A signature from Gov. Greg Abbott is all that remains before a bill allowing Texans to carry their handguns openly becomes law.
For the past decade, the city of Denison has been demolishing blighted buildings. But city leaders aren’t just interested in getting rid of the bad, they want to replace it with new homes.
The Sherman Police Department welcomed four officers into its ranks on Thursday as each of them graduated from the department’s Field Training Program.
It’s a good summer for sequels . And while no one would confuse Sherman’s Interurban Film Festival with “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” there’s little question that the Festival’s second showing will be bigger and better than its first.
The Sherman Police Department is asking residents to not call 911 if they hear tornado warning sirens or if they do not have an emergency. This has been a problem for Sherman dispatchers with the recent inclement weather.
A Denison man was indicted Wednesday on a charge of murder in death of a man shot and killed in April.
Editor’s note: Denison Music on Main — No. 5 — has been moved to Tupelo Honey Bar & Grill at 130 E. Woodard Street in Denison.
This video from the Oklahoma National Guard shows the extent of flooding around Lake Texoma.
Levels on Lake Texoma continue to rise. As of 10 a.m. Thursday morning, the pool elevation at the Denison Dam was 643.83 feet, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District .
Before you get your hopes up, no, the new Loy Lake Road bridge is not yet open to traffic. But with the day of that opening finally nigh, local luminaries saw fit Wednesday afternoon to gather and celebrate the project’s impending conclusion.
One of the recurring themes in the past several years for the city of Denison has been growth and development. With revitalization as a focus on Main Street and downtown, development of the intersection of FM 691 and U.S. Highway 75 — the Gateway to Denison — is expected to be a major focal point for future growth in the city.
The water level in Lake Texoma continues to rise and water is pouring over the spillway causing some damage, flooding and drawing a crowd.
CARTWRIGHT, Okla. — They called it “The Coney Island of Lake Texoma.” Adopting the name of the adjacent arm of Lake Texoma, Burns Run Concession Site opened to the public in 1947, attracting nearly a quarter-million visitors in its first year alone.
Officials with Grayson County and local communities started the long process of assessing damage Tuesday after strong storms passed through the region over the Memorial Day weekend. Officials met with representatives of the National Weather Service to survey the damage from the storms, which include a confirmed tornado in Sherman and Denison.
The cheers of hundreds of third and fourth grade students from Denison Independent School District echoed in Munson Stadium Tuesday afternoon as all five elementary schools competed in “Play Day.” Twenty elementary classes participated in a “mega relay” and several running events.
Yet another round of storms is forecast fire up across parts of Texas and the southern Plains into Tuesday night with the risk of severe weather, including flash flooding.
I learned what it is to be 80 years old Saturday and it isn’t even time for my latest birthday for two more weeks. Thirteen members of the Class of 1953 at the old Denison High School gathered at the Southern Grill and Kitchen for a joint 80th birthday party representing 960 accumulative years of life for those attending.
Denison Independent School District held its annual “Play Day” for third and fourth graders to compete in field day activities Tuesday afternoon at Munson Stadium. “Play Day” was organized for students to have a fun yet friendly competition with other elementary schools in Denison.
VAN ALSTYNE — Imagine a room set apart from the rest of the world. A bright, airy space with blank canvases, worn brushes, colorful posters and books filled with familiar characters. To many creative minds, this space would be paradise. To Van Alstyne artist Ron Head, this is simply his studio.