The cheers of hundreds of third and fourth grade students from Denison Independent School District echoed in Munson Stadium Tuesday afternoon as all five elementary schools competed in “Play Day.” Twenty elementary classes participated in a “mega relay” and several running events.
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VAN ALSTYNE — Imagine a room set apart from the rest of the world. A bright, airy space with blank canvases, worn brushes, colorful posters and books filled with familiar characters. To many creative minds, this space would be paradise. To Van Alstyne artist Ron Head, this is simply his studio.
Maria Huerta sets up her artwork Thursday afternoon for the Sherman High School Senior Art Show at Bean Me Up Coffeehouse & Cafe. The theme of Huerta’s portfolio incorporates Bible verses with major events from the past and present.
Summer will soon be here. While that excites children, working parents might have a different reaction.
Memorial Day weekend is here. It’s a time to honor the nation’s military heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice — giving their lives defending our nation and others who needed help. A variety of free, patriotic activities have been scheduled so that the public can gather to show its respect.
Monday is Memorial Day. Many will participate in the annual custom of decorating the graves of war dead with flowers, a tradition that began in 1868. Others will attend special commemoration events, or spend time with family remembering loved ones who were lost.
Bioprinted human skin has been on the scene for some time, but L’Oreal — yes, the cosmetics company — is hoping to get into the game.
The rage over 1950s and 1960s style is still going strong. Midcentury architecture is back. Midcentury furniture is back. Midcentury fashions are back. So why not some midcentury food?
Main dish salads for dinner are a quick and easy option solving the dinner time dilemma.
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