Latest Corsicana, Texas Stories
The celebrity basketball game hosted by YOTM World Foundation will help to build a youth community center in Corsicana. Lancaster, Texas (PRWEB) May 21, 2013
By Corsicana Daily Sun, Texas Aug. 2--The Frost Community Center will open today with an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. after several months of hard work and planning. Located at 217 N.
By Janet Jacobs, Corsicana Daily Sun, Texas Jul. 30--The second proposed power plant, Navarro Energy Center, is through the first hurdle in the state permitting process, and is now entering the public hearing stage. The public will have until Aug.
By Chase Springer, Corsicana Daily Sun, Texas Jul. 27--There is no business like show business especially when it comes from the talent we have right here in Corsicana, which is why I have chosen Corsicana Community Theatre as my number four most missed specialty of this fabulous community.
By Janet Jacobs, Corsicana Daily Sun, Texas Jul. 15--Within 20 minutes, the dots had been placed, and the voting was over. The informal election took place at the Visionaries in Preservation meeting Monday evening at the Corsicana Public Library.
By Bob Belcher, Corsicana Daily Sun, Texas Jul. 13--Navarro College Trustees will vote Thursday on the question of supporting county tax abatements and water sales by the City of Corsicana to the two proposed gas-fired power plants in Navarro County. Dr.
By Corsicana Daily Sun, Texas Jul. 12--Many times when one thinks of where nurses work, a hospital with sick people comes to mind. However, nurses work in many areas and agencies away from the hospital setting and all patients are not sick.
By Janet Jacobs, Corsicana Daily Sun, Texas Jul. 10--A second proposed Navarro County power plant has filed for an air emissions permit in Austin.
By Loyd Cook, Corsicana Daily Sun, Texas Jul. 3--The apparent message from the Navarro County Lake Planning and Zoning Commission? A fresh water supply district is fine with them, as long as the right of eminent domain that goes with it can somehow be removed.
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