PLANO — Attorneys, judges and elected officials from throughout the Eastern District of Texas held a planning conference on Tuesday to discuss the need for more district judges, particularly in the Sherman Division. This division is made up of eight counties, including Grayson, Collin, Cooke, Denton and Fannin Counties.
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The hottest days of summer, according to meteorologists, are upon us. There are precautions that Texomans should take to ensure that they and their pets stay healthy in the heat.
BONHAM — Bonham teen Nicholas Capehart, who had been missing since Sunday, was found Tuesday morning by Highway Patrol troopers in his car at the scene of a wreck that authorities think happened Sunday.
POTTSBORO — Last month, several residents of the Texoma Ranch Estates subdivision in Pottsboro had a complaint: their neighborhood was flooding.
Although the super hot sun seems to have taken up permanent residency in the North Texas sky, it hasn’t been that long ago that many were praying to see some golden rays. Many locals are still recovering from the days of rain that plagued the area in early spring.
The city of Denison is projecting an increase in revenue for 2016, and expenses for the remainder of 2015 after an update on the 2016 budget on Monday. The increases come due to higher than expected property values and financing for storm recovery efforts for city roads and other repairs.
The Sherman City Council tabled an idea Monday to extend the hours that some businesses could sell alcoholic beverages. The council also continued the city’s prosperous connection with Panda Power through tax abatements and rebates for the company’s newest project. Finally, the council passed an ordinance against engine braking in the city limits.
POTTSBORO — Quickly and quietly, smoking in Pottsboro city parks became illegal Monday night after the City Council unanimously vote to eliminate tobacco in all three of the city’s parks.
Before you know it, the last day of summer will stand before us. School districts have been preparing for another school year, and they want you to be prepared as well. Below are few notices school districts in Grayson County wanted to share:
Grayson County officials have set bond for the Sherman man accused of mishandling corpses at a funeral home he owned and operated. The bodies that were seized from Serenity Funeral Home remain at another local funeral home for the time being.