Campbell – A Campbell man will learn next week how long he'll spend in prison for the murder of his wife.
32-year-old James Ray Brown Jr. will receive his sentence next Thursday, after having pleaded guilty to murdering his wife in June. A judge Thursday scheduled next week's hearing, which had previously been postponed.
Brown is said to have killed 28-year-old Avis Baker Brown at the couples' residence in October, 2008. He is facing a maximum sentence of from five to 99 years to life in prison.
Greenville – A Greenville man, convicted a decade ago for two armed robberies, has pleaded not guilty to two drug possession charges.
Gary Desmond Allen was one of two people indicted earlier this year for possession of the drugs within 1,000 ft of the Boles ISD campus.
He received one indictment for delivery of marijuana, and for the manufacture and possession of a controlled substance, mainly PCP, in February. An interim hearing in the case has been scheduled for September 8.
– The topics of social networking websites and sexting have found their way into the handbooks of grade school students across Texas. School District boards are approving the new measures prior to the start of the fall semester, to help better inform and protect students.
Students are not to use the name or picture of a student, district employee or volunteer and post without the person's consent for the purposes of harassing or embarrassing another, regardless of when and from where they posted it.
Bonham – Bonham High School will hold its annual student registration beginning Thursday and running through next Wednesday.
Registration is to be made by appointment only. Students who have a last name beginning with A-L should contact Mr. Tracy Wooten. Students with a last name beginning with M-Z should contact Mrs. Cathie Ary.
Sentencing hearing still not set in Campbell murder case; Commerce and Sulphur Springs City Council recaps; Trial begins Thursday for marijuana possession case; Bonham HS begins registration Thursday; Wills Point to hold town hall meeting Thursday night.