DURANT, Okla. — As U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack walked up and down the aisles of the Choctaw Nation Food Distribution Center Thursday, stocked shelves of canned fruits and vegetables met his eyes.
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KINGSTON, Okla. — Law enforcement was able to recover the plane Thursday that crashed into Lake Texoma on Wednesday morning.
It’s an empty lot of grass at this point — technically, two empty lots of grass sandwiching one skinny lot of mature trees and a small concrete wall. A 10,836-square-foot island of green surrounded by concrete and asphalt in downtown Sherman. But with a little bit of help from the community, the property on the corner of Wall and Montgomery streets could become something worth panting over.
Most college students spend their time thinking about work, classes and friends. The security level of their campus probably isn’t something the registers with most college students. It does register, however, with college faculty and staff. That’s why Austin College is looking to advance its security system by entering the Stanley Safer Schools contest.
More than 600 players with 60 teams gathered at Denison’s T-Bar Fields to compete in the 32nd Annual Snowball Classic last weekend. The annual tournament brings competitors from across the country to compete in mens and co-ed softball.
During a recent commissioner’s comments section of the Grayson County Commissioner’s Court meeting, Commissioner Jeff Whitmire shared some news that some folks in Van Alsytne have been waiting to hear.
Police arrested a Sherman High School student Wednesday for having what is suspected to be child pornography on his cell phone.
KINGSTON, Okla. — The Oklahoma Highway Patrol Dive Team spent Wednesday afternoon and early evening trying to recover a plane that crashed Wednesday morning into the Marshall County area of Lake Texoma.
For more than 20 years, Visions magazine has served as a marketing tool for the Denison Area Chamber of Commerce and the city alike. With the start of January, the Chamber has begun work on the 2015-2016 edition of the annual publication.
Grayson College’s Foundation will kick off its 2015 “Supporting the Dream” campaign with a piano recital at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Crucce Stark auditorium at GC’s Denison campus.