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J.W. Budge (left) shakes hands with Grant Ingram as Budge is presented the Grahammy award for Volunteer of the Year Tuesday, Jan. 26, at Graham Memorial Auditorium. The auditorium was one of several locations around the city which hosted individuals for the Graham Chamber of Commerce Banquet. The event was held in small groups and broadcast from one central location Tuesday.
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Chamber hosts banquet, honors community members

The Graham Chamber of Commerce has had to adapt in many ways during the last year for events, and their annual Chamber Banquet hosted Tuesday was no different.

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Graham Junior High School sixth grade students in the Builders Club who participated in the Graham Chamber of Commerce Hot Shopolicious event this year. The students competed to win one of three prizes for the nonprofit organization they chose to sponsor. Six student teams took part in the competition which had an online storefront for student to sell products.
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Hot Shopolicious winners announced by Chamber of Commerce

The Graham Chamber of Commerce announced last week the winning student teams in their Hot Shopolicious program, an educational event which served as entrepreneurship training for the six student te

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Texas House of Representatives District 68 candidates David Spiller and Craig Carter speak at a HD68 forum in Young County on Jan. 12, at the Young County Arena. The two candidates will be headed to a runoff election for the seat which is to be announced at a later date.
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Two candidates headed to runoff election for House District 68 seat

Candidates David Spiller and Craig Carter are headed to a runoff election for the Texas House of Representatives District 68 seat vacated by Drew Springer, who won the Texas Senate District 30 posi

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