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    Beading for a worldly cause

    Suzanna Kunkel's non-profit jewelry business benefits people in Uganda and India
    11/25/2014 02:10 PM CST
    Open Door Christian School sixth grader Suzanna Kunkel has a knack for creating jewelry, and she is using that talent to make a world of a difference for people in Uganda and India. 
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    A day in the life of a horse farrier
    11/21/2014 03:41 PM CST - Showing-off an injured finger from a previous customer, Mike Morrison laughed a bit while driving to his early morning appointment. “My doctor said that I needed to take off for a week before I started working with horses again,” Morrison said. Read more

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    Lang's career night lifts No. 6 Texas over UTPA

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Kelsey Lang scored a career-best 20 points to help sixth-ranked Texas beat Texas-Pan American 72-45 on Wednesday night. Full Story
    NATION
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    Ferguson fallout: Scores arrested in Calif. unrest

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dozens of protesters in Los Angeles and Oakland were arrested late Wednesday during a third night of demonstrations linked to the shooting protest in Ferguson, Missouri. Full Story
     
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    (Denise Kunkel)
    Beading for a worldly cause

    Suzanna Kunkel's non-profit jewelry business benefits people in Uganda and India
    11/25/2014 02:10 PM CST
    Open Door Christian School sixth grader Suzanna Kunkel has a knack for creating jewelry, and she is using that talent to make a world of a difference for people in Uganda and India. 
    Read more
    A day in the life of a horse farrier
    11/21/2014 03:41 PM CST - Showing-off an injured finger from a previous customer, Mike Morrison laughed a bit while driving to his early morning appointment. “My doctor said that I needed to take off for a week before I started working with horses again,” Morrison said. Read more

    Family business takes off
    11/18/2014 03:45 PM CST - The Ainsworth household carries within it an entrepreneurial drive, evidenced by years of ideas and extensive research.  Two years ago, they finally launched their business from their own home. Read more

    A quilting phenomenon in Graham
    11/11/2014 04:25 PM CST - Frances Vaughn, 81, has seen a lot of business come and go on Graham's Square since she opened Frances' Fabrics there in August 1966. The business has seen a few changes through  the years, but surprisingly, a recent increased interest in quilting has helped keep the shop open. Read more

    Director and cast come to premiere
    11/07/2014 05:06 PM CST - Dallas native Swisyzinna Moore had no idea she had a following of fans in Graham, nor did she ever dream she'd be signing autographs in Graham's National Theatre on a random Wednesday evening in November. Read more

    Local's life calling extends to all people
    11/04/2014 05:38 PM CST - Grahamite Charlie Bazan doesn’t always act his age. That’s evident by a game he likes to play called Ga-Ga Ball.  For 58-year-old Bazan, director of family ministries at the First Presbyterian Church in Graham, it’s a perfectly acceptable way to pass the time. Read more

    McCool has passion for art,design
    10/31/2014 04:01 PM CDT - There are no limitations to former Grahamite Pecos McCool's imagination. Lucky for him, his current occupation demands that.  At 26, the graphic designer is right at home professionally, and he's earned several nods for the art he's produced through his job, recently capturing third place at the clothing industry's most prestigious contest, Impressions Awards, for his design called “Gruene Hall. Read more

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    Putin's tiger ravages goat farm in northeast China

    BEIJING (AP) — Ustin, a rare Siberian tiger released into the wild by Russian President Vladimir Putin, is behaving badly in his new home in northeastern China. Full Story
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    Thanksgiving: Turkey, parades, shopping deals

    NEW YORK (AP) — Turkey, stuffing and a helium-filled Thomas the Tank Engine were on the menu as friends and families gathered across the United States to celebrate Thanksgiving. Full Story