Lightning-filled clouds provided a light show looking south towards the Panda Energy Plant in Sherman Monday night.
On the third Friday of each month, a ring of pick-up trucks and late-model sedans encircles the Sherman Elks Lodge, stacked several deep along the building’s north side. The stream of amped-up kids and only slightly less excited adults at the Lodge’s back door peaks a few minutes before 8 p.m., as families and fans disperse inside to find a seat with a decent view.
As Easter dawn breaks across the world, many will gather at sunrise services and in traditional services later in the day to celebrate the news that, “He is risen.”
HUE, Vietnam — Whenever Army Maj. Yancy Baer deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan — and when he came home the last time in 2009 to face the amputation of a leg — Vietnam veterans were always there to greet him and lend their support.
A look at the top music charts for last week would show many well-known artists and musicians from a myriad of genres and musical styles. Sitting near the top of the charts, a young artist from Denison is hoping to make a name for himself among other established artists with his debut album.