Maria Huerta passes by in a horse drawn carriage during the Sherman High School homecoming parade Monday night in downtown Sherman. The Bearcats will face the Prosper Eagles at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Bearcat Stadium.
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Charlene Smith has heard her share of horror stories at the Sherman Elks Lodge over the years. A longtime member and occasional bartender at the Lodge — located along a stretch of FM 1417 in south Sherman — Smith said a month rarely goes by without another serious wreck.
BONHAM — Lake Fannin, which has not been open to the public for many years, may soon be owned by Fannin County once again.
In November, Texas voters will decide on more than just a new governor. In addition to voting for representatives, voters throughout the state will say yes or no to Proposition 1, which could provide more than $1 billion in additional roadway funding, statewide.
The North Texas Regional Airport — Perrin Field is playing host this week to the 2014 US National Aerobatic Championships, where some of the best pilots in the nation compete for the title, and the chance to compete in the world championship next year.
This summer Peter Anderson finished a lifelong project: his novel, “The Unspeakable,” which was released Sunday. Anderson, an Austin College English professor, set out to tell the story of South Africa and expose the darkness of the apartheid and reformist apartheid era. “You cannot live in South Africa under apartheid without being of apartheid,” he said.
DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University has scheduled Parents, Family and Friends Day for Saturday.
Denison Independent School District will be opening up their two newly-renovated campuses for the community to see. The public is welcome to see the improvements at B. McDaniel Intermediate school on Thursday and Scott Middle School on Oct. 2.
After a four-year hiatus, Denison is back in the game — all three of them, in fact. Nearly 200 triathletes descended on Texoma for the Denison Red River Rampage this weekend, an event that’s been resurrected by city leaders in order to goose tourism numbers and showcase the city’s historic downtown.
If Saturday was any indication, the new partnership between the city of Sherman and its Chamber of Commerce could bear significant fruit for both. The annual Sherman Autumn and Arts Fest drew large crowds to downtown, as thousands filled the streets around the city’s Municipal Park to watch demonstrations, eat from food carts and enjoy dozens of activities designed for kids.