After nearly three years of disputes, trials and appeals the demolition of Denison’s Central Ward School is expected to start on Monday. In January, the Denison City Council approved a $72,000 contract with Matrix Demolition for the demolition of the former school building located at 715 W. Sears. The demolition and clean up is expected to take about six weeks to complete.
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As crude oil inventories continue to grow, local gasoline prices are expected to stay low, which leaves the consumer happy but the oil industry tightening its belt.
Sherman shoppers could have a new grocery option coming their way as a 123,590-square-foot Kroger Marketplace and Pharmacy is being considered for the city.
In recent years, Grayson County has focused on the development of single-family living options, such as Gateway Village in Denison. However, the conversation has shifted as the options of multi-family housing are starting to slowly grow throughout the area.
Setting the mood for the Black Expo at Austin College on Saturday, Esther Brown of Sherman recited Langston Hughes’ poem, “Mother to Son.”
After a combined 277 years of marriage, four couples residing at Wesley Village in Denison have celebrated more than a few Valentine’s Days together. Last week, they shared a little of their long lives and gave some advice to other couples who have already tied the knot or might be thinking about doing so.
Two of the three candidates who are seeking the Republican Party nomination for the post of Grayson County Sheriff in the March 1 primary, Howard Day and Tom Watt, answered questions for the Herald Democrat. All three candidates were invited to participate, but David Russell declined and said he was too busy to accommodate the request.
The two people seeking the Republican nomination for the spot of Grayson County district attorney recently sat down at the Herald Democrat to answer a few questions about their qualifications for the job.
Congressman John Ratcliffe and his challenger, Lou Gigliotti, both recently sat down with the Herald Democrat to answer some questions about their qualifications for the office they seek and their plans should they be elected.
Traveling between Grayson County and Marshall County, Oklahoma, may soon get a little easier. With the help of the Texas Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation recently announced a proposal to replace Willis Bridge, which would help improve transportation between state Highway 99 and U.S. Highway 377 over Lake Texoma.