The Sherman Economic Development Corp. is partnering with the city of Sherman on a 22-acre tract of land on the southeast corner of the intersection of U.S. Highway 75 and FM 1417 that the entities hope will serve as a “new front door for Sherman.”
Sherman police responded to a car wreck at U.S. Highway 82 and Frisco Road Thursday evening.
Renovations currently underway at the Sherman Municipal Building will allow the city to provide more space for the Sherman Police Department and save the expense of building or purchasing a new building. The Municipal Court office and courtroom will be moved from the police department to the Municipal Building to open up more workspace for police personnel.
A long line of friends and co-workers greeted Sherman Superintendent Al Hambrick at his retirement ceremony at the Sherman Independent School District Service Center Thursday afternoon. Hambrick has worked for the Sherman school district for 35 years.
Grayson County grand jurors this week indicted Rodney Cannon, 28, of Desoto on evading arrest and robbery charges. The indictments are formal charges and are not an indication of guilt. The charges stem from a June incident in which Cannon is said to have robbed a Sherman motel then led police on a chase.
SHERMAN — In 1905, the First Baptist Church of Sherman and Pastor Forest Smith established a mission on South Crockett for cotton mill workers called Southside Baptist Mission. They began Sunday school classes in a white building.
Kick up your heels, tickle those taste buds, enjoy some classic movies and cars, and chat with the critters this weekend with a variety of events in Grayson and Fannin Counties.
Local industry leaders are continuing workforce development aimed at manufacturing and health care professions. The initiative started in late 2014 following an assessment by the Denison Development Alliance of the local workforce.
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Ahe three men left in the race to see who will become Grayson County’s next sheriff faced off Tuesday night in a forum hosted by the North Texas Young Professionals and the Grayson County Republican Party. John Hunt Sr.
The suspect in the fatal shooting of two television journalists during a live broadcast Wednesday morning in Southwest Virginia has died at a Washington area hospital after reportedly shooting himself after a chase on a highway west of the city.
Lloyd Treadwell is getting acquainted with his new school district this week. Although his first official day is Sept. 1, the Sherman Independent School District interim superintendent has driven by all campuses and plans to learn about the district’s goals as soon as possible.
Last month, Rep. John Ratcliffe thanked area first responders on the House floor in Washington. Tuesday he set out to thank some of those first responders in person.
The Grayson College board of trustees approved the 2015-2016 budget Tuesday afternoon but the golf course was left out of the proposal due to financial concerns. However, it is not “officially” over for the Grayson Community College Golf Course.
As the dog days of summer wear on, area businesses and residents welcome a return to normality following heavy, damaging storms at the beginning of the season.
Sheila Mae Wolfe, 54, of Pottsboro, pleaded guilty Tuesday to one charge of murder and received a 40-year prison sentence for killing her mother with a sledgehammer.
For most organizations, a busy summer is something to celebrate, but the Texoma Regional Blood Center has been so busy providing blood it has struggled to keep an adequate supply on the shelves.
The race to see who will be the next Grayson County Sheriff has lost a candidate. John Hunt dropped out of the race for the Republican nomination recently.
Grayson County commissioners Tuesday decided to keep the county under a burn ban. The decision came after Grayson County Fire Marshal Kevin Walton said the Keetch-Byram Drought Index for the county was at 703 Tuesday morning and is expected to reach as high as 742 this week.