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  • A crew of 5 will leave Sunday morning from Boyd Baptist Church in Bonham. The crew will be working in Lafayette, Louisiana cleaning up houses damaged from the high waters.
  • Kids, you bring a parent and we'll have the poles and we'll all go fishing down at the Hagerman fishin' hole. A free fishing event will be held from 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 3, 2016, open to all children ages 4-16. With the help of parents, kids will be able to demonstrate their fishing skill or luck in the Display Pond located next to Refuge Road.
  • When my mother was lying in ICU after by-pass surgery years ago, she was hooked up and connected to a myriad of machines, screens, pumps, and vials. Clear tubes protruded from every orifice---some were carrying fluid in, while others carried fluid out. Most of the fluid was clear, except for the dark orange one near the floor. As she lay there still under sedation, my dad said to me: "I believe if your mother could get her hair done she'd perk right up."
  • The Farmers & Fleas Market features produce, crafts, food, jewelry, antiques, and more. The Farmers & Fleas Market is held on the first Saturday of each month and is a project of Farmersville Main Street, which is dedicated to downtown revitalization. It is Farmersville’s version of “trades days,” and is now celebrating its twelfth year.
  • Remember when Alaska was admitted to the USA as our 49th state? I was in high school at the time, and the main thing I remember was the gleeful boast by Alaskans that Texas would no longer be the biggest state. When I got to Texas A&M the next year, the standing joke was that if all the ice in Alaska were melted, Texas would again be the biggest.
  • Featuring over 100 Summer Activities throughout Texoma Region.