Courtesy photo District winner The home of Myra McCormic, 1514 LaSalle Drive, has been selected by Keep Sherman Beautiful as its District 2 “Yard of the Week.”
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Games, art, homegrown goodies, music and an old-fashioned community celebration are all on tap this weekend in Texomaland.
When Grayson College art professor Steve O. Black began an art exhibit 13 years ago featuring exclusively black and white images, people called him crazy.
The tinkle of toasting wineglasses, rattle of plates and utensils and the pleasant hum of a dozen different conversations make Alan Isley smile. In moments, he’ll be adding his musical sounds to the inviting mix inside Devolli’s Italian Restaurant on Denison’s Main Street just like he’s done four nights a week for the last 11 years.
Keep the sandbags handy. Previous flood assessments have underestimated the actual risk of dangerous floods in many parts of the country, according to a new study. By looking back at the historical weather records, researchers have found an important synergy between two flood risk factors in coastal zones that has often gone overlooked.
Peg Lynch, a trailblazer for women in broadcast entertainment who wrote, owned and starred in one of television’s first sitcoms, “Ethel and Albert,” has died. She was 98.
Ever fantasize of being able to see the benefits of exercise without having to, you know, work out?
In a few short weeks, Austin College graduate student Kellie Day will start her first job out of college as a teacher at Terrell Elementary School in Denison. And for the past 10 days, Day and seven other AC teaching students have gotten a preview of what they’re in for.
Learning to move through and past the grief of losing a loved one is the focus of the upcoming “Healing Your Mind, Body & Soul” workshop being hosted by Home Hospice of Grayson County. The free, four-part workshop will be from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Aug. 10, 17, 23 and 31 at Fusion Bible Church, 2515 West Lamberth Road in Sherman.
Paul and Ofelia Martin have both been selected by the Friends of Hagerman as “photographers of the month” for August. A virtual album of their photos taken at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge will be exhibited at www.friendsofhagerman.com/Gallery throughout August.