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The Corsicana ISD Board of Trustees hosted a workshop Monday, Feb. 22, and approved a resolution allowing the Blooming Grove Elementary to temporarily move its 400 students and staff to the Drane Learning Center in Corsicana.

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Yogi Berra once famously gave this puzzling advice to a college graduating class, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”  The quip became lore, along with other Yogi-isms attributed to the legendary baseball player.

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This round, I instead want to bring to light on a few recent key events happening with giant tech company Google that can be considered concerning. 

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For the vision-impaired, Braille can take 10 months to learn, and then five to 11 years of practice just to read 23 words per minute – the average WPM rate for normal readers is 200 words. For those with normal sight, looking at Braille is not very intuitive. It's a series of dots closely packed together that sometimes doesn't translate well. We come up with new technology all the time to make things more convenient for everyone, so surely the same can be done for a new, more convenient reading system for the blind?


It's not just programs that Google has developed, but also physical products such as their own line of smartphones and Google Glass – wearable tech glasses that augment many aspects of life. Currently in development, Google is working on another 'what if' idea … What if our shoe could talk to us?

ames L. Collins Catholic School will host its Open Night at 6 p.m. The school is located at 3000 W. Hwy. 22 and is currently  accepting enrollments. For more information visit or call 903-872-1751.

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BOSTON - President Donald Trump wants to overhaul a visa program that allows U.S. companies to hire foreign workers, a move that could affect hundreds of Massachusetts companies from high-tech businesses to hospitals and colleges. 

American Legion Auxiliary, 624 N. Beaton.  will hold its Easter egg hunt from 2 to 4 p.m. for ages one through 12. There will be refreshments, door prizes and lots of eggs to hunt. Parents are asked to bring baskets for their child/children.