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Monday, November 30, 2015
The new city logo options will be discussed tomorrow evening by the Terrell City Council as the city's design consultant Mili Suleman makes the presentation at the regular meeting of the council at 7 o'clock at Terrell City Hall. Also, the council consider whether to approve a change order for the Spur 557 frontage road project which will result in a net increase of just over $48,000 in the cost of the project. The annexation of over 1,000 acres primarily south of Interstate 20 adjacent to the new development at FM 148 and Spur 557 will be considered by the council on second reading for approval. And, if approved, that area becomes part of the city of Terrell. And, appointments to various boards will also be considered at tomorrow's meeting.

A resident of Windmill Farms was found dead yesterday morning after neighbors called the Kaufman County Sheriff's Office to check on the man at his home in the 3000 block of Clear Springs Drive, who they said may be asleep at his front door. Deputies found the man had suffered a neck injury and was dead. A department spokesman said there were also signs of forced entry to the home. No other information is available as the investigation is continuing, and they are awaiting results of an autopsy by the Dallas County Medical Examiner.

Post-season for the Terrell Tigers ended Friday night with a loss in Grand Prairie to the Lancaster Tigers. The Tigers scored quickly in the first quarter of Friday's game to take the lead 7-0. Lancaster took the lead in the second quarter, and led at halftime 21-7. Lancaster held the lead for the remainder of the game, although Terrell did score two more touchdowns in the second half. At the end, the Lancaster Tigers were victorious over the Terrell Tigers, 40-21.

The funeral service for Benny D. Britton, who passed away Friday at his home in Terrell, will be tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Rockwall and Brin Church of Christ in Terrell. Visitation will be this evening from 6 until 8 o'clock at Max Slayton funerals and Creamations in Terrell.

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Wonderful Wizard of Song

Bringing one of America’s most influential songwriters to center stage is a multi-talented cast of five accompanied by piano and bass. First-hand stories, home movies and classics like “That Old Black Magic,” “Stormy Weather” and, of course, “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” A rare opportunity to experience the life & times – and the songs of the man behind the music. The next in the E!Terrell Entertainment series Friday, February 26, 2016 at the TISD's Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m.