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  • On Saturday, October 30, Bonham Festival of Flight will fill the skies over Jones Field with daring aviators at the controls of their flying machines. Gates will open at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, October 30 and the airshow is scheduled to begin at noon.
  • Frontier Village at Loy Lake Park in Denison is hosting two fun events for Halloween for all ages on Saturday, October 30. The first is Trick or Treat in the Village and the second will be the Ghost Tours. The address is 111 RC Vaughn Road, Denison, TX 75020.
  • (L-R) Carl McEachern, Bob McCraw and Roy Floyd. There have been countless luncheons much like the one Wednesday when friends would discuss how to best stimulate local economic development, but the focus of this luncheon was to reflect on the "loyal and dedicated service" of Carl McEachern to the Bonham Industrial Foundation.
  • Tongrun International employees engage in professional development training. Three Texoma area employers will benefit from a $771,780 job training grant from the Texas Workforce Commission's (TWC) Skills Development Fund. (photo courtesy of Grayson College)
  • Put on your walking shoes and get ready to travel back through time from Denison’s historic past to the haunted present! Come hear the Haunted History of Denison! Be prepared to learn more about the spirits which linger in the shadows in downtown Denison and the true history behind the hauntings.
  • 1914 – birth of Jonas Salk, American biologist and physician. Jonas Edward Salk (born Jonas Salk; October 28, 1914 – June 23, 1995) was an American virologist and medical researcher who developed one of the first successful polio vaccines. Salk was immediately hailed as a "miracle worker" when the vaccine's success was first made public in April 1955, and chose to not patent the vaccine or seek any profit from it in order to maximize its global distribution. He continued to conduct research and publish books in his later years, focusing in his last years on the search for a vaccine against HIV. Salk also campaigned vigorously for mandatory vaccination throughout the rest of his life, calling the universal vaccination of children against disease a "moral commitment."