Though currently closed due to flooding, staff members and volunteers at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge are still actively planning upcoming activities at the popular site.
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SEATTLE — You know the old stereotype about men hitting midlife and rushing out to buy a sports car?
The “cities of the world” will be explored this month during the Sherman Public Library’s Brown Bag Video Series. The free presentations will be shown each Wednesday in July at noon in the library’s Hope Waller Community Room. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lunch and beverages will be provided by the Friends of the Sherman Public Library.
FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — At the Micah Ecumenical Ministries, in the center of this quaint colonial town, Stella Dempsey sits in the waiting room, looking dejected. Ministry staffers offered her a bed at a shelter, but she says she can’t bear to go back. Still, she’s feeling desperate.
HACKENSACK, N.J. — Researchers at The Valley Hospital and a private lab have developed a blood test that they hope will someday help to detect early-stage lung cancer when it’s most treatable, officials said last week.
Walter Browne, who dropped out of high school to embark on a legendary career in competitive chess that made him an American champion several times over, died June 24 in Las Vegas. He was 66.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The undercover cops didn’t help the vibe, most of all for Moondog. They wore jeans and t-shirts and carried backpacks that made them look almost like everybody else, except not really. They wouldn’t talk to me as they scooped up the spoils of the copyright shakedown — pins and t-shirts — and Moondog, growing uglier by the second as he stood helplessly next to his camper, cursed out the Dead, mocked Bobby and Phil Lesh, then pledged to return next time with bags of heroin decorated with Jerry’s face. Ouch.
Despite an unusually wet and rainy start to the summer in May and June, local public pools are expecting to have a busy season as Texoma residents look to beat the heat while having some fun in the sun.
Brianna Crabtree and Zachary Testerman, both of Denison, were wed June 13 at Calvary Baptist Church in Denison. Officiating was Chris Stephens, church pastor.