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    Local qualifies for national rodeo

    09/16/2014 03:19 PM CDT
    “Taking the bull by the horns” isn’t just a figure of speech for Jay Waskom, 49. It’s a literal bullet point on his resume, and he has the scars and bruises to prove it. 
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    Daring to make a difference
    09/12/2014 02:45 PM CDT - Officer Ty Viehmann can typically be found roaming the hallways of the schools within Graham ISD, joking with kids and receiving plenty of hugs and high fives. Read more

    TEXAS
    American, US Airways tweak fees, mileage rules

    DALLAS (AP) — If you use miles to get a free ticket on American Airlines, you may have to pay to check that suitcase. Full Story
    NATION
    (Louis Lanzano/AP)
    Detectives comforted suspect in missing boy case

    NEW YORK (AP) — The man suspected of killing a 6-year-old boy in one of New York City's most notorious missing children's cases burst into tears during a videotaped confession as detectives hugged and comforted him. Full Story
    SPORTS
    Steers show physicality in scrimmage

    Graham's scrimmage against Denison showed this year's team has the pieces to be a contender at the 4A level. The Steers first-team offense moved the ball fairly easily throughout the night, scoring three times against 5A Denison. Read more
     
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    (Courtesy of Pounding Hooves Productions)
    Local qualifies for national rodeo

    09/16/2014 03:19 PM CDT
    “Taking the bull by the horns” isn’t just a figure of speech for Jay Waskom, 49. It’s a literal bullet point on his resume, and he has the scars and bruises to prove it. 
    Read more
    Daring to make a difference
    09/12/2014 02:45 PM CDT - Officer Ty Viehmann can typically be found roaming the hallways of the schools within Graham ISD, joking with kids and receiving plenty of hugs and high fives. Read more

    The Teddy Bear Project
    09/09/2014 02:47 PM CDT - Graham resident Tommy Dye of Dye Custom Landscape revived “The Teddy Bear Project” in Graham as a tribute to his late wife, Marsha, who died 10 years ago of complications due to diabetes. Read more

    Lighting up Graham
    09/05/2014 03:19 PM CDT - Graham’s own Rick Pennycuff is going to try to sell you insurance. That’s a given. He regularly holds charitable raffles to benefit all kinds of disease research, donates American flags to myriad local entities and just about every Thursday, he’s at the American Legion Building for the noon Kiwanis Club meeting. Read more

    Floyd's soft spot for Santa stays strong all year long
    11/29/2013 01:14 PM CST - For Martha Floyd, it's never “beginning” to look a lot like Christmas — because it always does. In one of the four rooms of her five-year-old home sits a mecca of Santa Claus figurines covering shelf after shelf, dressers and a few tables, all year-round. Read more

    Leaking lime juice sends responders to cargo jet

    KETCHIKAN, Alaska (AP) — A mysterious liquid leaking on a cargo jet sent emergency responders to the island that is home to the Ketchikan, Alaska, airport. Full Story
    Correction: Labor-Jazz Musicians story

    NEW YORK (AP) — In a story Sept. 17 about jazz musicians in New York City seeking pensions, The Associated Press misspelled the name of one musician. Full Story