Crestview Elementary School has a new principal
07/29/2015 11:42 AM CDT
Crestview Elementary School has a new leader, former Graham High School Assistant Principal and Olney Elementary Principal Travis Armstrong. GISD board trustees approved the hire of Armstrong at a special meeting on Monday morning, July 28, at the GISD administration building. Read more
Teens linked to Arkansas capital murder extradited
07/28/2015 05:16 PM CDT - Young County Detention Center Administrator Maj. Eric Brown confirmed Monday that the three persons of interest in an out-of-state capital murder investigation incarcerated at the Young County Detention Center were extradited to Arkansas Tuesday, July 28. Read more
Long-time extension agent to retire
07/28/2015 05:12 PM CDT - After 22 years of solid contribution to the betterment of Young County, assisting heavily in both the creation of key county projects and helping to bring the area out of critical agricultural crisis, Agrilife Extension Agent Brad Morrison is ready to retire. Read more
Local arrest captures capital murder persons of interest
07/24/2015 05:14 PM CDT - A traffic stop by Graham police officers Thursday resulted in the capture of three persons of interest in an out-of-state capital murder investigation. Read more
District clerk seeks raises
07/24/2015 05:05 PM CDT - The District Clerk’s office in Young County became the seventh entity to seek raises within the department. District Clerk Jamie Land, who was elected to the office in November of 2014, addressed the Commissioners Court July 20 with a request for a bump in pay for her chief deputy clerk, from $29,717 to $34,000, her assistant, from $28,674 to $32,00, and her own position, from $38,607 to $42,000. Read more
Graham ISD undergoes major organizational change
07/24/2015 05:03 PM CDT - Graham Independent School District is experiencing a changing of the guard — both within the district office and throughout its school, as several high ranking district staff members are either leaving the district or moving within its ranks. Read more
Square's Confederate monument likely safe from vandals, locals say
07/24/2015 04:59 PM CDT - Fuzzy surveillance footage captured late Sunday or early Monday shows two hooded figures using large stencils to spray paint “THIS IS RACIST” in red block letters on a monument to Confederate soldiers that sits in the Denton County Courthouse Square — the latest of three confederate memorials vandalized across the state. Read more
Cops: Man impersonated brother to avoid $7K in unpaid tolls
FORT LEE, N.J. (AP) — Authorities say a New Jersey motorist assumed his brother's identity to avoid $7,500 in unpaid tolls after he was stopped for not paying another toll on the George Washington Bridge. Full Story
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Dwayne Johnson says of Hulk Hogan: 'We've all talked trash'
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Dwayne Johnson says he was disappointed when he heard about a tape of Hulk Hogan using racial slurs. Full Story
Was Woody Allen the 'paternal' figure Soon-Yi Previn needed?
Director says in an interview that his two-decade marriage to Mia Farrow's adopted daughter works because she 'responded to someone who was paternal.'