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By Staff Report
The Federal Aviation Administration expects to hire more than 12,000 new Air Traffic Controllers over the next decade and that means business for Grayson County’s North Texas Regional Airport. Mike Shahan, the airport director, says the rarely used control tower will be very active again beginning this summer. It’s part of a deal with L-3 Communications to train new controllers.
Even as a child,” said Jodi Castelli, “I saw the potential of discarded goods. I often rescued empty cereal boxes and other items doomed to the trashcan.” Today, the artist has graduated from the trashcan and instead combs antique shops to find vintage postcards, advertising, photographs, buttons, even game pieces, to serve as focal points in the visual stories she creates.
By Kathy Floyd
Jonathan Dryden’s hands create beautiful pieces of art from wood, but a childhood accident almost took away that gift. At thirteen-months old, he burned his hands so severely that he was not expected to have full use of them again. To everyone’s surprise, after three weeks in bandages, his hands slowly came back to life.
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By Dan Acree on February 4, 2010
Recently I had moles removed from my head. I never paid much attention to them, but my mother insisted I go to a dermatologist to have them checked.
By Dan Acree on December 1, 2007
You will see a smattering of higher end plumbing fixtures at Home Depot and Lowe’s—but for the really upscale stuff you’ll have to do a little more research. Consumers motivated by big, splashy, ads in magazines and on television are becoming more interested in more unusual, more expensive plumbing in ever-expanding kitchens and baths.
By Carol Davis on November 18, 2009
When I was asked to create a spectacular room for the cover of Texoma Living!’s first Christmas issue, I wanted to design and share with the readers something entirely unexpected. Keeping my eye on the trends in elegant décor, I noticed that the home furnishings trends were flowing over into Christmas décor’ with clearer color, namely shades of blue and silver.