The ninth annual “Catfish Rodeo” will be hosted June 4 by the Denison Parks and Recreation Department and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The activity will be from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. at Waterloo Lake and pond in Denison and is open to people of all ages.
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Rescue animals will reap the benefits when the Denison Animal Welfare Group (DAWG) holds a 5K Rescue Run and 1M Dash on June 11. The event will be held at Waterloo Lake Park in Denison and begins with registration starting at 7 a.m. The 5K begins at 8 a.m. and the 1M at 9 a.m.
Gift Exchange donation The non-profit Women’s Gift Exchange in Sherman recently donated $2,000 to the Grand Central Station-The Dining Car, a non-profit Sherman site that provides meals to those in need. Shown are Gift Exchange president Carolyn Andrews, center, who presented the check to Dining Car representatives Dorothy McKee and Sheryl Bradshaw, left and right. The money for the donation was raised at a special event held in April. Other local charities wanting to be considered for a donation can pick up an application at the Gift Exchange, located inside Kelly Square in Sherman. (Courtesy photo)
BOSTON — Lloyd Matsumoto awoke from his liver transplant last month to find his surgeon more than pleased with the results. The new organ had begun producing bile almost immediately, a welcome signal that it had quickly started to function well.
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Social activities including meals, travel and games will fill the June events calendar for the Texoma Newcomers and Neighbors group. For information, call 432-816-1930.
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WASHINGTON — Federal officials are super-sizing key information on nutrition labels for packaged foods and adding additional data to help Americans make healthier choices as their appetites — and many products marketed to fill them — have grown.
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