Taking Texoma back to the Mesozoic era, the Sherman Museum held a geology lecture about the Cretaceous period Saturday morning.
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.
Neither language barriers nor fear of the unknown phased a group of Denison High School and Cognac, France students. They didn’t hesitate to hop a plane and spend two weeks in a different culture as part of the Denison’s Sister Cities program.
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.
Nearly a year after joining forces with Baylor Scott & White Health and United Surgical Partners International, Sherman’s Heritage Park Surgical Hospital officially rechristening itself Thursday as Baylor Scott & White Surgical Hospital at Sherman.
A section of southbound U.S. Highway 75 buckled Thursday afternoon, closing the roadway in Denison for several hours as crews made repairs.
During its meeting Monday, the Sherman City Council gave its final approval for the sale of more than $7 million in certificates of obligation to fund upcoming transportation and facility projects in the city.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Texas was moving ahead. The spirit of reform was in the air as the people demanded accountability from business and government alike. Gov. Thomas M. Campbell, who served from 1907-1911 dedicated himself to progress for the people.
The days are growing short for Sherman’s last chain video store. Hastings Entertainment on Texoma Parkway is expected to close its doors by Oct. 31.
Bob Utter Ford recently got approval from the Sherman Planning and Zoning Commission for a new Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center, a paint/RV shop and an expansion to its existing Collision Center.
With more than 100 registrants, Waples United Methodist in Denison took Vacation Bible School to a new level this year with Project Transformation, an eight-week day camp for children in grades 1-12.
Local citizens looking to file as candidates for Sherman’s Nov. 8 regular and special municipal elections will be able to fill out the necessary paperwork next week.
Texomaland doesn’t stop because it’s hot. This weekend has all kinds of things to do, both inside and outside, so get out there and have some fun!
“Support Rialto” and “Storm Damage” were the only words displayed on the front marquee of downtown Denison’s Rialto Theater Wednesday afternoon. Small posters advising visitors that the theater is closed for repairs were taped to the front window instead of the traditional movie advertisements.
Jack Berni, who served as a Bonham firefighter for more than 35 years, died Monday at the age of 57.
Sherman residents voiced their visions for future park amenities and improvements to existing facilities during a public forum Tuesday night at Sherman’s municipal building. The response from the meeting will be used to draft a Parks and Recreation Master Plan to guide future recreational development in the city.
Scott Totten was killed by an accidental fire at his Sherman home early Wednesday morning. Family, friends and former employees said Mr. Totten was generous, caring and an advocate for historic preservation in the city.
The latest North Texas company to announce a data breach is pizza chain Cici’s, which reported malware that impacted more than 130 restaurants in 17 states.
The only thing worse than the heat of a long Texas summer is the pests it brings out. And the Grayson County Health Department said Wednesday that some of those pests may be carrying something you should be on the look out for.
TOM BEAN — The search is on for a new superintendent for the Tom Bean Independent School District. The last day for former Superintendent Troy Roberts was district June 30, with Interim Superintendent Jason Smith taking over July 1. Smith said he did not know the reason for Roberts’ departure and deferred to the board president.