Awarding contracts for the second phase of construction and renovations for the Collinsville Independent School District, the district’s board of trustees held a special meeting Monday evening to approve proposals that brought the construction total to a number under budget.
Two months after the sudden resignations of five city employees , Whitewright is close to being back at full staff.
BONHAM — Fannin County is one of eight Texas counties that will receive a grant from the Texas Historical Commission’s Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program for work on its courthouse.
It’s summertime and the kids have a month left before school begins. You’d like to take them on a fun, memorable vacation, but the family budget just doesn’t have enough wiggle room to do it. Fortunately, the North Texas, southern Oklahoma area has something that may be able to make that vacation dream a reality — state parks.
Taking Texoma back to the Mesozoic era, the Sherman Museum held a geology lecture about the Cretaceous period Saturday morning.
Expected updates to local transit improvement plans will have to wait a little longer than initially anticipated, Sherman-Denison Metropolitan Planning Organization officials said last week.
Sherman is considering a number of changes to city ordinances that would loosen restrictions on homeowners on large lots concerning things like open burning, driveways, sewer connections and the keeping of certain animals.
For Stephanie Brown, Denison’s Central Ward School has played a role in the lives of at least three generations of her family. She, her parents and her grandparents all attended the school over the course of nearly half a century and now she is looking at ways to save the school from its upcoming demolition.
Grayson County’s team of food inspectors continue to look out for consumers’ safety by determining whether local eateries are up to par in regard to food safety regulations.
The answer to, “What’s for dinner?” may be fresh, home-delivered, farm-sourced, pre-measured meat, fish, fruits and vegetables, and it may be sitting out on the porch right now.
While looking through my files of columns I have written in past years, I came across the 1986 book of articles from 30 years ago and I found one article that I had forgotten about, although I probably have written about each one individually. Actually, it was a speech I had prepared for the Denison Newcomers Club and the facts are just as interesting today as they were all those years ago.
The Kueckelhan family says the next week’s event, which has been held annual at their ranch near Bonham for the last 61 years, is not just a rodeo.
Southbound U.S. Highway 75 in Denison was closed into early Friday morning as crews worked to repair a section of the damaged roadway.
Sherman attorney Michael McGraw was sentenced to 20 years in prison for injury to a child and 10 years for a separate third-degree felony drug possession charge Friday morning in the 59th state District Court.
Unemployment rates for the Sherman-Denison area remain within full-employment despite a slight increase in June, the Texas Workforce Commission said in a report released Friday. The commission reported that unemployment rose from 3.5 percent in May to 3.9 percent in June.
The Denison High School gym was filled with cheers and synchronized routines Tuesday morning as the Denison High School cheerleaders practiced for their upcoming Little Cheer Camp. The camp serves as a student-driven fundraiser where girls from pre-K to sixth grade learn from experienced cheerleaders what it takes to perform for a crowd.
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