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More Navy Helicopters to be Built in Amaillo

The Defense Department’s fiscal year 2016 budget includes $1.6 billion in funding for 19 V-22 Ospreys, roughly the same amount included in last year’s budget.

AEDC Offers Incentives for Planned Food Testing Laboratory

A San Antonio company that tests food, beverages and other items could gain as much as $170,000 in economic development incentives for a laboratory it wants to bring to Amarillo.

New Blog Post Available

Ashton Allison, Director of Marketing and Communications for the Amarillo EDC comments on a recent site selection survey publised by Area Development magazine in new blog post. To read how Amarillo stacks up against the top 10 site evaluation criteria, go here.

Federal Budget May Include Funds for New Ospreys

The federal government’s fiscal 2016 budget will be unveiled today and is expected to include a provision to field a new Navy version of the V-22 Osprey.

Xcel to Build 7-story, $42M Office in Downtown Amarillo

“Amarillo is our operating company’s home, so we are especially proud to be the anchor tenant for the first major private office building constructed downtown in decades,” said David Hudson, president of Southwestern Public Service Co., the Xcel subsidiary in Amarillo.

WT Enterprise Center boosts local economy in 2014

WT Enterprise Center Clients had an outstanding year in 2014. With continued growth through the incubation process, our 2014 client companies reported the addition of new jobs and increased revenue brought into the Amarillo economy.

Peeples Named National Teacher of the Year Finalist

January 14, 2015 – The Council of Chief State School Officers has announced Palo Duro English teacher Shanna Peeples, Texas Teacher of the Year, is one of four finalists for the National Teacher of the Year Program.

Amarillo a Top City to Find a Job

Amarillo was ranked #47 out of 150 American cities in WalletHub's 2015 "Best and Worst Cities to Find a Job" ranking. Amarillo also tied for 4th place as the city with the "Lowest Unemployment Rate for High School Graduates."

Amarillo Recognized by NerdWallet for Strong Economic Performance in 2014

In NerdWallet’s study, Recession Recovery: Cities that Have Improved the Most, Amarillo ranked among the top 10 out of 510 places.

Amarillo Among Top Ten True Western Towns of 2015

Amarillo might have reason to feel its oats about its latest recognition.

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