Studies dating from the 1970s have consistently shown that neighborhoods near environmental hazards — toxic waste sites, landfills, congested highways — are overwhelmingly poor communities of color.
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The Denison High School Stingerettes drill team will performing “Happily Ever After” for the annual spring show on Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Eisenhower Auditorium at Denison High School. This will be the final show for the Stingerettes at the high school before the opening of the new Denison High School in the fall.
In the netherworld that lies between death and full consciousness, some grievously injured or ill patients will remain suspended indefinitely. But others, given time, will eke their way out of the twilight and toward recovery. Accurately predicting which group an apparently vegetative patient falls into could bring comfort, solace and sometimes hope to their families — and also to the patients involved, who may wish to convey they are still “in there,” or may feel pain that is not being addressed.
Members of Denison’s Thursday Review Club will celebrate the group’s 75th anniversary this Thursday with a luncheon and review in the fellowship hall of Waples Memorial United Methodist Church.
BONHAM — The annual Texas A&M University Aggie Muster in Fannin County is set for April 21, 6:30 p.m., in the Derrell Hall Education Center, 2505 North Center in Bonham. Thump Witcher is chairman of the event which includes dinner, a ceremony and guest speaker Jess C. Rickman III. All current and former Texas A&M students, their families and friends are encouraged to attend.
The priceless gift of service to others was celebrated last week during the annual Texoma Medical Center Volunteers’ awards banquet. Themed “Dancing with the Stars of Service,” the festivities were held at the Denison Country Club.
History was made on April 5 when the members of Sherman’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2772 elected the 81-year-old post’s first female commander - Kattie Baillio. Conducting the session was outgoing commander Ray L. Flood.
STEPHENVILLE — Molly Menci of Whitewright, a student at Tarleton State University, will be performing with the university’s wind ensemble on April 23 at Carnegie Hall in New York City. The performance is part of the International Music Festival.
It may be the speech and hearing industry’s best-kept secret, but if you have mild to moderate hearing loss, you may not have to invest in new, pricey hearing aids.