The Denison City Council will discuss the issuance of $7 million in bonds at a 6 p.m. meeting Monday at Denison City Hall, 500 W. Chestnut. The bonds will be used to finance sewer and water system capital projects including improvements to the Randell Dam and Spillway, waterline improvements and automated meter reading.
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The Sherman-Denison Metropolitan Planning Organization Policy Board will review proposed draft amendments to the Metropolitan Transportation Plan and Transportation Improvement Program at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Grayson County Courthouse.
POTTSBORO — The Pottsboro City Council will meet for a regularly scheduled session at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the Council Chambers, at 528 Highway 120.
From Ronald Reagan to Gerald Ford, CNN’s Tom Foreman takes a look at those who made it from the football field to the political pulpit.
WASHINGTON — The Senate last week approved legislation to permit construction of the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline after a month of largely partisan debate over climate change and energy independence.
WASHINGTON — Setting up a showdown with the new Republican-controlled Congress, the Obama administration said Thursday that the president’s proposed 2016 federal budget would include a $74 billion increase in discretionary spending that blew past the caps in place under current budget law.
WASHINGTON — The nation’s Homeland Security chief pushed back Thursday against Republican threats to cut off funding for the department to protest President Barack Obama’s immigration policies.
WASHINGTON — After three weeks and nearly 50 amendment votes, the Senate on Thursday approved legislation to expedite construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.
WASHINGTON — As Congress undertakes its most serious effort to rewrite the No Child Left Behind education law, backlash against standardized testing has prompted vigorous debate about whether the federal government should continue requiring annual exams.
Five Republican lawmakers on Wednesday championed “significant” cuts to the state franchise tax, commonly called the margins tax, but they admitted it could be politically difficult.