Sherman Police have arrested the owner of a local funeral service for two counts of abuse of a corpse.
HOWE — The event may have been called Back to School Blues, but everyone in sight seemed to have a smile on their face Saturday evening in downtown Howe. Civic groups hosted the block party in an effort to draw together neighbors and bring traffic to local businesses.
Frank Graves of Denison wrote his autobiography for his family before his death on Aug. 8, 2014. With permission of his family, two retired Denison physicians, Dr. Coyle DeMoss and Dr. Irvin Jondahl, are responsible for having those memoirs published to share with the world.
POTTSBORO — The small, wide eyes of children stared in fear and wonder as Daryl Sprout held an Amazon tree boa on a metal snake hook. He told the children putting the snake on the hook at a safe distance was the best way to hold it.
“What was broken in a home, must be fixed in a home.”
How, exactly, did an entire store’s worth of domestic odds and ends, culled from old homes in New England, end up in North Texas?
A TAPS bus ran into some bad luck on U.S. Highway 75 at the exit to State Highway 56 in Sherman Friday afternoon.
Sherman’s business community suffered a loss this week when business owner Waymon McMackin died on Monday. He has operated Presco Products in Sherman’s east side since 1987.
Games, art, homegrown goodies, music and an old-fashioned community celebration are all on tap this weekend in Texomaland.
In the coming weeks, Pope Francis will be visiting the United States to attend the 2015 World Meeting of Families, a Roman Catholic convention that celebrates families. Although there have been more than 260 popes, only four have visited the United States.
A group of 17 elementary students had to pull up their sleeves and grab a pair of latex gloves as they dove into experiments in “Mad Science,” one of Grayson College’s Youth Summer of Discovery camp programs.
Throughout Texas, the coming of August signals the hottest days of the summer, and most people will be seeking relief from the summer heat. But it is the heat that is offering some help for businesses along Lake Texoma recover from heavy spring rains.
When Grayson College art professor Steve O. Black began an art exhibit 13 years ago featuring exclusively black and white images, people called him crazy.
The tinkle of toasting wineglasses, rattle of plates and utensils and the pleasant hum of a dozen different conversations make Alan Isley smile. In moments, he’ll be adding his musical sounds to the inviting mix inside Devolli’s Italian Restaurant on Denison’s Main Street just like he’s done four nights a week for the last 11 years.