The Pottsboro City Council will meet for a special called session on Monday, Jan. 26, for an executive session. The discussion will center around an application for a zone change for the Pottsboro Independent School District.
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BONHAM — A Fannin County jury sentenced Gary Christopher “Chris” Morrow, 43, of McKinney to 40 years in prison Friday for aggravated sexual assault and a slew of other charges.
BONHAM — Officials with Red River Regional Hospital in Bonham announced late Friday afternoon that a change of operations is on the way for the hospital. Effective March 1, Texoma Medical Center will begin management of hospital operations at the Bonham hospital.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced Friday afternoon that it will review Oklahoma’s lethal injection protocol. This announcement comes less than an month before Lester Leroy Bower Jr., who was convicted in 1984 of killing four people in a Sherman airplane hangar, is scheduled to be executed.
A packed house filled Sherman’s Municipal Ballroom Friday for the city’s Annual Awards Luncheon, sponsored by the Sherman Chamber of Commerce. The yearly event recognizes local organizations and individuals who have gone above and beyond profit-loss statements to make a meaningful impact in the city.
A wreck involving two trucks caused a portion of Highway 82 in Sherman to be closed Friday afternoon.
VAN ALSTYNE — Residents who may be affected by a proposed power plant have until Monday to submit public comments to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
The Sherman Fire Department battled a blaze Thursday night at a house on Skyline Drive.
Can anyone else believe this amazing weather we’ve been having? As a Colorado girl of 12 years, this is just another one of the great reasons to live in Texas. I drove by Fairview Park on Monday to see it packed with kids and families on the playground and throwing around a Frisbee. The gym parking lot was slightly less crowded as folks hit the great outdoors to get their daily exercise done. It made my heart happy.
POTTSBORO — Unlike city fire departments, Preston Volunteer Emergency Services operates almost completely on donations. Saturday, the organization held one of its several yearly fundraisers: a chili dinner.