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  • The chief legal and law enforcement officer of the State of Texas surrendered to authorities in his hometown Monday, August 3 when Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was booked into the Collin County Jail for two 1st degree felonies for securities fraud -- both punishable by up to 99 years, if convicted -- and a third degree felony for his failure to register with the State of Texas to sell securities.
  • Officials with Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) and Texas Department of Transportation have re-opened State Highway 78 at Red River. photo by Allen Rich
  • It only takes a quick glance at the progress to understand just how much success Morning Star Academy has enjoyed in its relatively short existence. The interdenominational Christian school opened its doors to infants through first grade in 2013 with 34 students. In only 24 months, Morning Star Academy has grown to where it can now offer a unique learning environment to infants through seventh grade and the school has 150 students enrolled for the fall semester.
  • 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.
  • This sketch of the Texas & Pacific rail yards, the T&P lake and the Bonham Cotton Mill, one of the areas devastated by the July 1903 flood, was drawn by Casey Grimes, working from memory. Drawn in perhaps in the 1960s, it made its way to Bonham in August 1969 (BDF, August 7, 1969) and is now on display, along with other Bonham scenes sketched by Grimes, in the Fannin County Historical Museum.