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|KGNC-AM has opening for a part-time Master Control Operator. Apply in person at the KGNC Studios 3505 Olsen Blvd, Suite 117 during regular business hour. No phone calls. EOE.|
|Win tickets to the Musical-Drama TEXAS|
|Drop by Western Equipment - 10800 I-27 south and enter to win 2 tickets to see TEXAS in Palo Duro Canyon. This weeks winners are Bruce Bassett of Happy & Ray Miller of Masterson. We will announce a winner every Monday in July. Click here for more information about Western Equipment your local John Deere dealer.|
|Every Wednesday in July|
|Join us for Center City's High Noon on the Square downtown at 6th & Taylor. There will be a $7 catered lunch from Chick-Fil-A and free live entertainment from the Amarillo Opera Youth Musical. Bring a lawn chair or blanket.|
New Amarillo Bulls head coach John Rogge hit the ground running in his effort to recruit players for the upcoming season after taking over for Dennis Williams a few months ago . At a news conference yesterday, Rogge said he's not done yet. He has several camps he will be attending in the next few weeks before players begin arriving the last week of August. Bulls players will hold their first practice here in Amarillo on August 25th.
However, Rogge has had to deal with an unexpected problem along the way, the flood at the Amarillo Civic Center, where the team plays it games and has has offices and locker rooms. Rogge is trying to put a positive spin on things, saying at least they are getting new equipment and offices. He added that at least it didn't happen during the season which would have been much worse.
The Wichita Wingnuts pounded Amarillo Sox pitchers for 20 hits on Friday in a 10-4 Wingnuts victory in the opener of a 3-game series in Wichita. The Sox had 12 hits of their own but it wasn't nearly enough as they fall to 18-34 on the season with their sixth straight loss. Wichita continues to lead the American Association South Division at 37-17 and have won 7 straight games.
Game two of the series is Saturday at 7:05 p.m. in Wichita.
Fans are invited to attend the 2014 Lone Star Conference Football Preseason Media Day on Tuesday, July 29, at Coyote Ridge Golf Club in Carrollton, Texas.
LSC Media Day features all eight LSC football coaches along with select football student-athletes from each team. At the event, LSC commissioner Stan Wagnon will speak and the league’s preseason poll and players of the year will be announced.
This year, the event is open to the public to purchase tickets. Lunch will be provided, followed by a brief program, and golf at Coyote Ridge.
There are several opportunities for parents, fans, and sponsors to attend. For additional information and to register log on to: https://lonestarconference.launchtrack.com/register/lone-star-conference-media-day/information. The deadline to register is July 18.
LSC Football Preseason Media Day Schedule:
11:00 AM: Luncheon attendee registration begins
11:30 AM: Luncheon registration ends and media program begins
2:30 PM: Shot gun start at Coyote Ridge Golf Course