After a meeting Tuesday, the second in just over a week, locals whose property was damaged by flooding on Father’s Day can apply for aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
A Denison man has been sentenced to prison for possessing and dealing meth.
Thirty-nine years ago, a small group of local volunteers started a rape crisis hotline. That humble beginning has grown into one of the area’s most crucial programs, the Crisis Center.
When a group of Dallas energy investors, united under the banner of Panda Power Funds, agreed to build a state-of-the-art, 758-megawatt combined cycle natural gas power plant on Sherman’s south side, they altered the financial future of the city, Grayson County and its various public institutions. From property taxes to water fees to the local employment base, Panda, it seemed, had given the city a gift that would keep on giving .
With 40 states expected to see water shortages within the next decade, water conservation is as important as it’s ever been. That’s why Sherman is encouraging local businesses to use treated effluent water to free up the city’s storage of fresh water.