A group of 17 elementary students had to pull up their sleeves and grab a pair of latex gloves as they dove into experiments in “Mad Science,” one of Grayson College’s Youth Summer of Discovery camp programs.
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Throughout Texas, the coming of August signals the hottest days of the summer, and most people will be seeking relief from the summer heat. But it is the heat that is offering some help for businesses along Lake Texoma recover from heavy spring rains.
For local farmers and ranchers, beef production is expected to increase in 2015 and 2016. The projections came during a Texas Farm Bureau meeting Thursday in Denison, where guest speaker Dan Childs gave a pricing forecast for local agriculture commodities.
Folks who sustained damage in the spring floods only have a few weeks left in which to register for help from the Federal Emergency Management Administration.
DURANT, Okla. – Larry Acker will bring 20 years of experience to the newly-created position of director of university marketing at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. He begins his new duties on Aug. 3 after spending the past nine years as assistant director of public relations at Lamar University in Beaumont.
The Grayson County District Attorney’s Office released a list of people indicted this week on charges that ranged from bail jumping to aggravated assault. The indictments are formal charges and are not an indication of guilt.
Once a month, Medicine Shoppe Owner Jana Bennett is alerted that one of her patients is due for a refill. But this is something different; this refill will take care of every different medication the patient takes.
BONHAM — One of Fannin County’s proposed water projects, the Lower Bois d’Arc Creek Reservoir, has moved a step closer to reality. The North Texas Municipal Water District announced Wednesday morning that it has received a water rights permit from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for the project, completing one of the final steps of the permitting process. That process must be completed before construction on the lake can begin.
Several local law enforcement officers traveled to Denison this week to participate in active shooter training.
A woman and her children were displaced Wednesday morning when an electrical fire broke out at her Sherman home.