Theft — On Dec. 10, police responded to a theft at a store in the 3300 block of North U.S. Highway 75. The suspect had stolen a necklace valued at $12,000. The suspect was a man and was well-dressed, wearing a suit and tie. He had asked an employee to see the necklace and then wanted to inspect the diamonds with a sight glass. He looked at the diamonds, put the sight glass down and ran out with the necklace. The suspect drove off in a car.
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Justin Boyce, will have to wait a little bit longer to face a capital murder charge in the 15th state District Court. Boyce was set to go on trial for the murder charge Monday in the death of three-year-old Breanna Perry of Denison, but the case has been rescheduled.
KINGSTON, Okla. — Divers have found the body of the pilot who had been flying the plane that crashed Wednesday in Lake Texoma. The discovery came less than a day after divers recovered the plane.
The Sherman Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect who robbed a store on Thursday and assaulted two employees in the process.
Grayson County College’s Board of Trustees extended College President Jeremy McMillen’s contract this week for one additional year. The three-year contract now extends to 2018.
Grayson County residents were able to take advantage of a tax payment drive-thru Friday at the court house. Several people walked back to their cars to use the drive-thru instead after seeing the line inside.
WASHINGTON — The Senate last week approved legislation to permit construction of the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline after a month of largely partisan debate over climate change and energy independence.
DURANT, Okla. — As U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack walked up and down the aisles of the Choctaw Nation Food Distribution Center Thursday, stocked shelves of canned fruits and vegetables met his eyes.
A Sherman man whose wife died after he struck her with a car pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of failure to render aid resulting in death and will be sentenced after a hearing set to start on March 19.
During a recent commissioner’s comments section of the Grayson County Commissioner’s Court meeting, Commissioner Jeff Whitmire shared some news that some folks in Van Alsytne have been waiting to hear.