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The Show Must Go On

Christian Sanders, Director - Graham Regional Theatre Photo by Will Sadler

The Show Must Go On

Christian Sanders said Graham Regional Theatre (GRT) originally postponed summer camp to later in the summer, but after doing some surveying and checking schedules it was found that doing so would just conflict with too many schedules with school beginning in August.

Watch Out for Financial Scams Related to Virus

Watch Out for Financial Scams Related to Virus

On one hand, the coronavirus has brought out the best in us. People across the country are pitching in to help others, from providing protective masks to health care workers to holding video chats with confined residents of assisted living homes to simply buying gift cards to support local businesses. On the other hand, a small number of bad actors are taking advantage of the situation to try to defraud people. How can you guard against these virus-related scams?

Crime Stoppers in Olney

City Administrator Neal Welch and Police Chief Conny Clay Photo By Arpegea Pagsuberon

Crime Stoppers in Olney

The city of Olney has now partnered with Crime Stoppers to bring signs into town, as well as bring awareness to potential criminal activity in the city of Olney.

Hospice of Wichita Falls Builds a Legacy of Hope
Hospice of Wichita Falls Builds a Legacy of Hope

HOWF has broken ground and the construction is on schedule. The second photo is a rendering of the completed facility. Photos & content Submitted by Jake Truett, Development Director Hospice of Wichita Falls

Hospice of Wichita Falls Builds a Legacy of Hope

Hospice of Wichita Falls (HOWF) is on schedule with its “Building a Legacy” capital campaign. The organization’s Director of Development Jake Truett said, “Even though our offices are closed and things look very different around Hospice of Wichita Falls right now, our Building on a Legacy of Care project is on track! Thanks to [donors/supporters] generosity, our capital campaign concluded in near record time, and we have been able to proceed with minimal disruptions, even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Rebuilding Lives at H.O.M.E.

Justin Piegat, Preston Crow and Trena Crow Photo by Will Sadler

Rebuilding Lives at H.O.M.E.

House of Mercy residents and staff. Photo by Will Sadler

Rebuilding Lives at H.O.M.E.

The House of Mercy is a 501(C)3 faith-based nonprofit organization founded by Preston Crow and Bill Wadley. Today, Preston, his wife Trena, and Justin Piegat are there doing God’s will.

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