Nail-biting drama, high-flying action, side-splitting comedy and charming escapades have all found a home in Sherman since the Little Theatre opened in the 1920s. That tradition continues today with the non-profit Sherman Community Players.
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BONHAM — Registration is open for the final Kids Love Art Camp being hosted by the Creative Arts Center of Bonham. Instructing the camp will be artist/illustrator/author Jamie Slack.
Preston Trail Chapter NSDAR
The two fishermen thought they had a whopper on the end of the line. It was a late June evening at Lady Bird Lake, a reservoir in Austin, Texas, when 55-year-old Terry Wayne Washington and a friend began reeling in the hefty catch.
Lawful gun owners commit less than a fifth of all gun crimes, according to a novel analysis released this week by the University of Pittsburgh.
Young people with diabetes were four times more likely to be hospitalized for mental health or substance use treatment in 2014 than were young adults without the disease, according to a recent study that shines a harsh light on the psychological toll the disease can take on this group.
Grayson County Rotary Club
Sale set at Bargain Box
When Dolly the sheep was born 20 years ago, The University of Edinburgh’s famous girl was the first mammal created by way of true cloning. Her embryo was created not using the sex or stem cells of another sheep, but from mature cells taken straight from the donor’s mammary tissue.
Long before wind and solar, water was the nation’s top renewable energy source. Going back some 100 years, the United States built enormous dams — like the Depression-era Hoover Dam in Nevada — to produce tremendous amounts of energy.