The Amarillo-Canyon community supports a fallen soldier

Westboro Baptist Church is an institution known for its extremist activities, such as protesting at soldiers’ funerals. The American Defamation League describes WBC as a “homophobic, anti-Semitic hate group.” The transcript for this episode can be found below. Transcript News reports of WBC protesting at the funeral of Amarillo native Genaro Bedoy, a soldier killed…

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Night-blow to cause glow on campus

The WTAMU Art Department will host the annual night-blow event where glass will cause a glow on campus. The event will start at six p.m. on Sept. 26 at the Mary Moody Northern Recital Hall and is open to the surrounding community. “We have Thomas Kreager and Carlyn Ray as our glass guest artist,” Jessica…

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Candlelight vigil in honor of WT Student

A candlelight vigil will be held tonight at 9 p.m. at the Pedestrian Mall in honor and memory of WTAMU student Shelbi McClure. According to Student Body President Nick Goettsche, all students are encouraged to attend the vigil and welcome to say a few words. “This will not be a speaking engagement on [the students]…

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Replacement Officials At Breaking Point?

As a fan of everything football, I was willing to give the replacement officials the benefit of the doubt on the bad calls that have been made through the first three weeks of the NFL season. Going into week three of the NFL, my defense to both the replacement referees and the NFL itself was…

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UPDATE: WT student killed in train collision

UPDATE (1:35 p.m) Updates on the death of WT student Shelbi McClure Moment of silence WT Athletic Director Michael McBroom confirmed in an e-mail to sports reporter Tyler Anderson that there will be a moment of silence at tonight’s volleyball match against Angelo State and Saturday’s football game against Tarleton State. Update from railroad company…

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WT volleyball win games over weekend

The No. 6 WTAMU Lady Buff volleyball team played consecutive road games on Sept. 21-22. WT traveled to Commerce to take on the Texas A&M-Commerce Lions and to Denton to face the Texas Woman’s University Pioneers. The Lady Buffs jumped out to a 9-3 lead early in the first set against Commerce on Sept. 21…

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