For all the pubescent putters across Texoma — for all the developing drivers and blossoming bunker beaters — the summer’s junior golfing circuit will be a little more structured this season than in years past.
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Grayson College, its History Department and the GC History Club present “And the War Came: Sesquicentennial of the End of the American Civil War” on April 9. Two events along with a library exhibit will mark the 150th anniversary of the war’s conclusion.
HOWE — After 10 years of serving the Howe Independent School District, Assistant Superintendent Ritchie Bowling has accepted the nomination as superintendent for the Maypearl Independent School District.
With the development and increasing reach of the Internet and related social technology over the last two decades, the world can seem a little smaller than it had just 50 years ago. In today’s world, where anywhere, and anyone can be reached with the push of a button, society itself has is experiencing something of a revolution.
When local entrepreneur Sean Vanderveer opened the film submission window for Sherman’s second annual Interurban Film Festival — to be held May 28 to 31, once again at Kidd-Key Auditorium — it took less than 30 minutes for the first movie to hit his inbox.
They want children to feel safe – especially during holidays.
Grayson County commissioners Tuesday took some time to praise a 32-year-member of the County family as Scott Whitney retired. Whitney has spent most of the recent years of his service to the County has the bailiff of the 59th state District Court.
BELLS — Grayson County Speedway’s new ower, Frank Rose, said he started his career in racing at the very track he now owns. When he had the opportunity in December to buy the track from its previous owners, he seized it.
Grayson County’s longest serving death row inmate has a new execution date. Grayson County District Attorney Joe Brown said Lester Bower’s seventh execution date has been set for June 3, 2015.
The Texas Department of Transportation on Monday revealed the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel on its Loy Lake Road bridge project in Sherman — unfortunately, the light is flashing red and it says “You can’t get there from here.”