TOM BEAN — The Tom Bean Police Department is investigating an armed robbery from Sunday night. The suspect remains at large.
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A front that moved through the area Monday afternoon brought clouds and rain along with cooler temperatures.
Love of learning doesn’t diminish with age. One Day College, offered by Grayson College’s Center for Workplace Learning, is designed for Texoma seniors age 60+ who want to experience college all over again – minus the homework and exams.
With hopes of protecting the future vitality of the North Texas Regional Airport — Perrin Field, the Joint Airport Zoning Board held a public hearing on Monday to present and gather feedback on a proposed airport zoning ordinance. The Board has worked on the document, which will set guidelines for future development surrounding the airport, for the past nine months.
This may not be breaking news, but kids love bubbles. Like, love bubbles. And if ever there was any doubt as to that fact, it was put to rest pretty quickly during the city of Sherman’s final Monday Madness event of the summer.
As Grayson residents enter into what are historically the hottest days of summer, milder temperatures have given a reprieve to the summer heat. When combined with with recent rainfall, the mild summer has given relief also to Lake Texoma, which had experienced lower water levels throughout the first half of 2014.
BONHAM — With the start of school less than one month away, families all over Fannin County are gearing up for getting back to school. Most classes are set to start on Aug 25. For the staff and volunteers at the Fannin County Children’s Center, it means it is time for their 18th annual School Supply Drive.
The Denison Independent School District Board of Trustees will discuss the first draft of the district’s 2014-2015 general operating budget and handle routine business at a meeting at 6:30 Tuesday evening.
It is a fact of summer that, when classes dismiss and the school year ends, children spend their months of freedom slowly forgetting what they have learned. Most kids, given the choice, would rather play video games or go to a pool party than stay home and practice their multiplication tables, and that shows when they go back to school in the fall having lost some of the progress they made last year.
Sammy Bryant, a Department of Public Safety Trooper and a Sherman native, has been patrolling the highways of North Texas for 24 years. He spoke with the Herald Democrat about the nature of his job, as well as his most interesting moments.