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TNT Thanksgiving

T.J. Rucker IV, LaMontraie Smith, Tanise Fuggett and Stacy Means prepare Thanksgiving meals as part of the TNT Youth Organizations Thanksgiving meal program in which volunteers give free meals to the community.

Mi TACO opens its doors in Denison

As a part of renovations to one of its stores in Denison, Lone Star Food Stores announced the opening of Mi TACO — a restaurant specializing in street tacos. The restaurant is located within the the Lone Star store located at the corner of U.S. Highway 75 and FM 120.

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Vehicle damaged after shots fired at Sherman apartments

An argument late Tuesday night resulted in the shooting at a vehicle at an apartment complex. Sherman Police Lt. Bruce Dawsey said police responded around 10 p.m. to reports of a firearm being discharged at the Parkview Apartments on Taylor Street. On arrival, police discovered a vehicle had two bullet holes in it. Dawsey said he did not know what kind of vehicle was damaged, but police believe it was the result of an argument between two parties.

Tempers flare as TAPS works to move forward

In a contentious meeting Tuesday, the TAPS Public Transit board of directors received an update on the agency following drastic service cuts and significant layoffs last week. TAPS Interim CEO Tim Patton updated the board on an agreement with the IRS for payment of back payroll taxes and an audit by the Texas Department of Transportation.

Need for Speed: Faster Internet gunning for Texoma

Blazing fast home Internet service is headed straight for Sherman and Denison. Earlier this month, both cities and Cable ONE announced that Sherman and Denison will be able to lay claim to the title “Gig city” with the 2016 launch of GigaONE, Cable ONE’s new gigabit service.

Jefferson Elementary hopes to transform purpose of library

Randi Evans, like many librarians across the U.S., has been trying to create a space in her library where students can gather to make and create projects, commonly known as a makerspace area. Jefferson Elementary School, where Evans works, is the first campus in the Sherman Independent School District trying to transform the purpose of its library into something that fosters such creativity.