Over the past month, 120 middle schoolers have come to Sherman from all across the country for a week-long sleep away camp. Like any camp, it was full of fun and bonding, goofy activities and matching t-shirts. But unlike most camps, Summer Science Splash Camp at Austin College also focused on teaching campers about chemistry, physics, biology and astronomy.
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HOWE — A two-vehicle accident involving a semi truck Friday morning sent one driver to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The wreck took place on southbound U.S. Highway 75 south of Howe.
WASHINGTON – Some higher income families would be eligible to receive a child tax credit on their federal returns under a bill approved in the House last week.
Austin College professionals are at work to bring the ATHENA Award back to the area this fall, recognizing two exemplary leaders from Grayson, Fannin, or Cooke counties with the ATHENA Leadership Award® and the ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award at a dinner Thursday, September 11. Offered in connection with the College’s new Center for Regional and Community Development and the Texoma Women Get Connected program, this event will benefit the NOW Scholarship Fund at Austin College.
On the average day, the Denison Public Library sees visitors of all ages pass through its doors. While these visitors come from all across Grayson County, only a small portion of the funding for the library comes from the County budget.
The Denison City Council approved the submission of the 2014 Community Development Block Grant Action Plan during a meeting on Monday, removing the final road block for its submission to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
As Texoma residents recline in their air conditioning or pack up for traveling ventures, there are some businesses that suffer from the summer vacation.
The idea behind the creation of the Texas Success Initiative Assessment was to give colleges more detailed information on how well potential students remembered the math and English skills they learned in high school and if they need any extra help before starting class. But the test has also had an unintended effect: disqualifying thousands of incoming college students from receiving federal and state financial aid.
A Pottsboro woman was indicted Wednesday in her mother’s death. Court records show that Sheila Wolfe was indicted on a murder charge. The indictment is a formal charge and is not an indication of guilt.
Two men have been arrested for robbing a Denison hotel and tying up a hotel clerk early Wednesday morning.