Sherman Economic Development Corp’s Board of Directors met briefly Tuesday morning in order to consider extending an ongoing incentive agreement with one of the city’s largest employers.
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The process of looking for a new superintendent has begun.
With the continued goal of bringing quality doctors and practitioners to Texoma, officials with Texoma Medical Center launched the hospital’s new family practice residency program on Monday. The new program will bring four recent osteopathic medical school graduates to receive hands on learn experience alongside TMC staff and doctors over the course of three years.
Gay couples who want to get a marriage license in Grayson County will still have to wait a while, but Grayson County Clerk Wilma Blackshear Bush said she is working on it.
Rains turning to floods, winds turning to tornadoes, and all of it turning into financial headaches for Texoma homeowners. It’s been two months of hardships in North Texas, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency has decided to recognize it as such.
Two pickups collided on southbound U.S. Highway 75 Monday afternoon when a Ford F-150 lost control of a trailer it was pulling and was struck by an F-350 near Sherman Town Center, police said. Two occupants of the F-350 were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The trailer careered down the embankment toward the service road, but did not cause any damage.
In 2014, 4,690 oil and gas wells in Texas were plugged by their operators. However, the state of Texas still spent $14 million plugging 563 abandoned and unplugged wells that year with an average cost of $26,571 per well.
POTTSBORO — Pottsboro residents recently teamed up to help their neighbors in need. The occasion was Great Days of Service, which began Thursday and lasted through Saturday.
The Texas Department of Transportation opened the new portion of Sherman’s Loy Lake Bridge to traffic earlier this week, removing barricades and turning on new traffic signals on Wednesday evening. The large-scale construction project, which has been repeatedly delayed by weather, is entering its 18th month as construction crews finally wind down work on site.
The Sherman Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet at 5 p.m. Monday to discuss candidates for interim superintendent. The discussion about candidates will take place in closed session.