When starting out in education, Al Hambrick expected to be a math teacher and basketball coach all his life but to his surprise, he said God’s plan led him to be the superintendent of the Sherman Independent School District.
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It’s no secret that George Hatfield is a proud Okie. After 16 years of serving as a Denison Independent School District assistant superintendent, he refuses to become a full-time Texan but will forever be a Yellow Jacket.
Gateway Village in Denison unveiled its Saddle Creek subdivision to potential homeowners and developers during an open house Saturday morning.
For the past several years, the creation of housing options of all levels has been a focus for Denison city leaders. Now those efforts are beginning to bear fruit as Denison experiences a boom in housing development.
VAN ALSTYNE — Former Van Alstyne Fire Chief Landon Smith isn’t taking the things the city said about him to the media back in July mildly. He has sued the city for defamation and wrongful termination.
The Sherman Economic Development Corp. is partnering with the city of Sherman on a 22-acre tract of land on the southeast corner of the intersection of U.S. Highway 75 and FM 1417 that the entities hope will serve as a “new front door for Sherman.”
VAN ALSTYNE — A woman had to be airlifted to the hospital Friday morning when her car rolled over on U.S. Highway 75.
The young newscaster who was shot and killed while she worked live on television in Virginia this week had significant ties to Texoma and Austin College.
For more than a week, Essie Hennie and her family were tuned into the news, watching as tropical storm Katrina swirled its way toward their home in New Orleans. As the storm’s wind speeds increased to more than 100 miles per hour, Hennie and her family realized they were no longer safe in their own home. By now, this storm had become the infamous Hurricane Katrina.
POTTSBORO — Several months ago, the city of Pottsboro looked at the possibility of removing a raised median on F.M. 120 between Spur 316 and S.H. 289. On Monday, Aug. 31, the City Council will hold a special session and discuss this possibility further.