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TMC celebrates 50 years of service in Denison

When Memorial Hospital opened in 1965, it was a small community hospital serving the thriving railroad community of Denison. After 50 years, and a renaming in the 1970s, Texoma Medical Center has expanded to a regional facility that provides health care service to the individuals across the entire region.

USACE announces restoration of land near Widow Moore Creek

Officials with the Tulsa District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that work has begun in restoring 66 acres of core-managed land on the east side of Widow Moore Creek in Bryan County. The project goals include allowing the majority of the land to return to its natural state, while improving access to the area, Assistant Project Manager Paul Balkenbush said in a press release Monday.

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Humanitarian Architect Shigeru Ban to Visit Austin College Thursday

Shigeru Ban, recipient of the 2015 Austin College Posey Leadership Award, will offer a public lecture at 11 a.m. on Thursday in Wynne Chapel. The pioneering architect has designed disaster relief shelters around the world—using environmentally friendly materials—that have provided millions a place to call home. His work as an innovative architect and humanitarian—building disaster relief shelters of recyclable cardboard and paper—has given new insight to the world of architecture.

Pottsboro annual audit shows no problems for 2014

POTTSBORO — At the close of the 2014 fiscal year, Pottsboro’s financial assets exceeded its liabilities by more than $8 million, according to the city’s most recent financial audit. The Pottsboro City Council approved the audit during a special meeting Monday night, after hearing the document gave the city a “clean” rating once again.