There are two intersections of particular consternation for Sherman businessman Rodolfo Reynoso at the moment. The first of those intersections remains hypothetical: that would be an intersection he is attempting to create linking his newly constructed office building to West Houston Street.
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POTTSBORO — In preparation for the changes to graduation requirements mandated by Texas House Bill 5, the Pottsboro Independent School District Board outlined its new graduation plans on Monday. The new plans will require algebra II and speech as a requirement for all of the District’s graduation plans.
Theft — An officer responded Tuesday to a theft at a store in the 400 block of E. U.S. Highway 82. A store employee said he watched a man select some items, put them into a bag and leave without paying. The value of the merchandise was less than $50. However, the man had two previous convictions for theft which enhanced the offense to a state jail felony. Due to extenuating circumstances the man was released. The officer made a report for theft of property under $1500 with 2 or more previous convictions.
The Sherman Police Department will be participating in the National Pharmaceutical Take-Back Initiative Saturday by taking in from the public unwanted or expired medicine so it can be disposed of properly.
A Durant man is facing a slew of charges after committing several crimes early Wednesday morning in Denison, police say. The offenses include (but are not limited to) attempting to steal a truck, damaging a utility pole and assaulting two police officers.
WHITESBORO — The Whitesboro News-Record will host a Meet the Candidates Town Hall Meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at Whitesboro City Hall.
WHITESBORO — The Whitesboro Economic Development Corp. and the Whitesboro Industrial Development Corp. opted not to take any action on the proposed Grayson County Equine Arena at their meetings Wednesday morning.
Grayson County commissioners Tuesday approved a request from Texoma Community Center to put green ribbons around the trees on the courthouse square for the month of May.
The first face in Texas that travelers often see when entering the state on U.S. Highway 75 belongs to Monica Freeman. A travel counselor at the Texas Department of Transportation’s Denison Travel Center, Freeman is typically all smiles while manning the information desk, handing out maps and answering any questions from road-weary passengers about the Lone Star State.
After six years on the Denison Independent School District School Board, Randy Sedlacek, trustee and current secretary of the Bard, is seeking re-election for the Ward 7 place in the May 10 Denison School Board Election.