Thirty-nine years ago, a small group of local volunteers started a rape crisis hotline. That humble beginning has grown into one of the area’s most crucial programs, the Crisis Center.
A new type of technology is changing the way the city of Sherman interacts with its customers and is revolutionizing the provision of civic services in multiple ways. Called Geographic Information Systems , or GIS for short, the tech has been embraced by city leaders in recent years, and is already paying dividends in Sherman’s growth, they say.
A capacity crowd once again packed the Whitesboro Rodeo Arena Friday night to witness the largest field of competitors in the event’s history. More than 400 riders, ropers and ‘rastlers signed up to compete over the holiday weekend, ensuring an action-packed event from start to finish.
The name J.B. McDougall probably is familiar with anyone who has kept up with Denison’s early history. McDougal was one of Denison’s earliest colorful businessmen. His foot was in the door of many businesses including a hotel, a laundry, a saloon, a bank and even the light and power company.
BELLS — Starting next week, a part of Bells history will be going on sale to the highest bidder. On Saturday, a rare 1902 $20 bank note from the National Bank of Bells will go on the auction block in South Carolina. The bill is expected to bring between $15,000 and $20,000 at auction.
It was an intermittently rainy Friday afternoon, but that did not stop many Texomans from hitting the town and planning the rest of their July 4th weekend.