Returning to its roots as a former U.S. Air Force base, North Texas Regional Airport — Perrin Field played host to an armed forces training operation on Saturday. Members of the 1st Battalion of the 143rd Airborne conducted “Operation Viking,” in which more than 200 troops and support equipment were airlifted into Texoma to simulate the capture of the airport by Army personnel.
BELLS — Grayson County Speedway’s new ower, Frank Rose, said he started his career in racing at the very track he now owns. When he had the opportunity in December to buy the track from its previous owners, he seized it.
Festivities kicked off at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 26. President of the Gunter Chamber Brandi Cochran said the focus of the chamber is to help all local businesses to expand with the future growth of the community. This year the banquet provided a platform for some of the smaller businesses without a store front an opportunity to showcase the products and services they have to offer.
A Denison eatery ran afoul of Texas heath and safety rules during a recent Health Department inspection. The Grayson County Health Department released a list of inspections that showed Best Buffet, 931 S. Austin in Denison, received an F grade on its most recent inspection.
WASHINGTON – House Republicans and Democrats came together last week to resolve a decade-old deficiency in the way doctors are reimbursed by Medicare.
An afternoon wreck on Texoma Pwky. outside of Midway Mall sent one women to the hospital with minor injuries Friday. Police say a white sedan was struck by an SUV while trying to turn across traffic. The driver of the sedan was transported in a neck brace from the scene.
Mike Martin takes his dog for a walk and a little exercise Friday morning at Waterloo lake in Denison.
Professors and students from Austin College gathered Thursday to recognize world-famous architect Shigeru Ban with the 2015 Posey Leadership Award for his achievements in sustainability in architectural design and humanitarian efforts. The Posey award has recognized individuals for outstanding contributions to humanitarianism, education, health care and community service.
With orange cones and construction signs popping up in numerous area roads, the Texas Department of Transportation and police are reminding drivers to slow down and save a life.
BELLS — A standoff unfolded in Bells Monday night, as a woman was held at knifepoint for several minutes while officers from three responding jurisdictions negotiated her release.
Building from the ground up can be like running a long and grinding race. The Refuge Church in Denison has seen how tasking this race can be, but with a “Ready, set go,” they’ve taken off strong, bringing in Royal Tailor’s lead singer Tauren Wells for a special one-night event for area youth this Saturday.
When Memorial Hospital opened in 1965, it was a small community hospital serving the thriving railroad community of Denison. After 50 years, and a renaming in the 1970s, Texoma Medical Center has expanded to a regional facility that provides health care service to the individuals across the entire region.
Parents know the joy of welcoming a new child into their family. And almost all parents dread the day when they have to say goodbye to a child. For foster parents, however, the time between those two events can be very short.
The Denison Education Foundation and Denison Independent School District Superintendent Henry Scott surprised five recipients with spring grants to introduce or improve programs in the DISD classrooms.
One of Grayson County’s former contract prosecutors recently announced she plans to run for the top spot at the District Attorney’s Office in 2016. Bobbie Peterson Cate said she was able to make a significant difference in people’s lives while prosecuting part time and now it is time to do it full time. Coming from a family of law enforcement — her father retired from the Dallas Police Department after 27 years, and her great-grandfather was a judge in Oklahoma — Cate said becoming District Attorney is a life-long ambition.
BONHAM — About 80 Fannin County residents gathered to comment on the Lower Bois d’Arc Creek Reservoir Tuesday evening at the Fannin County Multi-Purpose Complex in Bonham. Some were supportive of the project, but many residents present to make comments were not.