch, sometimes plans change. And in his case, they changed far beyond his wildest dreams.
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Eastern Feast

October 29, 2010 12:12 p.m.

There are some nights when you’re just in the mood for something different for dinner. Something very different, as in, something you’ve never had before. And just when you think Amarillo is only home to the same old, same old, think twice. Tonight, you could feast on Tandoori Chicken, Dolmaa or Pho. Not convinced yet? Keep reading.
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Up, Up and Away

September 24, 2010 8:29 a.m.

For some, a hobby might involve a knitting needle, a putter or collection of paints and a blank canvas. All of these are well and good, but if you’re looking for a rush or a really great view of an Amarillo sunset, then grab your work gloves (and sense of adventure) and set your sights on the big blue sky.
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