Lifestyles
  • For first-time parents, childbirth is a great leap into the unknown. Itís hard to imagine what your childbirth experience will be like. Thatís why childbirth classes can be invaluable. They provide an opportunity to learn in-depth about what to expect and how to cope, including learning breathing and relaxation exercises and coaching techniques. Plus, our free classes allow you to share pregnancy stories with other expectant families.
  • Fred (not his real name) began drinking when he was 15 years old. By the time he was 19, he was a problem drinker and functioning alcoholic.
  • Carl Englutt was the recipient of the Golden Trowel Award on May 2, 2015 from Contantine #13 Masonic Lodge A.F. & A.M. in Bonham. Presenting him with his award is Worshipful Master Ira Hicks. His proud wife, Nina Englutt, also assisted in bestowing the lapel pin that goes along with the award.
  • Downtown McKinney will be made over into a thrilling racetrack during Bike the Bricks on Friday, May 22. Spectators will have front-row seats as more than 500 cyclists from around the globe take to the bricks and tight turns of historic downtown at speeds up to 40 miles per hour in continuous races throughout the evening. Bike the Bricks, presented by Alfa Romeo FIAT of McKinney, has grown into the largest one-day cycling race in Texas and features nail-biting closed-course interval races, food, craft beer, festivities and a purse worth more than $25,000.

  • Mulberry Cemetery will hold its annual homecoming and Memorial Day service, Sunday, May 24, 2015 at the Mulberry Cemetery pavilion.
  • "Our goal is to make repairs to roads, hiking trails, signs, photo​blinds, and our small dock as soon as possible and once again be open to the public for wildlife observation and photography, hiking, birdwatching, nature programs, and just enjoying the scenery during a drive-through of the Refuge," remarks Kathy Whaley, Refuge Manager at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge. "We ask that everyone be patient with us during this process, knowing we have very limited staff to operate the equipment required to complete these tasks." photo by Allen Rich
  • Memorial Day at Ridgeview, gravesite of Wayne Woody, killed in Vietnam. photo by RD Foster
  • Karen and Steve Halbrook, innkeepers at the historic Carleton House Bed & Breakfast, are looking forward to welcoming regulars back to their favorite rooms during the weekend of the five-year Bonham High School Reunion slated for June 12-14. And the regulars are looking forward to the ready supply of homemade ice cream and cookies.
  • The Bonham Public Library is excited to announce a series of computer classes now being offered FREE to the community on select Saturday mornings. Classes are open to anyone interested in attending.
  • On Wednesday May 20, from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. in the Courthouse-on-the-Square Commissionersí Courtroom, Lloyd Webb and Alan Schiegg of the Denton County Historical Commission will present their research on the Chisholm Trail.

  • Park Place Volvo and partners donate $5,000 to Echelon/ Salvation Army Dallas-Fort Worth, and unveil new 2016 Volvo XC-90.
  • Open to the public
    Breakfast served 7:00-9:00 a.m.
    Lunch served 11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
    Salad bar each weekday
    Grill is open for burgers
    Baked potatoes on request if ordered ahead of time
  • Katie will be specializing in a eye lash extensions, body waxing, body scrubs with spray tans. Please call for prices and specials!
  • TMC-Bonham DAISY Award winner Janet Weeks, (left) and Jan Johnson, Chief Nursing Officer at TMC-Bonham