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  • Ag-Power will be the title sponsor and Neil Sperry will be the featured speaker at the Grayson County Master Gardeners 2nd annual Fall Garden Show at Loy Lake Park.
  • A busy week of Homecoming activities at Bonham High School always culminates with a dream come true for one young lady, and Friday night the crown came to rest on the head of a radiant Ashley Woodruff, the 2015 Bonham High School Homecoming Queen. photo by Allen Rich
  • Grayson College is hosting the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Texas I State Festival Oct. 14-17. GC and five other colleges will present their plays in Cruce Stark Auditorium, located on the college’s Main Campus in Denison.
  • The Texoma Community Center's (TCC) Integrated Health Program (IHP) has been available to Texoma area patients since October 2013. IHP became a reality as a result of the 1115 Waiver Medicaid Expansion. TCC and the Greater Texoma Health Clinic formed a partnership for the program. The clinic is located at 900 North Armstrong in Denison. The program provides integrated health care to the uninsured or the underinsured members of the community. No fees are charged for the services at this time.
  • The pumpkins are all in their places with bright shiny faces and the countdown is on for the 20th Annual Pumpkin Patch Bazaar at Bonham Public Library. photo by Allen Rich
  • 2004 – death of Christopher Reeve, American actor, producer, and activist. Christopher D'Olier Reeve (September 25, 1952 – October 10, 2004) was an American actor, film director, producer, screenwriter, author, and activist. He achieved stardom for his acting achievements, in particular his motion picture portrayal of the comic book superhero Superman. Reeve appeared in other critically acclaimed films such as Street Smart (1987) and The Remains of the Day (1993). He received a Golden Globe nomination for his performance in the television remake of Rear Window (1998). On May 27, 1995, Reeve became a quadriplegic after being thrown from a horse during an equestrian competition in Culpeper, Virginia. He required a wheelchair and a portable ventilator for the rest of his life. He lobbied on behalf of people with spinal-cord injuries and for human embryonic stem cell research, founding the Christopher Reeve Foundation and co-founding the Reeve-Irvine Research Center. In October 2004, Reeve died suddenly of cardiac arrest at 52 while co-directing Everyone's Hero.