DURANT, Okla. — While Bryan County Jail escapee Raymond Stewart remains missing, law enforcement officials have arrested two women for letting Stewart stay at their house over the weekend.
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Sex education and campus improvement plans were the two major issues before the Sherman Independent School District Board of Trustees Monday night.
After an announcement of an agreement in June, the city of Denison approved a tax abatement with Ruiz Foods for its expansion earlier this year during a City Council meeting on Monday. In order to approve the abatement agreement, the City also signed off on the creation of a reinvestment zone for the area surrounding the Ruiz facility.
Grayson County commissioners will meet briefly Tuesday morning to discuss Internet cables and potholes.
DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University has scheduled “SE Live Open House and Native American Visitation Day’’ for Nov. 12, on the Durant campus.
Grayson County property owners can expect to find their 2014 tax statements in the mail soon. Nearly 120,000 individual statements will be mailed out from the printer next week.
As local health officials brace for the onset of an upcoming flu season made more difficult by the specter of the Ebola virus, Texoma Medical Center received a shot in the arm Monday afternoon. Grayson College President Jeremy McMillen announced that his institution has received a grant of $475,608 from Texas Workforce Solutions to provide training to current and future TMC employees. The announcement was made Monday at the College’s Center for Workplace Learning.
In anticipation of expected growth in the city, the Greater Texoma Utility Authority has approved a request for an application for up to $2.87 million in low-interest bonds for a project that will allow Van Alstyne to tap into the Collin-Grayson Municipal Alliance pipeline. In August, the GTUA approved the issuance of bonds for $485,000 toward the planning, acquisition and design of the project.
WHITESBORO — As the saying goes, “sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don’t.” Thousands of people felt like going to Whitesboro’s Peanut Festival Saturday, which proved to be successful as ever in its 49th year.