She’s well-educated and outspoken with an occasional touch of sassiness. She successfully blended her roles as an Army wife and mother with her career as a talented musician. Lady luck seems to remain at her side whether it’s her health or an afternoon playing bingo. All this and more will be celebrated when Doris Weller marks her 100th birthday Friday.
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BONHAM — Supporters of Bonham’s Creative Arts Center are joining together to ask the community for more support. The Center hopes that it can obtain the financial means to fund its growing art programs.
Melanie Hale remembers when Downtown Sherman was Sherman. Born at the end of tail-end of the Baby Boomer generation, Hale said she recalls the era before there were malls and Town Centers — back when Sherman’s Courthouse Square was the beating heart of the city.
After years of planning, preparation and work, a goal of the Denison Independent School District Alumni Association will become reality this Saturday. The group will hold the official opening of the DISD Alumni Museum from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
As Denison continues its ongoing efforts to build on its long tradition of wine making, members of the community and local fermentation sciences industries came together to welcome the new director of Grayson College’s viticulture and enology program on Monday.
A tradition of the past will return to Sherman High School this week when the musical production of “Oklahoma!” takes the stage. Bringing the musical to life are students from the high school’s choral, theater and band, along with those who aren’t a part of those particular programs. Co-directors are Anna Clarkson, choir director, and Bob Watson of the theater department. Amy Wallace is handling the choreography and Melba Avila conducts the orchestra.
When is a completely white painting more than just a piece of modern art? Grayson College’s Theatre Department delves into that when it presents “Art” Nov. 21-23 in GC’s Black Box Theatre in the Arts & Communication Center on its Main Campus in Denison.
Nasty allegations have been haunting one of America’s most iconic comedians with a reputation for moral wholesomeness. For nine years, Bill Cosby has been accused of sexual assault by women who say they were the victims.
Grayson College piano professor Tatiana Bays got a big surprise Wednesday — well, two actually — in the form of two Petrof grand pianos.
As another Veterans Day has come and gone, leaving our nation remembering the men and women who have served this country and preserved its history, the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution used this time to recount history in their own way. Thursday morning members of the Preston Trail Chapter of the NSDAR held a special presentation for the Pottsboro Senior Center – a character reenactment of a Sherman legend, Olive Ann Oatman Fairchild.