Online auctions regularly offer locks of Charles Manson’s hair, sometimes braided into a swastika. Sellers also have dirt from John Wayne Gacy’s crawlspace and pavement from the Texas highway where James Byrd Jr. was dragged to his death.
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ASHLAND, Ky. — For a moment there, it looked as though Kim Davis might stay out of jail.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court now has on its appeal docket an abortion case that will probably decide how far conservative states may go in restricting abortion clinics.
WASHINGTON—The Trans-Pacific Partnership’s rocky road in Congress faces a fresh threat from tobacco-state senators.
HOWE – Residents of Howe and surrounding areas won’t get their taste of the Hawaiian islands anytime soon as the city has officially placed the proposed Hawaiian Falls water park on hold after it determined the park was out of its price range.
WASHINGTON — In a major victory for President Barack Obama, Democratic Sen. Barbara Mikulski of Maryland announced support for the Iran nuclear deal Wednesday, providing the White House the votes it needs to prevent Republicans from scuttling the agreement.
After six years and one day, World War II came to a close 70 years ago Wednesday, signalling the end of one of the darkest periods in modern history. It was on Sept. 2, 1945 that Japan officially signed the Instruments of Surrender, ending its hostilities with the Allied Powers.
POTTSBORO – A raised median on F.M. 120 between Spur 316 and State Highway 289 has created some issues for developers and property owners, Pottsboro City Manager Kevin Farley said in a March interview. In April, the city went to the Texas Department of Transportation with a request to remove the median entirely to allow easier access to the south side of F.M. 120. Last month, they finally heard a reply.
The Greater Texoma Utility Authority rejected the sole bid for work at Sherman’s Sears lift station during its meeting Monday. The project calls for the construction of 7,000 feet of pipe in order to retire the aging station, which was built in the 1960s.
SADLER — The Sadler and Southmayd Consolidated Independent School District board of trustees has called a Tax Ratification Election on Sept. 12 to change the tax rate for the 2015-2016 school year.