Oct. 27, 2005, column:
'Renaissance' woman leads marriage therapy group
Note: This headline that was in the newspaper doesn't reflect what the column is about. It should be something like "Creepy novel writer got spiritual start in Amarillo." --Mike H.
Another note: The following was cut from the column. Some of you might want this information:
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Just wondering whether Dwight Huber, chairman of the Amarillo College English department, recalls his nickname, “Fightin’ Dwight, the White Knight of Right,” from Melanie Wells’s formative years at Amarillo High School. His department is sponsoring a free appearance by author Wells and her friend and fellow former Sandie, Austin musician Trish Murphy, at 9 a.m. Nov. 3 in the AC Concert Hall Theater. Wells also will be at Amarillo’s Barnes and Noble from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Nov. 3. Information on the two is online at www.melaniewells.com and www.trishmurphy.com.