For the past two months, volunteers and staff with the Salvation Army of Grayson County have been making lists and checking them twice in preparation for the annual Angel Tree charity drive, aimed at gathering toys and clothing for the needy children in Grayson county.
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A Grayson County grand jury Wednesday indicted a couple in the death of a child.
Sherman’s old, leaky Municipal Building is still old, but it’s leaky no more. Construction crews with Fort Worth-based Mid-Continental Restoration Co. worked this week to put the finishing touches on a multi-month project to seal the 90-year-old structure from the elements.
SAVOY — One man died and three more were injured in a wreck Wednesday morning on U.S. Highway 82.
GUNTER — A concrete plant may be coming to Grayson County soon, but the plans are being met with opposition by a group of concerned Gunter residents.
Sherman Police closed U.S. Highway 75 northbound for nearly two hours on Wednesday morning due to a semi-truck crash.
In keeping with its goal of encouraging and fostering innovation in the classroom, the Denison Education Foundation awarded more than $21,000 in grants to Denison Independent School District teachers during a meeting of the Denison School Board on Tuesday night. With the addition of Tuesday’s grants, the DEF has given more than $1 million in grants and scholarships to area teachers and students in its 14 years of serving the DISD.
With Congress finishing up for the holidays, the fate of a bill aimed at protecting recreational interests on Lake Texoma is uncertain.
A dispute between an area developer and a Sherman dermatology clinic came to a head Tuesday during a meeting of the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission. The developer, Brad Andrus, received the Commission’s OK to proceed with the construction of an express carwash at 3603 Loy Lake Road, despite the opposition of doctors at the neighboring Texoma Dermatology Clinic.
A pair of Sherman teenagers were behind bars Tuesday after a police raid turned-up numerous stolen guns, as well as electronics and prescription drugs. Sherman Police Department detectives said an 18- and 17-year-old were taken into custody late last week, accused of committing at least seven burglaries and possibly several more.