BONHAM — After hearing the attorneys’ closing arguments, jurors found defendant Adriane Connerley guilty of the lesser offenses of unlawful restraint and reckless injury to a child in court Wednesday after a week-and-a-half long trial.
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Officials with the city of Denison said that residents may have noticed an unusual taste and odor from drinking water within the past month. After investigating the concerns, the city is reporting the taste and smell are connected to the growth of algae in Lake Randell, the city’s primary water source, said Public Works Director David Howerton.
It’s not often that school administrators get taken on field trips, but that is exactly what happened late last month. As part of an update process for Fannin County’s emergency plans, the Texoma Council of Governments took a handful of superintendents and principals up to Oklahoma to tour tornado-resistant safe rooms in schools.
As workers from the Centers for Disease Control descended upon Dallas to make sure the recent Ebola case at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital has been contained, Texoma health authorities say they are stepping up to make sure all proper precautions are in place.
The first full week of fall has not been absent of summer color as this bee hovers around colorful flowers.
The United States Centers for Disease Control confirmed Tuesday that a patient at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas tested positive for the Ebola virus. Although the disease has ravaged western Africa since March, health experts say there is little need to worry about an Ebola epidemic in the United States.
Much mocha-colored ink was spilled Monday over “National Coffee Day,” as caffeine addicts celebrated yet another “special day” in the ever-growing list of made-up holidays. But for java lovers in and around Sherman, the real day for celebration is still a week or two away. After months of work behind-the-scenes at 209 S. Travis Street, Bean Me Up Coffeehouse is nearly ready to open its doors.
Grayson County commissioners Tuesday didn’t break any speed records for their weekly meeting, but they didn’t linger over matters either.
BONHAM — Officials with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services have announced it will terminate its Medicare provider agreement with the Red River Regional Hospital in Bonham on Oct. 9. The decision comes after a in-person survey on Sept. 8 found “deficiencies that represent an immediate jeopardy to patient health and safety” according to documents obtained from the CMS.
Austin College will host Dr. Lorenzo Cohen, professor at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, in a lecture, “The Value of Integrative Medicine in a Shifting Health Care Environment,” at 11 a.m. Thursday in IDEA Center, Room 127. The lecture is free and open to the public.