Bowie School involves all in ACS Recess Relay
For the third straight year, Bowie students and faculty have “Teamed Up to Fight Cancer” — and each team was armed with a catchy name, a sports theme, and its own banner and sporty accessories. Bowie Elementary School is an important part of the success of American Cancer Society’s Navarro County Relay for Life. This year, they raised $4,100.52 for cancer research, bringing their three-year total to over $15,000.
Review: 'The 39 Steps' is charming fun
“The 39 Steps” is the latest production by the Warehouse Living Arts Center, and it’s simply charming.
If you’ve seen the Alfred Hitchcock version of the movie, you might be ahead of the game, but I hadn’t and so it was all a lovely surprise to me.
United Way funding applications available
Applications for 2014 financial assistance from United Way of Navarro County are now available May 15, 2013. The applications can be obtained at the United Way of Navarro County office at 115 North Main Street, or through the organization’s web site, www.unitedwayofnavarrocounty.com.
Harmony Baptist Church, 400 East 12th Ave., Corsicana will hold an appreciation service for its musicians at 8 p.m. Friday, May 17, 2013.
May 15 to July 31
The Navarro Council of the arts presents "With Six You Get Eggrolls" A Fine Art Exhibit featuring the works of Helen Albritton, Barbara Jones, Gladys Espenson, Deb Miller, Stephanie Ford, and Margie Taylor at the Warehouse Gallery from May 15 to July. Exhibit is free and open to the public daily.
Flag etiquette pointers
Saturday is Armed Forces Day, when we honor people who are active and reserve members of the military; May 27 is Memorial Day, when we honor those who have died serving our country; and June 14 is Flag Day, three big opportunities to fly the flag right.
Temple Beth-El ready for some facade work
Temple Beth-El, the unique onion-domed former Jewish temple on 15th Street in Corsicana, is undergoing a facelift.
The 115-year-old building is getting a new facade, removing laminates and composition shingles, putting on new plywood sheathing, under flashing and ice and water shields.
Ex-EMT in Texas to plead not guilty to charges
A first responder who helped evacuate people ahead of a deadly explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant will plead not guilty to a charge he possessed bomb-making materials.
Courthouse work inches forward
The Navarro County Commissioners court took a few more steps towards the Courthouse renovation Monday when the group met in regular session. They approved two contracts for moving assessments — one for all the electronic equipment, and another for everything else, from a company called Technology Team LLC.
Leukemia patient wants to go to Disney World
Coy Bostian likes baseball and school, and he got a diagnosis of leukemia about two weeks before Christmas. The Mildred fifth-grader turned 11 years old in February. He can expect about three years’ worth of cancer treatments.
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