With more rain in the forecast, Texoma will not be able to dry up until later this week. There will be a small break in between rain Saturday night and rain during the daytime Sunday, but National Weather Service meteorologist Daniel Huckaby said there could be up to an inch and half more to come.
More than 70 years after it led Allied aircraft during the D-Day invasion, the C-47 That’s All Brother is being readied for its new home in Dallas.
In light of TAPS Public Transit’s cuts in service, Grayson College has been providing limited transportation to students for the remainder of the fall semester. One route in Sherman and one route in Denison will be available weekdays until Dec. 10, the end of final exams.
Wednesday’s column was an introduction to the Lee-Peacock feud, which took place in the four corners area where Grayson, Fannin, Collin and Hunt counties meet and the village of Pilot Grove, about 35 miles from Sherman.
Those who drive by the Grayson County courthouse regularly might notice a new place to rest their eyes on the southwestern corner. The small vignette is a memorial dedicated to a former Grayson County prosecutor.
VAN ALSTYNE — For many businesses, a marker of success can be placed on the number of years it’s done business in a community. For the Benton-Luttrell company, 125 years of business in Van Alstyne and surrounding communities is that marker.
It is said that Black Friday got its name because it was when retailers and businesses were officially “in the black” and making a profit with booming holiday shopping. Others say the name comes from the large mass of people scrambling for deals early in the Christmas season. Regardless of the day’s origin, for many Black Friday is the best chance to get deals ahead of the Christmas rush.
While responding to a car that hydroplaned and hit the guardrail on southbound U.S. Highway 75 early Friday afternoon, Sherman Police Officer Tyler Carroll was sitting in his car when he was sideswiped by another vehicle.
The federal government is officially warning governors in states like Texas that they do not have the power to reject Syrian refugees.
ALLEN’S CHAPEL — Rolling past hayfields and old barns and cattle-pocked pastures, the road to Carson dips as it nears the wooded bottom land along Lower Bois d’Arc Creek. There, a red-tipped stake marks the line where open land will give way to water in central Fannin County if a proposed reservoir wins final approval.
An angel at Christmas time means different things to different people. To some, it is an icon of the season and to others it is a sign of hope. The angels that adorn the Salvation Army trees throughout Grayson County are a little bit of both.
A new partnership is hoping to change the face of substance abuse treatment and its availability in Texoma. Last month, the Texoma Community Center officially joined forces with Four Rivers Outreach to provide more services for those facing recovery after abuse.
Thanks to the team of Rusty Weatherly and Joanna Bryant, the Grayson College Culinary Arts Program recently received its three-year accreditation from the American Culinary Arts Federation. Although the program is only five-years-old, Grayson College was also able to obtain the accreditation on its first attempt.