Emily Pervis of Whitewright has dedicated months to her project, not her pet. The eight-year-old has been feeding and taking care of her goat who’s grown into the 112-pound contender she will win the Texoma Exposition and Livestock Show this week.
Aaron Quarles and his son Brayden, a kindergarten student at Terrell Elementary School in Denison, share pizza and a visit on Monday during “Dads Luncheon,” one of several special luncheons hosted daily through Friday in celebration of Texas Public Schools Week.
A 26-year-old nurse who contracted Ebola while caring for a patient says she plans to sue, alleging privacy issues and a failure to properly train the Texas hospital’s staff, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Three years ago, Bells Independent School District noticed the performance of dyslexic students was below expectations in classroom performance and state testing.
A few inches of snowfall on Friday created hazardous road conditions throughout the Texoma region, causing a death in Marshall County, Okla. and several weather-related car wrecks in Grayson County.
It’s as if no one told the birds that winter decided to make one more appearance in Texoma this week.
POTTSBORO — Despite the onslaught of snow, Tanglewood Resort was decked out Friday night as Pottsboro officials arrived to celebrate the 38th annual Pottsboro Chamber Awards Banquet.
I have heard of letters or cards being delivered many years after they were mailed, but a blog on the Internet took a very different twist recently involving a package from a Dr. Kim Roberts in Salt Lake City to the city of Denison.
When Gunter rejected a concrete batch plant five years ago, the city hoped that issue would be closed for good.
WASHINGTON – Congress approved legislation to finance the Department of Homeland Security for another week as Democrats and Republicans continue to spar over President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration policy.
Denison Independent School District offers professional development programs for teachers to earn hours throughout the year without having to travel to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. “Comprehension Connections” was the most recent event Thursday for kindergarten, first and second grade teachers.
Just four months after voters approved Proposition 1, which transferred $1.74 billion from the state’s rainy day fund to the Texas Department of Transportation for road projects, the organization has released the list of where all that money will be spent. Of the 201 projects that made this list, three are local.
HOWE — Howe High School students were swerving all over the road, getting into accidents and hitting pedestrians but not because of the snow storm Friday.
Fresh off his selection as Sherman’s Community Leader of the Year last month, Texoma entrepreneur Kevin Couch added a second trophy to his mantel during the American Advertising Awards banquet in Dallas Thursday night.
Despite frigid weathers and early snowfall on Friday morning, volunteers with the Meals on Wheels of Texoma ensured that many senior citizens throughout the region would have prepared meals over the weekend. Because of poor road conditions from the weather, Meals on Wheels ceased service at noon Friday after making deliveries, with plans of reopening on Monday.