Sherman residents and businesses can show their support for local police and first responders with a new sign being offered for purchase thanks to a group of community members.
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The characteristic red bricks roads that cross Denison’s downtown district have been a constant feature on the city’s streetscape for the past century. However, that part of Denison’s look will soon be a thing of the past.
A Sherman woman told law enforcement she felt sexually assaulted after a toy made to look like a urinating little boy sprayed water on her at a hibachi restaurant.
More than three years have passed since an armed gunman invaded Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, and fatally shot 20 school-age children and six adults. In that time, school districts across the nation have made strides in security systems to prevent any other school tragedies. In Grayson County and Fannin County, four school districts have taken an extra step by allowing teachers to carry firearms to protect their children.
For Sgt. Nikki McDonald of the Grayson County Sheriff’s Office, prayers for law enforcement are always needed, so when Western Heights Church of Christ in Sherman reached out to local law enforcement, more than 50 showed up to the appreciation luncheon in their honor Thursday.
Grayson County commissioners found out this week that health care for county employees isn’t likely to take a larger than normal bite out of the fiscal year 2017 budget. In fact, the county will save money this year.
Grayson County commissioners filed their annual road and bridge reports this week. The reports discuss work that has been done in the past year and work that is planned for the coming fiscal year.
Looking to reach a group of potential church goers who may not want to wear a suit and tie, churches that celebrate western culture are growing. Cowboy churches, have had a presence in Grayson County for about 16 years, and these local churches are seeking potential church goers that may not feel welcome elsewhere.
A tire blew out on a semitrailer carrying multiple vehicles and caused two cars to fall into oncoming traffic Thursday in Howe.
Sherman’s Street Maintenance Department maintained 199 miles of asphalt streets last year, spending 2,553 hours repairing asphalt at a cost of $237,108. But that cost could have been significantly higher had the department not gone green a couple years ago.