UPDATE

Update for April 20, 2018

BUSINESS PARK CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN - The Decatur Economic Development Corp. Wednesday awarded a $2.8 million contract to McMahon Contracting for the construction of infrastructure at Eagles Landing Business Park southeast of town. Eagles Landing is being built on a 162-acre tract of land north of Farm Road 2264, east of U.S. 81/287.

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Board closes Decatur high school campus for lunch Vision in pink: Annual fundraiser, fashion show sells out Track: Strong finish – Eagles take second in area meet
 
Board closes Decatur high school campus for lunch

Board closes Decatur high school campus for lunch

Decatur High School students will have a closed campus for lunch next school year.

Vision in pink: Annual fundraiser, fashion show sells out

Vision in pink: Annual fundraiser, fashion show sells out

Wise Health Foundation's Dazzle Me Pink fashion show and luncheon raised more than $62,000 for Wise Health System's Women's Health Services and Mary's Gift.

Track: Strong finish – Eagles take second in area meet

Track: Strong finish – Eagles take second in area meet

After sweeping the District 9-4A meet last week at Argyle, Decatur posted another strong effort Wednesday at the 4A Region II 9/10 area meet.




NEWS HEADLINES

Board closes Decatur high school campus for lunch

Published Saturday, April 21, 2018
By Richard Greene

Decatur High School students will have a closed campus for lunch next school year.

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Large development takes shape near Boyd

Published Saturday, April 21, 2018
By Richard Greene

The near 600-home Springhill South development in Boyd took a significant step toward becoming a reality Tuesday night.

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Out of this world tour; Town to revisit alien encounter

Published Saturday, April 21, 2018
By Racey Burden

In April of 1897, a Dallas Morning News writer named S.E. Haydon penned an article claiming a being who was "not an inhabitant of this world" crashed its spacecraft in the small town of Aurora, where the residents gathered up the wreckage and buried the body.

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Vision in pink: Annual fundraiser, fashion show sells out

Published Saturday, April 21, 2018
By Kristen Tribe

Wise Health Foundation's Dazzle Me Pink fashion show and luncheon raised more than $62,000 for Wise Health System's Women's Health Services and Mary's Gift.

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SPORTS HEADLINES

Track: Strong finish – Eagles take second in area meet

Published Saturday, April 21, 2018
By Reece Waddell

After sweeping the District 9-4A meet last week at Argyle, Decatur posted another strong effort Wednesday at the 4A Region II 9/10 area meet.

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Track: Mitschke grabs gold

Published Saturday, April 21, 2018
By Reece Waddell

Paradise junior Maddie Mitschke had never run the 300 hurdles before this season. But in a span of two weeks, Mitschke has captured district and area titles in the event.

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OUR OPINIONS

Surprise! It’s a newspaper


Published Saturday, April 14, 2018 | By Richard Greene

Like many Wednesdays before, you will open your mailbox next week and find a copy of All Around Wise. While many of you will flip through it, the first inclination for some will be to quickly dismiss it as the same old, same old.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Things to consider in election

Published Saturday, April 21, 2018
By Patricia Mitchell

Facing a challenging re-election year, is it any coincidence that Rhome Mayor Michelle Pittman diCredico recently had an epiphany about the fate of Rhome's Old School and is now asking people (voters) to share her "vision?"

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Thoughtful gun control

Published Saturday, March 31, 2018
By Angelou Del Angel

My perspective on the gun control debate is informed by my status as a Navy veteran and my upbringing in rural Texas by a stepdad that loved to hunt deer.

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