How about some Wild West action and outdoor fun? Is a mountain of chocolate more your style? And speaking of style, what about a new hair style or going out for a stylish night of fun? All that awaits you this weekend.
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For varsity choir students wondering if they would like to pursue music education, Sherman High School choir director Anna Clarkson gave her students the opportunity to mentor fourth grade students in the all-city choir before their first performance Tuesday night.
Students with Grayson College’s Cosmetology Department will once again be hosting Sweetheart Princess Day on Friday. This semester, the event benefits the Grayson County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals by collecting items needed by the agency.
Members of the local community soon will have the opportunity to see the wonders of the night sky through the lens of Austin College’s observatory.
A celebration of Black History Month, including Gospel singing, praise dancing, poetry reading, fitness demonstrations, a style show, food booths and vendors, will take place at the Texomaland Black Expo from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in the Sid Richardson Gymnasium at Austin College.
WHITESBORO — As an English teacher in Taiwan, Jessica Lin had been searching for a way to expand her English speaking skills. Forty minute online sessions quickly turned into hours of learning each day with English as a Second Language teacher Angel Fitzpatrick of Whitesboro. After two years of working together, the teacher and student developed a friendship that led to Lin booking a 10-day trip to the U.S. in late January.
We’ve all got or have had them — that comfortable, well-worn, perfectly fitted pair of boots or shoes. They’ve protected our feet through months, if not years, of hot pavement and frozen ground. Donning them is like hanging out with a longtime friend. So, what happens when they finally go that last mile?
With elementary students having limited opportunities to sing, Sherman High School Choir Director Anna Clarkson organized the first all-city choir for Sherman Independent School District fourth graders to give students the chance to explore their passion to perform on stage.
VAN ALSTYNE - Sam and Ollie Edmonds of Van Alstyne will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Feb. 11.
A little rain did not muddy any animal footprints at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge’s first children’s event of 2016 on Saturday. The Youth First event, the park’s free monthly program for children, gave attendees the opportunity to learn about animals that live in trees.