As the dry out from damaging spring and early summer storms continues, officials with Grayson County, the state of Texas and federal government are coordinating efforts to bring some relief and aid to those in need.
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POTTSBORO — The Pottsboro City Council dealt with discussion Monday from residents of the Texoma Ranch Estates concerning the neighborhood’s drainage problems. The area has had a history of drainage issues, Farley explained, and the city had been meaning to find a solution as soon as they had money available to do so.
POTTSBORO — It might be time to start taking the “No Smoking” signs in Pottsboro’s parks a bit more seriously.
Town Center and Sherman Commons patrons might want to rethink their routes next week. Starting Monday, the Texas Department of Transportation will perform full-depth concrete repairs at the southeast and northeast frontage road intersections of U.S. Highway 75 and U.S. Highway 82.
The Grayson County Commissioners Court heard from Sherman Mayor Cary Wacker Tuesday morning about the expansion of the Panda Energy plant and a proposed tax abatement. Commissioners also heard about developments to Carpenter’s Bluff Bridge, and other agenda items.
The Sherman Police Department used their Special Response Team Tuesday morning when executing a warrant they believed to be high-risk.
The Grayson County Clerk’s office issued its first license to a same-sex couple early Tuesday morning, following the landmark Supreme Court ruling on June 26 that legalized such unions. County Clerk Wilma Bush said the delay in issuing licenses occurred due to limitations with the licensing software.
BONHAM — A Bonham woman died in a wreck Monday afternoon near Bailey.
The big sign on the empty lot says “Sherman Crossroads,” but a person might as well add an apostrophe “S” to the name of the city and make the phrase figurative.
Water levels at Lake Texoma continued to drop on Monday, marking two weeks of steady decline after heavy flooding in May and June.