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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Michael Henderson
Nine years ago, when Michael Henderson checked out a vacant lot in the District's Edgewood neighborhood, he saw possibilities. He was right. Today, that lot is ablaze in summer color. Mr. Henderson is the proud owner of the home across the way, with a few improvements of its own - new drywall in the bathroom and flagstones in the front.
Former sheriff's office deputy Joshua Greeson found a box containing five small packets of methamphetamine right where Henderson said it would be.
"We want to get people involved," Mr. Henderson says. "That's how you get to make a good community great."