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Miranda, Cotton take top honors in Collin Street Bakery Art Contest
It was a “three-peat” Thursday for Corsicana High School’s Adrian Miranda.Continued ...
Miranda took top honors in the annual Collin Street Bakery Christmas Art Contest for the third year in a row.
Bike Drive needs extra push
Christmas sneaking up on you this year? You’re not alone.Continued ...
The “big day” is less than two weeks away, and at least one local charitable endeavor could use some help. For years, City National Bank has teamed up with generous members of the community to give brand new bikes to the Salvation Army to be distributed to needy children for Christmas.
Jingle Bell Jog ready for restart
Framed as a family event, Jingle Bell Jog organizers didn’t want to freeze anyone out. In this case, literally freeze them out.Continued ...
- Church News for Friday, Dec. 13, 2013
- Local Beat 12/13/13
- Miranda, Cotton take top honors in Collin Street Bakery Art Contest
GC Basketball: Frost Tournament -- Frost, Dawson sweep, Rice, Blooming Grove boys and Wortham girls win
The Frost Polar Bears and Lady Bears each won their opening games at the Frost Invitational Tournament on Thursday and Dawson's boys and girls swept. The Rice and Blooming Grove boys stayed unbeaten for the season and meet in the semifinals, and the Wortham girls also won. Hubbard's girls won the opening game at the Hubbard Tournament.Continued ...
CHS Football: Tigers land six spots on District 16-4A all-district football first teams
Corsicana’s Tigers had a tough-luck season, losing several close games, but the Tigers were recognized when the District 16-4A all-district football team was released.Continued ...
Kishawn Kelley, a freshman who is the future quarterback at Corsican, was voted the Co-Defensive Newcomer of the Year and the Tigers landed five players and six positions on the District 16-4A first teams, including Tiano McDonald, who was voted to the first-team offense as a tight end, and the first-team defense as a defensive tackle.
- GC Basketball: Roundup -- Hubbard wins as it prepares to host 3-day tournament
- High School Football: Pairings for Texas high school state football playoffs
- GC Basketball: Kelly, Kerens rip defending Class 3A state champ Mexia, 81-39
- GC Basketball: Frost Tournament -- Frost, Dawson sweep, Rice, Blooming Grove boys and Wortham girls win
Lessons from Mandela
This week President Obama and former presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter made their way to South Africa to join thousands who honored the memory of Nelson Mandela.Continued ...
Wherefore art thou, Simpler Stage?
In his play “As You Like It,” that debuted some 410 years ago, Will Shakespeare said “all the world’s a stage.”Continued ...
We can only guess whether theatre audiences nodded in agreement or shook their heads vigorously to object.
- Oh, this wacky weather
- Getting a move on
- Boys are completely different creatures
- Lessons from Mandela
Death Notices for 12-13-13
Virginia Lee Brown, 60, of Corsicana passed away Friday, Dec. 6, 2013 at Navarro Regional Hospital.Continued ...
Terry Calvin Nelson
Terry Calvin Nelson, 61, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013 at T. Boone Pickens Cancer hospital in Dallas.Continued ...
Barbara C. Ralston
Barbara C. Ralston, 95, of Corsicana, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013.Continued ...
- Calvin Dunaway
- Death Notices for 12-12-13
- Death Notices for 12-13-13
Why do girls cost more?
When my husband and I first started dating, he was deep into bachelorhood. But I guess my wit, charm, and dazzling personality wooed him enough to help him see the error of his waysContinued ...
Mary Peterson Child Care Center
Mary Peterson Child Care Center’s Free Annual Thanksgiving dinner held at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22, 2013 was a success despite the bad weather.Continued ...
Jeffrey Ward is the son of Larry and Cristin Ward of Atascocita, and the grandson of Eddie and Susan Denbow of Corsicana.Continued ...
- Gegenheimer-Burns Engagement
- Why do girls cost more?