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Sherman maps way toward downtown success

While the business success stories in downtown Sherman over the last two years have been numerous and hard-fought , they have, to a large degree, been vessels unto themselves. Each has been buoyed by the same rising tide of renewal, yet for visitors, they may often have seemed like ships passing in the night, with little connection among them.

GC opens new coffee bar in life center

Students, faculty and members of the community gathered at Grayson College Monday to help the celebrate the build out of the Student Life Center. Officials with GC held a ribbon cutting to kick off the opening of GC Perks, the first coffee bar located on campus.

Howe ISD to discuss election, district goals

HOWE — The Howe Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday to discuss the revision of the joint election agreement with the city of Dorchester. There will also be a budget workshop during the meeting to discuss district and board goals for the 2015-16 school year.

Denison City Manager resigning for new position

After four years of service to the community, Denison City Manager Robert Hanna, who oversaw the city during a time of change both internally and externally, announced he will be stepping down from leadership in Denison in May. Hanna announced Sunday that he has accepted the position of city manager for the city of Abilene, starting on May 18.

Volunteers participate in first ‘Sherman Trash-Off’

When Sherman Mayor Cary Wacker took office, one of her initiatives was to revive the Keep Sherman Beautiful Committee and organize efforts to clean up the city. In line with that goal, Sherman hosted its first Trash-Off on Saturday in conjunction with the state’s “Don’t Mess with Texas” event.