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Nov 24, 2016

County school music teacher killed in Tuesday car crash

Darah Bonham, principal at Western Albemarle High, tweeted a photo of a memorial in front of the high school that consisted of a choir stand with the words “Mr. Betthauser” and “Love”, surrounded by flowers.   Grief counselors will be available all day on Monday to staff and students when school resumes after the Thanksgiving holiday. (The Daily Progress)

Jul 5, 2016

Beach Reads with Marjorie Preston

Led Zeppelin. Then came the usual wretched excess: drugs, debauchery, backstage mayhem and wrecked hotel rooms. Unlike Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, who died at 32 in a vodka-induced coma, Plant was lucky enough to grow up. Here’s his story – as outsized, extravagant and unique as the singer himself.      Marjorie Preston reads as much as she writes, which is a lot. Reach her at mprestonwriting@gmail.com. (Shore News Today)

Feb 2, 2016

From Colleyville PD..Crime Reported in the City

Joel Bradley Duff, that a black Samsung Galaxy S5 cell phone ($500) and black Viper garage remote ($70) had been stolen.  Detective Chad Bonham is following up. 1/06/16  Burglary of a Motor Vehicle at 4102 Bridlewood Court in Bridlewood Estates.  Officer Craig Terrell was advised at 7:29 AM by the victim, Clement Andre Gollier, that a black Garmin Nuvi-3790LMT device ($150) had been stolen.  Detective Chad Bonham is following up. 1/06/16  Burglary of a Habitation at 3708 San Bar Lane in Woodbriar Estates West.  Officer John Arenz was advised at 1:38 PM by the victim, Nancy Ann Schwartz, that two computers (n/a) had been stolen.  Detective Kevin Maddux is following up. 1/06/16  Burglary of a Motor Vehicle at 3903 Butler Court in the Tara Plantation.  Officer Craig Terrell was advised by the victim, Holly Lynn Vandiver at 7:46 AM that a black leather bag ($50) had been stolen.  Detective Chad Bonham is following up. 1/03/16  Burglary of a Motor Vehicle at 2109 Oak Knoll Court in the KR Marsh Addition.  Officer Micah Hayman was advised at 9:57 AM by the victim, Jenson Lawrence Gainer that a KelTec P-3AT .380 pocket pistol ($265) had been stolen.  Detective Kevin Maddux is following up. 12/31/15  Hit & Run at 1521 Tennison Parkway in the Monterra subdivision.  Of... (Local News Only)

Jan 8, 2016

How Costume Designers for 'Trumbo,' 'Joy' Found the Perfect Fit

Purple represented dignity and ability. Green stood for hope. White was purity," notes actress Helena Bonham Carter). "Doing the deepest, most thorough research possible, I find, usually produces the right results," says Petrie. "The answer is in the script." Read more How Eddie Redmayne's Transgender Role in 'The Danish Girl' Went From "Commercial Poison" to Oscar Contender The Danish GirlCostume Designer: Paco Delgado A pair of ivory stockings and matching silk pumps provide an aha moment for Eddie Redmayne's character in The Danish Girl. Spanish costume designer Delgado literally transformed the married Copenhagen artist Einar Wegener (who undergoes a gender transition — and was one of the first recipients of sex reassignment surgery — to become Lili Elbe) by stripping away his constricting Edwardian menswear in favor of the freedom of fancy feminine dresses. "Most of my inspiration came from the real illustrations, drawings and paintings of Gerda Wegener [Elbe's wife, played in the film by Alicia Vikander]," says Delgado. "Also from some of the couturiers of the period in France, particularly Jean Lanvin for Lili and Chanel for some of Gerda. The major challenge was, obviously, to make Lili credible as a character. To avoid caricature, we experimented with shapes, color and hair — and Lili herself had to experiment with her look, to find what is best for her, what enhances the woman." With period fabrics and a color scheme that shifts from oppressive, dark suits to warm colors as Einar/Lili transitions and the action shifts from Copenhagen to Paris, the costumes become a character of their own, vividly evoking the 1920s. This story first appeared in a special awards season issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. (Hollywood Reporter)

Dec 30, 2015

Mary Ellen Mayfield Traylor

She was a charter member of the Terrell Community Hospital Auxiliary, American Legion Auxiliary, Meals on Wheels volunteer as well as many hours at Bonham Texas State Veterans Nursing Home while Dub had been a patient there.  Always a student of history, especially Texas history, it was only natural she became an avid genealogist having written several family histories while researching many different Mayfield and Traylor lines. Mary spent at least one day and night at her lake house retreat at Lake Palestine for eight years with Ima Adcox, Tyler researching, compiling and publishing a 660 page volume about one of her Revolutionary soldiers John Parker and wife Sarah Gordy.  Through these many years Mary enjoyed so much having lunch often with good friends, the love and support of her Sunday School class the Crusaders, better known as "the Buttinskis", the Red Hat Society, oil painting, crocheting, reading and water aerobics at Terrell Senior Terraces. Funeral service will be at 1:00pm, Sunday, January 3, 2016 at Max Slayton Funeral Chapel 642 N. Rockwall Ave. Terrell, Texas 75160 with a private interment at Oakland Memorial Park where she will be laid to rest with her beloved husband.  *Penned by Mary Ellen Mayfield Traylor In lieu of flowers, please consider donations, to the First Christian Church, 405 N. Adelaide, Terrell, TX, 75160 or to the charities of your choice in her memory. © 2015 Terrell Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. (Terrell Tribune)

Dec 30, 2015

JOHN RATCLIFFE: The dirty business of 'clean power'

August may be even worse. As I travel the Fourth Congressional District of Texas — in places like Rockwall, Sherman, Texarkana, Greenville, Bonham, and Paris — I meet all sorts of business owners trying to stay afloat. Manufacturing plants, office complexes, retail locations and restaurants all rely on affordable electricity to keep overhead low. This, in turn, enables them to expand operations, hire more employees and invest in new business lines — exactly the kind of free enterprise that has made America great. Some argue that these costs should be born for the “greater good,” in hopes of significantly cutting carbon-dioxide emissions, but the facts say otherwise. It is estimated that these regulations would only reduce the global temperature by one one-hundredth of a degree Fahrenheit. Additionally, they would only cause sea levels to be reduced by 0.20 millimeter — which one analysis cites as “the thickness of one to two human hairs.” Why would the administration force Americans to sacrifice so much when even the most optimistic projections anticipate a rounding error in return? Mr. Obama and his EPA should stop pushing politically motivated regulations that result in higher electricity prices, widespread loss of jobs, and lower take-home pay. The American people have suffered enough. Ronald Reagan put it best when he said, “The role of government is to foster opportunity, not smother it.” The constituents who sent me to Washington did not send me to sit idly and watch this administration, time after time, impose harmful regulations on the very people our economy depends on. The legislation I have introduced would nullify these actions and prevent the EPA from ever issuing similar regulations again. At the end of the day, it is my job as an elected official to do what is in the best interest of the American people. I’m grateful for the 25 members of Congress who have already joined with me and co-sponsored these important bills. I look forward to growing this coalition as we collectively stand up to a reckless president and out-of-control executive branch. • John Ratcliffe is a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Texas. (Washington Times)