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  • (L-R) Chad Martin, (Greenville Daybreak Rotary Club outgoing Club President), Beverly Loss (Rotary Club Administrator), Scott Holey, Charles Ranly, and Shirley Ranly
  • Delano Smith, a native Bahamian, will explore different aspects of the Bahamian lifestyle, such as history, culture, tourism, and the main industries (in terms of revenue). Attendees will gain an insightful perspective of The Bahamas that stems beyond the scope of tourism. Is The Bahamas solely a tourism hotspot? What else does this country offer? Is The Bahamas one island or a chain of islands and cays? How did The Bahamas gain its independence?
  • Lengthy session greets new grand jury
  • McKinney police detectives determined that the suspect was enticing children with candy in order to get them into his garage where the inappropriate touching would take place. The suspect lives at 9201 Newport Lane, McKinney, Texas. This is an ongoing investigation and the McKinney Police Department is requesting anyone with information pertaining to this incident to contact Detective Adrian Guzman.
  • Steve Wozniak, inventor, entrepreneur and philanthropist, will speak Aug. 18 (Monday) as part of the University of North Texas Distinguished Lecture Series.
  • Throughout the hot summer months, as Texas reaches its zenith in sweltering heat, many insects are in full swing of life. Devouring trees and shrubbery as they progress, most of these common insects are extremely visible. Yet one of the most damaging bugs at work today is almost undetectable.
  • Samantha Ehsani has a passion to work with children with behavioral and mental health issues. She has been working with children and adolescents as a case manager for Texoma Community Centerís Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (C&A MH). She has achieved much success in working with the school systems.
  • Snakes of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge will be the topic for a special presentation on Sunday afternoon, July 27, at 3:00. pm. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Intern Aaron Blount will speak on identifying snakes at the Refuge, their importance to the local ecology, and safe handling for removal. Blount will also display some of his pet snakes. photo by Allen Rich
  • Many people with children find it less disruptive to move during the summer months when school is not in session. Although moving can be costly, some expenses may be deductible on your federal income tax return.
  • Summertime is the season that often leads to major life decisions, such as buying a home, moving or a job change. If you are looking for a new job that is in the same line of work, you may be able to deduct some of your job hunting expenses on your federal income tax return.
  • The 2014 Bonham Quilt Hop offers the chance to see hundreds of beautiful quilts and interesting quilt demonstrations. Additionally there will be fun and games, and many vendors will be on hand to sell quilts and fabric-related items. Free shuttle bus service to all locations will be provided on Saturday, courtesy of TAPS.
  • Work Monday thru Thursday, approximately 32-35 hrs/wk.
  • On July 22, 2014, around 11:16 a.m., McKinney Police responded to the DFW Vapor Store located at 1720 N. Central Expressway, McKinney, TX, for a reported Robbery. The clerk reported an older white male wearing a brown shirt, khaki pants and a hat entered the store and demanded he be given all the cash.
  • Bonham Police Department Dispatch received a call from the Denison Police Department in reference to a suspect involved in a recent robbery at a Denison hotel. Denison Investigators advised dispatch the suspect may be staying in Bonham.
  • (L-R) Bonham City Manager Bill Shipp, Judge Lauri Blake, BISD Superintendent Dr. Marvin Beaty, District Attorney Richard Glaser
  • The quilts travel for one year after the contest and following their tour, they are auctioned at the National Quilt Museum Benefit Auction.