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  • Eric and Susan Taylor are both headed for Harmony House Concerts on Saturday night, March 23, '19, 7:30-9:30 p.m. We hope you'll be here to enjoy them in the ambience of our reclaimed vintage home. They will both be playing some original tunes of their own, plus accompanying one another at times. There will be two 45-minute sets with a 30-minute intermission for chatting with friends and the artists, grazing at the snack tables, and purchasing CDs.
  • First United Bank® has announced Kevin Georgetti as their Chief Compliance Officer. In this role, he will oversee the BSA/AML department, Compliance department, and the development and implementation of the regulatory compliance risk management framework as First United continues to grow.
  • Next time you hear your toilet running, take note. Your family could be wasting 10,000 gallons of water each year because of water leaks. Water is a critical natural resource and is routinely threatened during Texas’ recurring periods of drought. Texas has one of the fastest growing populations in the country. By 2070, 51 million people are expected to live in the Lone Star State, all of whom will need water to work and live.
  • Gerardo Barrera, President of Dairy Manufacturers, Inc., discusses why Bonham will be a good fit for this expanding, multi-faceted business. "I feel like Bonham is my home," Mr. Barrera remarked during a reception Thursday, March 21, 2019, to welcome the principals of Dairy Manufacturers, Inc. to Bonham, Texas. "This is the right place for us," echoed Ramiro Treviño, DMI Vice President/Chief Operations Officer. "We are hoping we can stay here for many years to come."
  • The work will extend from the intersection of SH 11 and State Highway 78 in Fannin County to the Fannin-Hunt County line, and continue southeast from the county line to State Highway 34 in Hunt County, officials said.
  • 1977 – The first of The Nixon Interviews (12 will be recorded over four weeks) is videotaped with British journalist David Frost interviewing former United States President Richard Nixon about the Watergate scandal and the Nixon tapes. After his resignation in 1974, Nixon spent more than two years away from public life. In 1977, he granted Frost an exclusive series of interviews. Nixon was already publishing his memoirs at the time; however, his publicist Irving "Swifty" Lazar believed that by using television Nixon could reach a mass audience. The premiere episode drew 45 million viewers, the largest television audience for a political interview in history — a record that still stands today. In part 3, Frost asked Nixon about the legality of the president's actions. In the context of American national security, Nixon replied: "Well, when the president does it, that means that it is not illegal." A Gallup poll conducted after the interviews aired showed that 69 percent of the public thought that Nixon was still trying to cover up, 72 percent still thought he was guilty of obstruction of justice, and 75 percent thought he deserved no further role in public life.

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