Maybe the kids today aren’t so different after all.
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA on Tuesday signaled the end to the long drought of sending astronauts into space from Florida by announcing that the next generation of America’s manned spacecraft will be produced and operated by the private space transportation companies Boeing and SpaceX.
Retailers just reported another quarter of disappointing results. It’s been five years since the recession ended, and many have cut outlooks for the rest of the year.
Becky Pickles is in the business of memories. She opened her new make-it-yourself pottery shop downtown Sherman in July. Pickles said this shop was “always something that (was) in the back of my mind.”
To encourage business growth of all types in the region, local business leaders in Denison held a seminar on small business franchising on Thursday at the Grayson College Viticulture Center. The seminar, entitled “Career Security Through Franchise Ownership,” focused on teaching potential entrepreneurs about the realities of franchising while also dispelling the myths.
Love’s Travel Stops continues to expand its network of compressed natural gas fueling facilities for heavy-duty trucks and passenger vehicles.
Denison Mayor Jared Johnson presents Fred Ruiz with a proclamation declaring August 21, 2014 Fred Ruiz Day and a key to the city at the 50th anniversary party held at the Denison Ruiz Foods plant Thursday afternoon. The company also celebrated the Denison plant’s expansion which is expected to begin production next week. The expansion is adding several hundred new jobs and has brought millions in new investment by the company.
For eateries located near Sherman’s ongoing Loy Lake Bridge construction project, it’s the best of times or the worst of times, depending on which side of the bridge a business calls home. The closing of the bridge six weeks ago bifurcated Sherman Town Center shopping center from Sherman Commons, creating a dichotomy in the process. Since then, it’s been a tale of two sides of the city.
The cash registers were busy at Sherman Town Center Saturday afternoon, as young families shuffled through the check-out lines like any other weekend. But it wasn’t any other weekend, at least not for those purchasing back-to-school supplies and clothing. For those families, the end of the check-out line was punctuated by a thing of beauty: “TAX: $0.00.” Texas’ annual Tax Free Weekend was a reason for them to smile.
WASHINGTON— All Americans may soon be able to get help from 911 just by sending a text message.