BILOXI, Mississippi - Amanda Oates of Gulfport, Mississippi and Grant Gibson of Biloxi, Mississippi will wed July 11 at the Biloxi Visitor’s Center.
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Europe will be the focus of April’s “Brown Bag Video Series” at the Sherman Public Library. The presentations are offered each week at noon in the Hope Waller Community Room of the Sherman Public Library. They are free and open to the public. Participants can bring a lunch and beverages are provided by the Friends of the Sherman Public Library.
If you suffer from migraine headaches, you’ve got plenty of company. More than 10% of the population is hurting right along with you, including 18% of women. Migraines are most common from the ages of 25 to 55. The good news: New research can help change your approach to managing your migraines. Here are five strategies to try.
BONHAM — At their weekly meeting Monday, the Fannin County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a proclamation declaring April to be Child Abuse Awareness Month in Fannin County. In honor of this month, the Children’s Center has many events and activities planned.
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Snakes are the focus of this Saturday’s Youth FIRST program at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge. The 10 a.m. presentation and activities will be split into two age groups and is free and open to children ages 4 to 12. Attendees will meet in the refuge Visitor Center.
HOUSTON - Students from the S&S FFA recently earned high marks for their efforts in the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Ag Mechanics Project Show. The show consisted of 854 projects from 365 schools across Texas. All schools competed together, regardless of size.
Dressed in a red uniform in a Lenexa, Kan., martial arts studio, Helen Dugan puts an opponent 73 years her junior in a choke hold, then throws him to the mat. Moving like a woman half her age, she pounces on top of him, pinning his arms.
The ancient Celts were a people of the forest. They used a lot of wood in their daily lives, for housing, cookery and art. Sometime around the 5th century B.C., they came up with an ingenious new way with wood; they formed it into barrels, for storing liquids such as water, ale and, eventually, when this craft was bequeathed to the modern age, wine.
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