Lifestyles
  • The Bonhi Ex-Students' Reunion Board is asking for assistance in locating members of the following classes.
  • Working and making money has always been a driving passion in the life of Thomas (not his real name). Thomas has received services from Texoma Community Center since he finished school around thirty-six years ago. He is now fifty-seven years old. He has cerebral palsy which affects his mobility, speech, and intellectual ability.
  • The Bonham Senior Citizens Center is open to ALL seniors aged 60 and older.
  • "Our goal is to create a superior environment for art and visitors," says Amon Carter Museum of American Art Director Andrew J. Walker. "With this renovation, we are also going ‘back to our roots’ by recreating Philip Johnson’s original design of the museum’s front facade. A renovation in the 1990s changed his design of the main entrance by adding more glass panes and a revolving door. With this update, we are returning to his original concept with fewer glass panes while incorporating better glass technology to protect the collection from ultraviolet light. This is better for the art, better for our visitors and a return to the architect’s original intent."
  • The Bonham Family History Center is offering a free class entitled "Internet Genealogy" on Saturday, February 7, from 9:00 a.m. -11:30 a.m., at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1540 S. Hwy. 78 (2 miles south of Bonham). The class will focus on using the FamilySearch.org website, as well as other premium websites available for free in the Family History Center.
  • While we typically highlight tree issues, I wanted to take a look at a problem occurring in roses. Many people love roses, and unfortunately, there is a disease that is threatening roses statewide. This disease is called Rose Rosette.
  • A Travis County Master Gardener program on roses will be held Feb. 7 at Zilker Botanical Garden in Austin. (Texas A&M AgriLife Research photo by Kathleen Phillips)
  • On February 6 please come and help us celebrate with stories, music, pictures and food the accomplishments of the hard working black citizens of Fannin County. Mark your calendar for February 6, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. in the Creative Art Center. Back row: (L-R) Roosevelt Ross, Doris McCullough and Billy Fuller. Front row: Elva Wright, Vera Ross, Angela Frazier, Leslie Fuller, Malinda Allison and Audrey Rayford
  • The discussion will center on learning more about the medications prescribed specifically for Parkinson's disease and their purpose. Resources for coping and managing your health will be available, as well as educational and informational handouts on the different types of the disease and movement disorders. Come learn the terms associated with this disease and how to make better informed decisions for your future.
  • This week is a mixed bag of news and happenings. We’ve got Facebook news, graphic novel happenings, a field trip to the elementary school, and more!
  • Under the title "Daughter, if I hug you, I may die," Her Excellency, the Reverend Marie Barnett, Ambassador of Sierra Leone to Liberia will speak about how ebola swept both countries, its antecedents and long-term effects. The presentation will take place will take place at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, February 1 at the Museum of Biblical Art, 7500 Park Lane, Dallas 75225,(214)368-4622. The event is free and open to the public.
  • St. Mary's School announces the 15th Annual Casino Night - "Under the Big Top" - slated for Saturday, February 28, 2015 at Hilton Garden Inn - Texoma Events Center in Denison.
  • January 31, 2015 at the Municipal Ballroom in Sherman, Texas.
  • Imagine being plucked from the relatively obscure but satisfying life of a 14-year veteran Dallas firefighter/Golden Gloves boxing champion and being cast in two Academy Award-winning films in a row!