In less than 24 hours, Carolyn Dantzler went from trusting doctors to having that trust shattered to having that trust rebuilt because of one who saved her life.
Waxahachie resident Sherri Cooper holds a photo of her mother playing the harp. She was diagnosed with breast cancer 30 years after her mother lost her life to the illness, and she fought the battle with a sense of humor for strength.
In 1983, when Sherri Cooper was 16, her mother passed away from breast cancer. She fought it for about four years, had a lump for a year and never told anyone, Cooper said.
The American Cancer Society predicts that more than 232,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women this year. Comments (0)
Last night the Waxahachie Lady Indians volleyball team lost their first district match of the season in a hard fought, four-set match against the Mansfield Lake Ridge Eagles (20-25, 25-21, 21-25, 13-25). Comments (0)
On Sept. 26, Waxahachie Global High’s Student Council hosted a Sock Hop. The ‘50s themed dance served as a canned food drive for Waxahachie CARE food pantry and more than 160 students (40 perc… Comments (0)
Susan G. Komen®Greater Fort Worth announced today that Erin Hayes has joined the nonprofit as the Affiliate’s Race and Events Manager. Comments (0)
We want to officially welcome Bob Phillips back to town and express our appreciation for again selecting Waxahachie to host his annual Texas Country Reporter Festival — which officially kicks … Comments (0)
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