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Grayson College leaders share vision for the future

Celebrating a major milestone is not only a time to reflect on the past, but it is also a moment to share a vision for the coming years. In the midst of Grayson College’s 50th anniversary, the school’s leaders shared what they believe the future may hold for the future of the college.

Denison celebrates ‘Doc’ Holliday, local connection

Like many figures from the Wild West era of American history, John Henry Holliday enjoys something of a mythic legend behind his name. From his days as a young dentist with a penchant for gambling to a fateful shootout in Tombstone, Arizona, many stories and movies have told the tale of “Doc” Holliday. Now Denison is looking to celebrate the man behind the myth and the brief time he spent in the city early in his career.

Hamburger Basket Benefit to help homeless veterans

An old-fashioned Hamburger Basket Benefit to assist homeless veterans participating in the HUD-Veteran’s Affairs Supportive Housing program will be held Friday. Hamburgers will be sold at $7 per basket, with all proceeds going to assist the area’s homeless veterans with rent and utility deposits, essential household items and furniture.

Court reporter recognized for her 32 years

For more than 30 years, Janet Kamras listened to the highs and lows of Grayson County. She listened when they adopted children and when they decided who got those children in the divorce. She listened when Child Protective Services investigated the way children were treated and when people who were convicted of abusing children were sentenced to prison.