UPDATE, 6:57 p.m. Aug. 1: The boil order has been rescinded.
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The Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge will continue to hold Youth First programs for the rest of the year. Upcoming themes include fish, bats and birds. The programs are free, but parents must reserve a space for their child ahead of time by emailing email@example.com .
HOWE — The event may have been called Back to School Blues, but everyone in sight seemed to have a smile on their face Saturday evening in downtown Howe. Civic groups hosted the block party in an effort to draw together neighbors and bring traffic to local businesses.
BELLS — A Bells family is homeless after a structure fire broke out Thursday evening.
Sherman Police have arrested the owner of a local funeral service for two counts of abuse of a corpse.
BELLS — A wastewater lift station placed by mistake on a Bells’ citizen’s property is slated to be removed. The Bells City Council will discuss the lift station placed on Gary Smith’s property and the best way to continue removing it while working around his sewer lines at their next meeting on Monday.
Stephen Landon Mack, 27, is suspected of robbing three Texoma-area banks in less than one week. The arrest warrant affidavits reveal more information about what police say happened.
LaQueena Winters, 37, of Denison, was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and public intoxication after an altercation that resulted in the stabbing of a Denison man Friday evening.
The Sherman City Council will introduce and hold their first public hearing Monday on extending the hours of sale of alcoholic beverages. The meeting is at 5 p.m. at City Hall.
POTTSBORO — The small, wide eyes of children stared in fear and wonder as Daryl Sprout held an Amazon tree boa on a metal snake hook. He told the children putting the snake on the hook at a safe distance was the best way to hold it.