BONHAM — Fannin County’s current endeavor to regain ownership of Lake Fannin has hit a few snags, Judge Spanky Carter said Monday.
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As the Denison Independent School District looks for ways to improve student performance and better serve its students, the District released its Campus Site-Based Improvement Plans for its nine campuses. The annual plans highlights the performance of each campus and outline ways the school can improve on its weaknesses and utilize its strengths.
A car overturned, but no one was seriously injured Monday in a three-vehicle wreck at the intersection of Loy Lake Road and Pecan Grove Drive in Sherman.
The weather was a bit sour at Little Mineral Marina Saturday morning, but the bass didn’t seem to notice. And if the smiling soldiers were any indication, scattered showers were a small price to pay for a weekend on the right end of a fishing pole.
As if a brand new high school in Denison weren’t its own reward, Saturday saw a tangential benefit of the new construction back on Mirick Street. Across the road from the Scott Middle School — formerly, DHS — the Denison Ex-Students Museum held its grand opening Saturday.
BONHAM — A historical statue of the city of Bonham’s namesake, who was a major in the Texas Revolution, James Butler Bonham, was re-dedicated Friday in a ceremony in front of the Fannin County Courthouse.
Dozens streamed in and out of the Sherman Holiday Bizarre Saturday afternoon to shop local vendors. The yearly event at the city’s Municipal Ballroom allows citizens a chance to keep their holiday spending close to home.
When last December’s ice storms collapsed the roof and business prospects for the area’s lone bowling alley, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Grayson County was an invisible victim. Without its annual bowling fundraiser, the program had no obvious method of soliciting money for its operations.
Eighteen of the area’s future law enforcement officials put their skills to the test Friday in Grayson College’s 14th annual high school criminal justice competition.
Students from across Texoma tested their technical and engineering skills last weekend as they competed in the Boosting Engineering Science and Technology regional robotics competition. The annual contest pitted 60 teams from across Texas and New Mexico in contests involving robotic engineering, design, control and construction.