COLBERT, Oklahoma - The Colbert Cemetery Association will hold its annual meeting at 7 p.m. on May 4. The session will be in the Church of Christ family center at 212 West Coleman Avenue. All members and anyone interested in the Colbert Cemetery are encouraged to attend.
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NEW YORK — The next generation of women — specifically those born between 1995 and 2002 — grew up with social media, recession and global conflict. They followed the exploits of Edward Snowden. They watched parents lose jobs. They are outraged by the video-recorded violence of the Islamic State.
When you think about toughness, you probably consider how strong something is. But there is another kind of toughness you might not have considered. How well does a species deal with its surroundings? Humans, for example, are pretty helpless. A naked human can endure only a narrow range of environments. Too hot? We’re dead. Too cold? We’re dead. Not enough water? We’re dead. Too much water? Same thing.
Obesity and stress-related ailments are increasing in America. Efforts are mounting for people of all ages to get off the couch and get moving, to spend less time on the computer or in front of the TV and more time re-acquainting themselves with the great outdoors. For a growing number of people, accomplishing that is as simple as going back to a favorite childhood pastime – bicycling.
The Denison High School Class of 1965 is planning its 5oth Reunion and is still trying to track down a few classmates.
Denison Genealogical Society
Arias from a medley of operas will be featured when the Sherman Symphony Orchestra celebrates 50 years of musical excellence with a special concert on May 2. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Kidd Key Auditorium and will be highlighted with guest performances by choruses from Austin College and Southeastern Oklahoma State University, along with soloists Sylvia Rivers, Wayne Crannell, Robert Mancusi and Candace Taylor. Dan Dominick is the orchestra conductor.
ARLINGTON - Students from Dance Xplosion in Denison were among top winners in the recent Stage One National Dance Competition at the University of Texas at Arlington. Results are listed below, by dance category.
Courtesy photo Lincycomb family The family of Nona Lincycomb of Colbert, Oklahoma, recently gathered for a five generation photo. Shown are Lincycomb, seated, Chelsea L. Kirby and Lilly Ballard of Sherman, Chris Morgan of Bay Town and Brenda Gail Little of The Woodlands.
Courtesy photo April honoree Grant Jones, left, has been named as April’s “Student of the Month” by the Sherman Kiwanis Club. Making the presentation at right is club member Amos Mazzant.