Coyotes better enjoy their treks across the runways at North Texas Regional Airport — Perrin Field while they can. A grant County commissioners approved Tuesday will purchase new fencing aimed at keeping the curious critters out of the area.
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The Church of Scotland voted earlier this month to appoint people who are in same-sex civil partnerships as deacons and ministers.
The Texas Senate voted 26-5 Tuesday to authorize $3 billion in bonds for construction and renovation projects at 64 campuses of public universities, health-related schools and technical colleges.
Sherman city leaders have a bit of a happy problem on their hands — but a conundrum nonetheless. A consortium of area physicians, working in partnership with the Baylor Health Care System, is working to build a small, state-of-the-art hospital in south Sherman, with 75 to 100 patient beds, many of which would overlook Stone Creek Golf Course.
The Denison Independent School District Board had a new meeting place Tuesday evening: Smith Auditorium at Denison High School. The meeting was held at DHS to provide space for the several students who received awards and recognitions for the 2015-16 school year.
For community colleges in Texas, any economic news seems to be bad news.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. House voted to keep federal money flowing for highways and mass-transit programs for two more months, through the end of July.
WASHINGTON — The Senate will vote this week on a bill passed by the House prohibiting the National Security Agency from collecting bulk records, yet renewing U.S. spy programs set to expire in two weeks, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said.
The federal government will boost research and preserve 7 million acres of habitat for bees, monarch butterflies and other insects as part of a wide-ranging strategy to bolster the population of pollinators that are vital to the nation’s food crops.
The Denison Independent School District has always been a part of Frances Cameron’s life but a time has come for her to make the difficult decision to step away from a place that she has served since 1959. The Denison ISD Board of Trustees officially accepted the letter of resignation from Cameron after serving 18 years Tuesday evening.