Denison Police Officer William Deering said one of his main motivations for doing his job is getting drugs off the streets. It’s fitting, then, that he as a K-9 partner, Ivar, to help him in that endeavor.
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POTTSBORO — All the way up Preston Peninsula, less than a mile from Preston Point, sits Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7873, tucked against the shores of Lake Texoma. It’s smokey and dimly lit in the warm, Cheers-y way that a VFW cantina should be, with the requisite celebrations of military history and Americana on every wall. In other words, it resembles your typical VFW hall.
Much to the chagrin of Sherman Town Center restaurant owners , Loy Lake Bridge will remain closed for at least another month, said officials with the Texas Department of Transportation Friday. The structure has been off-limits to traffic for nearly two months.
With just over a month left before writers from across Texoma gather for the first-ever Herald Democrat Writers Conference at Austin College, the program of presenters is set and registrations are starting to pile up.
Texans can now use their smartphones to access information regarding the sex offender database, the Texas 10 most wanted and others using the Texas Department of Public Safety app, which was launched Monday.
Registration is open for Bonham’s fourth-annual Great Days of Service, which will be Oct. 18. Community volunteers will complete service projects around the town.
Small-business owners gathered at the Grayson College Viticulture Center on Tuesday afternoon, meeting for lunch with an important topic of conversation – cybersafety.
Sliding open the 500-pound “Durand’s Tin Clad Fire Door” and entering Sherman’s Roberts, Sanford and Taylor building is a bit like entering the Secret Garden. Despite the fact that the 28,530-square-foot former home of one of the nation’s largest wholesale hardware retailers lies smack-dab in the middle of Sherman’s Central Business District, its high brick walls combine with decades of neglect to make time spent in the building seem like time spent in a different world.
Family and friends of Gage Gordy unload school supplies Friday that were collected in the second annual Gages Pages school supply drive at Terrell Elementary school in Denison.
Friday morning was gray and rainy in Denison, but the weather did little do dampen the school district’s excitement at unveiling the end results of two major construction projects. Hundreds of community members broke out their umbrellas and rain jackets to attend ribbon cuttings at the new Denison High School and the renovated Munson Stadium.