The Navarro College Foundation is pleased to announce that the annual fundraiser Dancing for Our Stars will be held Feb. 10, 2018 at the Navarro College Cook Education Center. This year’s performance will feature seven local celebrity dance couples who are already busy drumming up votes!
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(RNN) – Hackers stole data from Uber in 2016 on 57 million customers and drivers, Uber’s CEO announced Tuesday.
(RNN) - If you've been lining the coffers of major colleges and universities just so you have the chance to buy a desirable ticket, you may want to look closely at the new tax bill currently before Congress.
Huntsville’s Old Town Theatre has been through a lot in recent years, but when Hurricane Harvey damaged the historic building in August, the theater’s board of directors faced a new challenge.
Improving water pressure and reducing the possibility of serious service interruptions are the goals of the replacement 1,150 feet of 8-inch pipe along four streets in the center of town.
"Enid Police Detectives, particularly Sgt. Nick John, spent hundreds of hours analyzing what is now believed to be the largest fraud investigation in Enid Police Department history," said Capt. Tim Jacobi.
(RNN) – The Interfraternity Council (IFC) at the University of Michigan voted to suspend all social activities and pledging while investigations of sexual assault and hazing are investigated, according to the student newspaper.
The early votes are cast. Now it comes down to Tuesday’s balloting in Mineral Wells and across Palo Pinto County to decide several issues on the Nov. 7 general election, plus seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution.