The weather was a bit sour at Little Mineral Marina Saturday morning, but the bass didn’t seem to notice. And if the smiling soldiers were any indication, scattered showers were a small price to pay for a weekend on the right end of a fishing pole.
When last December’s ice storms collapsed the roof and business prospects for the area’s lone bowling alley, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Grayson County was an invisible victim. Without its annual bowling fundraiser, the program had no obvious method of soliciting money for its operations.
Students from across Texoma tested their technical and engineering skills last weekend as they competed in the Boosting Engineering Science and Technology regional robotics competition. The annual contest pitted 60 teams from across Texas and New Mexico in contests involving robotic engineering, design, control and construction.
The Grayson County Sheriff’s Office said goodbye to one of its own Friday with the retirement of jailer Mark Love.
WASHINGTON – Senators this week shelved a bill that would have given a go-ahead to the Keystone XL pipeline following a long and contentious debate pitting environmentalists against the oil industry, and that carried implications for a U.S. Senate race in Louisiana.
Ray Farabee, who parlayed success as a Wichita Falls attorney into subsequent careers in the Texas Senate and the University of Texas System, died on Thursday. He was 81 years old.
Mike Kluss works on decorating the official city of Sherman Christmas tree, which has been moved from Municipal Park to the 100 block of North Travis. There will be a lighting of the tree at 6:25 p.m. on Dec. 5 before the Christmas parade.