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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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Diary of a First Timer

September 24, 2010 8:29 a.m.

To really capture the story of a hot air balloonist, Michele and Jennie agreed that they needed to be hot air balloonists, if only for a day. This is Jennie's story.
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Center Stage on Backstage

August 31, 2010 1 p.m.

When the last scene wraps or the last song is sung, it’s usually the actors, musicians and dancers who get the curtain call and applause. However, there’s always a crew behind the scenes that don’t get recognized, and without them, the show couldn’t go on. It’s time to put a few of them in the limelight.
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See What Grows

July 23, 2010 9:54 a.m.

Take a drive through any Amarillo neighborhood and you’ll surely spot the house of a gardener. You’ll know them by their thriving landscapes and equally matched fearlessness. Gardening in this parched land can be a challenge, but if you glean a little wisdom from those who know, it’s an obstacle even the most timid green thumb can overcome.
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A Day in the Life

June 25, 2010 2:53 p.m.

Get a glimpse into the unique lives of everyday people. (Pictured here: Kimberly and Carli Herbert at The Ground Cafe)
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The Cool Guys

May 28, 2010 6 a.m.

This city is full of great guys, men who are turning things up a notch, making Amarillo bigger, better, and just all around cooler. With age, ambition and stamina on their side, these are the guys to watch.
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Dr. Shane Holloway, surgical oncologist

May 28, 2010 6 a.m.

As an Amarillo resident for only two years, Dr. Shane Holloway is still learning his way around town. With him from Pittsburgh, he brought his wife, Melissa, two boys, Jonathan and Jackson, and surgical skills Amarillo didn’t yet have.
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Ray Wilson, owner/creator of Cat Man Du

May 28, 2010 6 a.m.

Ray Wilson may call Amarillo home now, but that wasn’t always the case. He has planted his feet firmly in the Panhandle soil and he has no plans to leave. [READ MORE]
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David Terry, executive director of the WTAMU Enterprise Center

May 28, 2010 6 a.m.

In the sixth grade, David Terry’s dad bought him a mutual fund and the dream of growing up to work on Wall Street was born. He graduated from West Texas A&M University in 1995 with a degree in finance but David never quite made it to New York City. [READ MORE]
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How Women Really Feel

April 23, 2010 8:13 a.m.

Marriage, work, religion, sex – we wanted to know how Amarillo women really feel about the things that consume our lives. We polled readers on a wide range of topics and talked with four ladies who had a little something to say.
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