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Sherman Council to hold meeting

The Sherman City Council on Monday will meet at 5 p.m. at Sherman City Hall. Councilors will hold a public hearing on the proposed annexation of 7 acres on the west side of the city. Additionally, Council members will consider a resolution for sewer improvements, as well as a change order delaying paint and repairs for the city’s Gallagher water storage tank.

Three local projects make Prop. 1 cut

Just four months after voters approved Proposition 1, which transferred $1.74 billion from the state’s rainy day fund to the Texas Department of Transportation for road projects, the organization has released the list of where all that money will be spent. Of the 201 projects that made this list, three are local.

The show must go on: Livestock show starts Monday

Rain, sleet nor snow stops the U.S. mail, nor will it stop a decades-old tradition when the annual Texoma Exposition & Livestock Show begins Monday. The five-day event, held at Loy Lake Park in Denison, showcases hundreds of the area’s 4-H, FFA and FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) students and their projects.

Contests and Promotions

The Wedding Expo
The Wedding Expo
Herald Democrat Wedding Expo 2015

Meals on Wheels makes deliveries, despite winter storms

Despite frigid weathers and early snowfall on Friday morning, volunteers with the Meals on Wheels of Texoma ensured that many senior citizens throughout the region would have prepared meals over the weekend. Because of poor road conditions from the weather, Meals on Wheels ceased service at noon Friday after making deliveries, with plans of reopening on Monday.

Former Gunter mayor fights Council’s decision to remove him from office

GUNTER — Earlier this month, the city of Gunter had an unusual item placed on a special meeting agenda: “Consider, discuss and take any action, if any, regarding collection of debt owed to the city by Mayor Don Anderson for the deductible requirements … and consequences, if any, of non-payment, including whether Mayor remains qualified to continue holding office.”