Texoma Community Center serves people in Grayson, Fannin, and Cooke counties who have mental challenges. The mission of the Center is to provide services that improve quality of life and support self-determination for persons with mental, intellectual and developmental challenges. Services have been provided since 1974.
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Denison Area Chamber of Commerce’s Christmas Parade, “Picture Perfect Christmas,” brought picturesque floats adorned with festive lights to downtown Denison on Thursday night.
A man rides a bike on Tuesday down Loy Lake road in Sherman.
If you found yourself at the Sherman Public Library Thursday morning and noticed three befuddled siblings who looked especially confused to be there, worry not. It was all part of Dyrral Boone’s surprise Christmas.
POTTSBORO — In Pottsboro, residents came together to welcome home an army veteran into his new home, provided in part by North Texas non-profits and charities.
Grayson County District Attorney Joe Brown recently released a list of cases cleared from the 397th stat District Court docket. The following were on the list.
Sarah Somers, director of Grayson County’s Office of Emergency Management, spent much of Thursday’s meeting with the leaders of area cities and towns clarifying and discussing the county’s disaster declaration.
BELLS — Residents of Bells no longer need to boil tap water before consumption, the city said in a statement Thursday.
TOM BEAN — A few Tom Bean ISD buildings have sustained minor damage from the winter storm.
Grayson College is beginning to return to a normal schedule Thursday. The campus opened at 9 a.m. with final exams beginning at 10 a.m. The Grayson College Career Technology Center will be closed until 4 p.m. Thursday. Cosmetology will be closed all day and will Friday. Students are asked not to attempt to enter the Career Tech building until 4 p.m. Students who have classes in that building should monitor their email and Blackboard Portal for important messages from their professors.