Texoma Medical Center personnel who treated Breanna Perry, a 3-year-old Denison girl who died front blunt force trauma in 2012, testified Wednesday in the capital murder trial of the man authorities say killed the child.
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Officials with TAPS Public Transit unveiled plans to its board of directors on Wednesday aimed at addressing the agency’s current financial problems, including millions in operating liabilities and outstanding payroll taxes owed to the IRS. Interim CEO Tim Patton announced plans to address these and other operational issues in a news release last Monday, however, the agency withheld details until it had the opportunity to address the board.
The Sherman Police Department and local Texas Rangers are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found Monday. Authorities say they are investigating the death as a homicide.
Denison recently learned it won’t be receiving a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation this year for its planned Katy Trail project, but the city is undeterred in its plans for the trail and will reapply for the grant next year.
The Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge is unveiling a tool officials hope will help reverse the dying off of the monarch butterfly.
GUNTER — Motivational speaker Wade White offered words of encouragement through his “Measured by Character” program to Gunter Independent School District students Wednesday morning to empower them to recognize their purpose and meaning in life.
Jurors in the 15th state District Court Tuesday sat through nearly two hours of opening statements before hearing from the paramedics who worked to save the life of 3-year-old Breanna Perry back in November of 2012. Justin Boyce, 34, of Sherman has pleaded not guilty to capital murder in the child’s death.
Though what they do isn’t hidden, Sherman Independent School District instructional coaches prefer to be the secret support system for teachers. Through personalized support and positive relationships, instructional coaches have been helping build the foundation for effective instruction in Sherman classrooms.
POTTSBORO — After over a year of discussions and planning, progress will be seen in Pottsboro’s sidewalk improvement project. Pottsboro City Manager Kevin Farley addressed the City Council to provide an update on the project during its meeting Monday night. City staff had held a preconstruction conference last week in regards to the sidewalk to get the construction company ready to begin work on the project by Monday, Oct. 12, Farley said.
In advance of an anticipated public meeting on Wednesday, TAPS Public Transit Interim CEO Tim Patton spoke to employees Friday regarding the future of the company. In a video of the meeting , which has since been posted on the agency’s website, Patton gave employees an outline of his proposed “Moving Forward” initiative.