HOWE — Lifelong Howe resident Amber Krantz-Dimayuga said she is running for the Howe Independent School District Board of Trustees to make sure her daughters and all the other children in the community are receiving a great education. Krantz-Dimayuga is one of five candidates who filed for three at-large positions in the May 9 election.
HOWE — When Bruce Dawsey first moved to Howe, he said he saw the school district as a large focus of the community and it was something he wanted to be apart of. After serving two terms on the Howe Independent School District Board of Trustees, the incumbent is one of five candidates who filed for three at-large positions in the May 9 election.
HOWE — After serving two terms on the Howe Independent School District Board of Trustees, incumbent Mark Abner said he would like to continue giving back to the District. Abner is one of five candidates who filed for three at-large positions in the May 9 election.
HOWE — Criminal lawyer Micah Belden said he is running to offer the Howe Independent School District “a legal mind” on the Board of Trustees. Belden is one of five candidates who filed for three at-large positions in the May 9 election.
HOWE — After 42 years of serving Howe Independent School District, retired teacher Janie Finney said she would like to embark on a new journey in the education field. She’s running for the Board of Trustees. Finney is one of five candidates who filed for three at-large positions in the May 9 election.
The Denison City Council took action Monday night to start the search for a new city manager when it appointed Assistant City Manager Judson Rex as interim city manager, effective May 9. Current City Manager Robert Hanna will be leaving his position with the city on May 8.
The development that has been called the “gateway to Denison” took another step forward Monday after the Denison City Council approved a request for a zoning change to planned development district for Gateway Village. The 600-acre development, once completed, will be mixed use with medical facilities, offices, residential and retail along the intersection of U.S. Highway 75 and FM 691.
The Denison City Council voted to approve a school zone speed limit ordinance for State Highway 91 along the front of Denison High School Monday evening.
It’s almost over. They swear.
Thunderstorms are set to return to the Plains this following a relatively quiet end to April.
Two gunmen were killed and a security guard wounded in an attack Sunday outside a controversial Dallas-area event where organizers were holding a contest for cartoons featuring the Muslim Prophet Muhammad, police said.
WASHINGTON – With Democrats united in opposition, the Republican-controlled House last week approved a resolution that would balance the federal budget in a decade with no new taxes but $5 trillion in cuts to domestic programs other than defense.
Grayson County school districts received results recently from the first administration of State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR testing) reading tests for fifth and eighth graders. The Texas Education Agency released the preliminary results on April 23; statewide 78 percent of fifth and eighth graders passed the reading test.
SADLER — “I was a cat person.”
Dogs — and their owners — from all over Texoma gathered Saturday at Heritage Park in Denison for an afternoon of barking and tail-wagging. The event was the annual Bark and Paws, meant to bring together local canines for activities and socializing.
The Sherman Independent School District leaders discussed existing critical issues and drafted goals to work toward a better future for the District in a two-day workshop over the weekend.
“Know your farmer, know your food.” That is the motto of the Sherman Farmers Market, which made its debut Saturday morning at the corner of Walnut and Wall Streets.
AUSTIN – The 14th Annual Ride for the Fallen honoring Texas peace officers who died in the line of duty brought more than 620 riders on 550-plus motorcycles roaring down Interstate 35 Saturday to the Texas Capitol
The Denison Public Library distributed comics to visitors as a part of Free Comic Book Day Saturday.
My latest treasure regarding Denison’s history came from C.J. Ransom of Colleyville, arriving in the mail Friday in the form of a program of the dedication ceremony of the Denison Dam in 1944.