Nature provides a bountiful assortment of artistic possibilities, whether it’s inspiration for an art piece or actual supplies to create the piece. For two local men, wood is the canvas they choose for their unique works.
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It’s a well-established bit of local lore that John Henry “Doc” Holliday practiced dentistry in Denison for a short time in 1874 while trying to duck Dallas gambling charges. Unfortunately for local historians, that was a good three years before Holliday met and began his subsequent association with famed lawman Wyatt Earp, meaning Tombstone’s most famous deputy town marshal never made a mark on Texoma.
Gary P. and Donna (Lavender) Beaver of Sherman recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married in Wichita, Kansas on Aug. 15, 1964 and moved to Sherman in 1981.
Having a passion in life — whether it’s a fulfilling career, a satisfying hobby, or the simple pleasures of spending time with loved ones — helps make the journey worthwhile. When that passion is temporarily or permanently ended by health issues, the result can be physically and emotionally devastating.
Between the two, REO Speedwagon and Chicago have sold more than 140 million albums over the last five decades. They’ve toured the country alongside pretty much any act you can think of from the ’80s, filling stadiums and amphitheaters with crowds and classic rock.
William Edmond and Bobbie Kathryn (Balkum) Holle recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. A family gathering was held at Cedar Bayou on Lake Texoma.
LOS ANGELES — One of the drawbacks of a life captured on film is the irrefutable evidence of time passing. The camera can hide many things, but not the fact that people, even famous people, grow old. Right before our eyes.
Upcoming activities were the focus of Thursday’s Denison Rotary Club program. Presenting the information were Anna McKinney, president of the Denison Area Chamber of Commerce, and Donna Dow, manager of the Denison Main Street program. They were introduced by Steve Armstrong, club president.
Taking the traditional marriage vow of in sickness and in health to a very unique level, one Garvin County couple didn’t allow a hospital stay to delay them tying the knot.
PHILADELPHIA — Near 10th and Market Streets, Edward Dunn held up a piece of cardboard on which he had scrawled a plea in the form of a question.