KINGSTON, Okla. — The Oklahoma Highway Patrol Dive Team spent Wednesday afternoon and early evening trying to recover a plane that crashed Wednesday morning into the Marshall County area of Lake Texoma.
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For more than 20 years, Visions magazine has served as a marketing tool for the Denison Area Chamber of Commerce and the city alike. With the start of January, the Chamber has begun work on the 2015-2016 edition of the annual publication.
Grayson College’s Foundation will kick off its 2015 “Supporting the Dream” campaign with a piano recital at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Crucce Stark auditorium at GC’s Denison campus.
A Pottsboro man was sentenced to 20 years in prison Tuesday for dealing methamphetamine.
The Pottsboro Independent School District Board of Trustees met Monday night to discuss the possibilities for a new bus barn for the District among other things. Though Board did not make a decision about the bus barn possibilities, Tuesday, it did approve a contract extension for the District’s Superindent.
A Collin County man was arrested Monday evening after he led law enforcement on a chase through two counties.
Grayson County commissioners Tuesday wasted little time getting behind a plan to give Pottsboro Independent School District some land that once housed a County Precinct barn.
Every year the Bellwether Awards recognize innovative and unique college programs that lead community education towards the future. This culminates in an exclusive event to recognize the best colleges in instructional programs and services; workforce development; and planning, governance and finance.
Construction crews worked to place the walls of Emerson Process Management’s Sherman plant expansion Tuesday afternoon. The manufacturing company in south Sherman is hiring 22 new employees as part of an $8 million upgrade to its Fisher Controls production line, which creates industrial-strength valves for the energy sector and other producers.
The Denison Zoning Board of Adjustments approved two requests for variances to the city’s sign ordinance during a meeting Tuesday.