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  • A two-day Film Friendly Texas Forum will be held at the iconic Southfork Ranch in Parker, September 24-25, 2021, as part of TFC's 50th anniversary celebration. In July 2020, Bonham, Texas was designated as a Texas Film Friendly Certified Community.
  • The Fannin County Office of Emergency Management is strongly encouraging the citizens of Fannin County to be extremely cautious with any outdoor burning for the next few days. Low humidity levels and winds near or above 15 mph are especially dangerous for creating wildfire environments.
  • For generations, Texas sportsmen and women have understood that fish and wildlife populations and habitats must be managed for present and future generations to appreciate and enjoy. As they take to the hunting field or cast their line into a lake or the Gulf of Mexico, they know they are not only enjoying the state's bounty but are helping to conserve it.
  • The vision has become a reality. The Bonham Public Library created a new way for families to read together while getting exercise. Thanks to the M.W. & Fair Miller Foundation, the Bonham Public Library was able to make their temporary Story Walk into a permanent Story Trail. Thanks to the City of Bonham's Park and Recreation Department that vision became a reality.
  • The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service's Food Technology and Processing Lab works with fruit- and vegetable-based foods.
  • Fannin County Commissioners Court held a lengthy discussion regarding a proposed battery storage facility in Fannin County. The power-storage facility would be used to offset rolling blackouts and would meet ERCOT's need for additional stand-alone battery storage facilities. This project, which is proposed by the same company that developed a solar farm near Wolfe City, would be located on five acres of leased land north of Savoy. This facility would be situated south of the substation near the Fannin-Grayson county line on U.S. 82.