Voters will go to the polls Saturday to pick local representatives on their city councils and school boards. In Bonham, school district voters will decide on a $30 million bond. Voting in Bonham will be at the Fannin County Courthouse.
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Before Tom Watt becomes the sheriff of Grayson County in September, he is serving under Sheriff Keith Gary as the new chief deputy.
Members of more than a dozen local church congregations came together Thursday to celebrate something they have in common: prayer. The gathering was the Denison Ministerial Alliances observance of the 65th National Day of Prayer. It was a moment of self-reflection, worship, fellowship and prayer.
Instead of pews inside of a church building, it was the pews of the East Courtroom where leaders of Grayson County sat with heads bowed as they participated in the National Day of Prayer on Thursday.
James Alexander, the CEO of Southco Enterprises, Inc. of Sherman, appeared in federal court in Dallas this week and entered a guilty plea on behalf of the corporation to a charge of treating, storing or disposing of hazardous waste without a permit, according to a written statement released by U.S. Attorney John Parker of the Northern District of Texas.
GUNTER — Election season finds the city of Gunter with four familiar faces running for the two open seats on its city council. With current Place 5 Councilor Brent Hubert stepping down from his seat, Jeannie Anderson and Jay Brummett are each running for the newly opened seat. Mark Millar is running against Place 3 longtime incumbent Charles Skeen for that position on the council.
After years of doing it, for some prayer becomes a habit, and having a prayer life becomes a way of life. That is how simple prayer is for Andy Faber. He just does it.
TIOGA — The Tioga Independent School District’s election ballot will include voting for two positions on the board of trustees. Tioga ISD has three candidates running for two at-large positions: Rickey Kemp, Rick Staples and Randolph Barta.
HOWE — The Howe Independent School District’s election ballot will include voting for two positions on the board of trustees. Howe ISD has three candidates running for two at-large positions: Greg Akins, Amber Dimayuga and Jeff Denham.
TOM BEAN — The Tom Bean Independent School District’s election ballot will include voting for a two-year unexpired term on the board of trustees. Chris Cook and Beth Hale are the two candidates running for the open seat.