Close-knit till the end

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LITTLE ELM — After 130 years, Elm Ridge United Methodist Church on Fishtrap Road held a final Sunday service filled with reminiscing, tears and friendship.

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Close-knit till the end

LITTLE ELM — After 130 years, Elm Ridge United Methodist Church on Fishtrap Road held a final Sunday service filled with reminiscing, tears and friendship.

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Authorities have recovered the body of a 35-year-old man who drowned in Lewisville Lake during a boat party Saturday night.

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Library on the way

Local officials break ground Friday on construction for the new Krum Public Library, which will be built on the east side of the current library at 803 E. McCart St. The library is being built from a $1.3 million bond package passed by voters in May 2013 and is expected to be completed in the spring or summer of 2017. Future fundraisers will help with the cost of furnishing and shelving the facility. Helping to break ground are, from left, library board members Donna O’ Dania and Bonnie Barthold; Denton County Commissioner Andy Eads; Kent Sears; Kelly Ring, library board chairwoman; Donna Pierce, library director; Krum Mayor Ron Harris, Krum City Council members Justin Diviney and Austin Petersen; and Sandy Clere, president of Krum Friends of the Library.

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