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a city in the northern panhandle of Texas

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Lori Ballen's class at Keller Williams Realty in Amarillo, Texas on April 19, 2016 is tailored specifically to the real estate industry, although The Ballen Method, as taught by Lori Ballen, applies to small businesses of various genres.
Sam's Club announced on Monday that it will open a brand new club at 8952 Westgate Parkway in Amarillo, Texas on 5 November 2015.
Other groomsmen included Tony Ankar of Birmingham, Alabama; Andrew Bivins of Amarillo, Texas; Tyler Bromley of Augusta, Georgia; William Morton of New York City; Davis Murfree of Washington, DC; Willard Overlock III of New York City; Jorge Rangel of Austin, Texas; Jack Reed III of Oxford; Hugh Russell of Amarillo, Texas; Stuart Selig of Los Angeles, California; Nell Shelton of Amarillo, Texas; Paul Smith of Amarillo, Texas; John Steele of Nashville; Tennessee; Matthew Taylor of Charlottesville, Virginia; and Patrick Ware of Amarillo, Texas.
Amarillo College in Amarillo, Texas, has received a $695,738 skills development grant from the Texas Workforce Commission.
The men-only group, Missionaries of the Gospel of Life, will be based in Amarillo, Texas, and will train its members in voter-registration drives, lobbying and using the media to promote its antichoice views.
A YEAR AFTER the helium plant near Amarillo, Texas, started selling the stuff to private buyers, local officials say that levies on the sales have generated enough revenue to justify a cut in tax rates.
to serve as vice chairman, and Jay O'Brien of Amarillo, Texas, to serve as secretary/treasurer of the Beef Board for the year.
5GHz Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service (MMDS) band, Nucentrix conducted a three-month field trial in Austin, Texas, and is now preparing for a second field trial in Amarillo, Texas that is expected to be completed by October 2000, subject to receiving developmental authorization from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Amarillo Gear is based in Amarillo, Texas, and is part of The Marmon Group.
After announcing the formation of a joint venture with Baptist Community Services (BCS) of Amarillo, Texas, to acquire BSA Health System, Ardent Health Services intends to pursue a $1.
Flown from the Bell-Boeing production facility in Amarillo, Texas, the tilt-rotor craft will undergo several weeks of modifications to install a special instrumentation package for flight testing.
Glass container collection was discontinued from curbside collections in Amarillo, Texas, in July.
Kathy Cornett, account executive for the southern division of Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc is named vice president of client services for McCormick Advertising Agency, Amarillo, Texas.
But if Uncle Sam's emissaries conclude nuclear-arms-reduction accords with the former Soviet Union, the Department of Energy (DOE) will have to prepare for a torrent of retirees at its Pantex plant in Amarillo, Texas -- the facility where most of the weapons were initially assembled.
Mojtabai pointed out in her brilliant if largely overlooked book Blessed Assurance, which deals with Bible-belt Amarillo, Texas, home of the final assembly plant for American nuclear weapons.