The Texas Council of Community Centers has picked Texoma’s KTEN News to receive the 2015 Frank M. Adams Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service in the Media category. The award will be presented to KTEN at the 30th Annual Community Centers Staff and Trustee Training Conference, which will be held June 17-19 at the Westin Galleria in Houston.
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Eight days after the city of Sherman announced its backing for a major expansion project at one of the city’s longest tenured industrial tenants, Sherman Economic Development Corp. followed suit.
Students, faculty and members of the community gathered at Grayson College Monday to help the celebrate the build out of the Student Life Center. Officials with GC held a ribbon cutting to kick off the opening of GC Perks, the first coffee bar located on campus.
In a month that saw Grayson County tax receipts all over the board in terms of growth, two cities linked by a school district enjoyed the largest increase in local sales taxes. Money collected by the state during the month of February was dispersed to Texas cities by the state comptroller on Wednesday.
Lightweight aluminum is doing some heavy lifting for Sherman’s economy. The Sherman City Council on Monday granted initial approval to a financial incentive that could bring jobs and more than $25 million in new investment to the community.
Each year as students prepare for summer break, some area teachers are getting ready to return to the classroom. However, this classroom is not the type you would find in an average school, and in it these teachers are the students.
Less than two weeks after Denison’s Ironroot Republic Distillery began shipping its locally crafted spirits, brothers and co-founders Robert and Jonathan Likarish received another shot of good news.
Throughout the nation, leaders in economic development are facing the growing problem of a shrinking workforce for skilled manufacturing jobs. To help meet the demand locally, leaders with the Denison Development Alliance, Sherman Economic Development Corp. and Workforce Solutions Texoma have partnered to conduct an assessment of the local workforce and ways to better prepare future workers for the jobs that are available in Texoma.
FOLSOM, Calif. — California’s electrical grid has a problem — a nice problem, but a problem nonetheless: The state often has too much power.
The fallout from low oil prices is spreading to another part of the Texas economy: manufacturing.