Rainy conditions continued for portions of Grayson County Thursday as the region experiences one of the wettest springs in recent memory. Meteorologists with the National Weather Service predict these late spring rains will continue through the remainder of the week and into the weekend.
Maria Huerta sets up her artwork Thursday afternoon for the Sherman High School Senior Art Show at Bean Me Up Coffeehouse & Cafe. The theme of Huerta’s portfolio incorporates Bible verses with major events from the past and present.
Summer will soon be here. While that excites children, working parents might have a different reaction.
Since 1983, the Denison Leadership Institute has had a role in shaping and training the future leaders of Denison with its annual classes. After 32 years of service to the community, and more than 400 students over the years, the program is celebrating its latest class of graduates.
GORDONVILLE — “It is what it is,” Lisa Barnett said Wednesday afternoon as she talked about the damage sustained at Big Mineral Marina Tuesday night.
Sherman city leaders have a bit of a happy problem on their hands — but a conundrum nonetheless. A consortium of area physicians, working in partnership with the Baylor Health Care System, is working to build a small, state-of-the-art hospital in south Sherman, with 75 to 100 patient beds, many of which would overlook Stone Creek Golf Course.
An Air Evac helicopter landed Wednesday afternoon in the parking lot of Wilson N. Jones Regional Medical Center. It’s not an unusual occurrence at the hospital, but this time it wasn’t to transport a patient. Air Evac personnel were providing training to local first responders.
The Denison Independent School District Board had a new meeting place Tuesday evening: Smith Auditorium at Denison High School. The meeting was held at DHS to provide space for the several students who received awards and recognitions for the 2015-16 school year.
For community colleges in Texas, any economic news seems to be bad news.
The Denison Independent School District has always been a part of Frances Cameron’s life but a time has come for her to make the difficult decision to step away from a place that she has served since 1959. The Denison ISD Board of Trustees officially accepted the letter of resignation from Cameron after serving 18 years Tuesday evening.
At the beginning of the Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday evening, the Denison Independent School District announced that Assistant Superintendent George Hatfield will be retiring at the end of August. The District also announced Terrell Elementary School Principal David Kirkbride as Hatfield’s replacement.
With Sherman’s downtown currently the site of revitalization projects big and small , the city’s central business district is poised to reclaim its title as a cultural and commercial hub — a title it previously held from the city’s founding through the 1960s.
POTTSBORO — The faces and positions of the Pottsboro Independent School District’s Board of Trustees will look a little different this fall. Every year the new or incumbent members take the oath of office, which Scott Galyon and Cindy Bunch did as they became board members.
The Denison Historic Preservation Board continued its long-term work on analyzing a recent historic resource survey for the downtown district during a meeting Tuesday. Last month, the Board received the results of a recent survey to determine which buildings currently contribute to the downtown’s National Register District status.
The Denison City Council approved a settlement with Atmos Energy and the Atmos Cities Steering Committee during a meeting Monday evening. Denison and other cities served by Atmos in the Mid-Tex Division, including Sherman, make up the Committee, which provides counsel and other services to member cities on rate cases.
The Grayson County Sheriff’s Office is mourning the death one of their own. Investigator Bryan Caloway, 38, was killed Monday in a car wreck on the Denison Dam, along with his wife, his mother and the driver of the other vehicle involved.
Chris and Amber Hope spend a little time together fishing just under the Denison Dam Tuesday afternoon. As of 4 p.m. Tuesday Lake Texoma elevation was at 634.96 feet.