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10 Ways to Stretch Your Dollar

December 26, 2009 8:31 p.m.

(Cover Story, Part 4) You can start saving money RIGHT NOW. We show you how.
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A word from the wise

December 26, 2009 8:31 p.m.

(Cover Story, Part 5) Amarillo's financial experts put in their two cents on how you can save money and spend wisely in 2010.
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Your guide to inexpensive dining.

December 26, 2009 8:31 p.m.

(Cover Story, Part 6) Eating out doesn't have to cost a fortune. Cut your dinner bill by going places where your kids eat free (or really, really cheap).
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Thrift and Consignment Store Listing

December 26, 2009 8:31 p.m.

(Cover Story, Part 7) Secondhand shops may have just what you're looking for.
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It's a Wonderful Life

November 28, 2009 10:58 p.m.

Daily rural life may run at a slower pace, but the physical labor required on a working ranch is anything but easy. For the Johnson’s, their reward is a sustainable livelihood and a strong family bond.
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How Coach Gerlich Gives Her Girls Staying Power

October 23, 2009 10:36 a.m.

Lady Buffs Head Coach Krista Gerlich wants her team to win, but not just on the court. For three years in a row, the Lady Buffs have maintained a prestigious spot on the Top 25 Team Honor Roll for their division, an achievement based on their collective GPAs. For her girls, it’s all about getting that degree.
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The Roots of Amarillo

September 27, 2009 6 a.m.

Amarillo started as a dusty rail road and cattle ranching town in 1887, and while the city boasts nearly 200,000 residents today, it began with only a handful of families who moved out west to start a new life. While many in this city come and go, some roots just run too deep to leave.
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Pattilou Dawkins

September 27, 2009 6 a.m.

Wolflin family descendent tells how her grandfather and great uncles got their start in the new pioneer town.
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Jay Kirkman III

September 27, 2009 6 a.m.

Fifth generation Amarillo native comes back and claims the family home.
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B.R. Barfield

September 27, 2009 6 a.m.

B.R.'s grandmother arrived in Amarillo in 1895 and by 1927 had built the city's first skyscraper.
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