After weeks of downpours, the waters of Lake Texoma reached the tipping point in the wee hours of Sunday morning.
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For the city of Denison, 73 is the magic number. After uncertainty in recent years regarding its general fund balance, the city expects to reach 73 days of reserve at the beginning of the 2016 fiscal year.
It was in 2012 that the city of Denison first took steps toward creating a thriving entertainment destination in its downtown district where residents and visitors can grab a beverage, have a meal and see the sights of Main Street. Now three years later, one of the major components of that dream is opening its doors to the public.
With the generous support of local businesses and families, the Denison Education Foundation held its 15th annual “Scholars Among Us” banquet to honor Denison High School’s top students and their most influential educators Thursday evening at the Hilton Garden Inn.
BONHAM — Virginia Moore of Bonham was named the Court Appointed Special Advocate of the Year by the Fannin County Children’s Center recently. Moore has only been an advocate for 10 months, but she has already taken on two cases and logged in more than 400 hours, even while she works full-time for First National Bank of Trenton.
The old storefront at 1530 W. Morton in Denison has had many names and many uses in its time. Over the years it has served the community as a general store, second-hand shop, army surplus store and antique store. On Saturday, the site took on a new role when a community garden opened at the location, giving locals a communal place to raise plants and vegetables.
DURANT, Okla. — Bryan County Commissioner Ron Boyer, District 1, is warning people to be careful driving on area roads because of the rain.
Lake Texoma is inching ever closer to the spilling point Saturday.
As most of the world progresses towards constant connectivity, Grayson County could be left on the wrong side of the digital divide. Higher-volume cities like Sherman and Denison see more Internet options available to them, and might find cheaper prices and better signal strength. It’s the smaller rural towns however, and the people in them, who could be barred from broadband.
BONHAM — A Fannin County grand jury this week returned 39 indictments against former Leonard City Manager Allecia Ann Booher. The indictments are formal charges and are not an indication of guilt.