BONHAM — Richard Glaser, Fannin County district attorney, released a list of people who resolved their cases with his office during the November dockets before Judge Laurine Blake of the 336th District Court of Fannin County. A statement from Glaser said the following individuals either entered guilty pleas and accepted responsibility for their conduct without further court action or their cases went to trial and a Fannin County Jury rendered the verdict and sentence indicated.
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A car overturned, but no one was seriously injured Monday in a three-vehicle wreck at the intersection of Loy Lake Road and Pecan Grove Drive in Sherman.
Denison will hold its Merry & Bright Christmas Parade at 6 p.m. on Dec. 4, in downtown Denison.
They say knowledge is power, but what about knowledge of power? For officials with the Electric Reliability Council of Texas — the organization which runs most of the state’s electricity grid — the hope is that putting information in the palm of consumers’ hands will lead to better power outcomes for the state.
Grayson County commissioners Tuesday cleared the way for County employees to work overtime at the Grayson County Holiday Lights display. Located at Loy Park in Denison, the display will open at 5:30 p.m. Friday and will be open each night from 5:30 to 10 p.m. until Jan. 3, weather permitting.
BONHAM — The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services have entered into a Systems Improvement Agreement with Red River Regional Hospital to assist in bringing it into compliance with CMS standards, officials with CMS said on Tuesday. The hospital’s Medicare provider agreement was originally scheduled to expire on Oct. 9, but received two extensions in order to draft the improvement agreement.
As a part of initiatives to increase the skilled workforce in the region, Texas Workforce Solutions and Grayson College are using federal programs to help provide financial support for those seeking additional training and education in locally-needed jobs.
POTTSBORO — Most teens spend their time watching videos instead of making them – much less filming videos that win awards. One Pottsboro teen has done just that however, with a video about the Pottsboro Area Public Library no less.
TOM BEAN — Principal Patrice Counts has spent all 17 years of her tenure at Tom Bean Elementary in an aged facility with a leaky roof and cramped classrooms, wholly unfit for modern technology. She and her superintendents have gone to the voters four times over the years to request an upgrade, only to be rejected time and time again.
Grayson College’s Associate of Applied Sciences Child Development Degree Program recently received national accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children. GC is one of only five institutions in the nation — and the only one in Texas — to garner the achievement this year from NAEYC’s Commission on Early Childhood Associate Degree Accreditation.