All summer, Denison Independent School District has been in a race against time. The District majorly renovated two campuses, built a new campus and renovated its stadium. With the start of school on September 2, it seems the District has completed all of these projects just in time.
Remodeling work inside the Pottsboro library is underway. The library will be closed August 31 through September 15 as new flooring and desks are brought in.Remodeling work inside the Pottsboro library is underway. The library will be closed August 31 through September 15 as new flooring and desks are brought in
Grayson County Commissioners will talk courthouse repair when they meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Grayson County Courthouse in Sherman.
Two people were injured and Texoma Parkway was blocked for a short period Tuesday afternoon after a two-vehicle accident.
The Lady Yellow Jackets looked across the net and saw what they hoped they could be.
Though the Sherman Chamber of Commerce won’t officially take-over tourism promotion from the city until October, the Sherman City Council’s plan to outsource its promotional efforts is already bearing fruit. In a partnership among the Chamber, local businesses and radio stations KMKT, KLAK and KMAD, the first ever “Chat it up Sherman” advertisement hit local airways Monday morning. The weekly segment will promote local events in an effort to increase tourism visits to Grayson County and keep the community informed.
It wasn’t just school children who were returning to the classroom Monday. It was also was the first day of classes for students at Grayson College, and the start of several new programs within the institution.
Hip-hop artist Jay-Z famously claimed to have 99 problems, but North Texas Youth Connection Executive Director Sharon Watson might have him beat. Providing a tour Monday of her organization’s Sherman headquarters — a building that currently provides a home for seven homeless youth — the list of what needs fixed around the building easily outweighed the list of what doesn’t.
For thousands of kids all across Texoma, from pre-K to high school, Monday was the day around which the entire year revolves: the long-awaited, occasionally dreaded, first day of school.