POTTSBORO — After over a year of discussions and planning, progress will be seen in Pottsboro’s sidewalk improvement project. Pottsboro City Manager Kevin Farley addressed the City Council to provide an update on the project during its meeting Monday night. City staff had held a preconstruction conference last week in regards to the sidewalk to get the construction company ready to begin work on the project by Monday, Oct. 12, Farley said.
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The section of U.S. Highway 82 between Junction Road and Bethany Road will be renamed “Deputy Chad Key Memorial Highway” thanks to a resolution approved Tuesday by the Grayson County Commissioners.
Sherman will financially participate in utility relocation to be done by the Texas Department of Transportation in order to construct main lanes of U.S. Highway 82 between Frisco Road and FM 1417 East.
Business owners and residents of Denison’s Main Street came out both for and against the relocation of musical art in downtown during Monday night’s City Council meeting. In April, the council approved the placement of the instruments near mid-block crossings on Main Street, however recent concerns by stakeholders prompted the council to rethink the decision.
Sherman may soon be expanding by approximately 200 acres thanks to an annexation schedule approved by the City Council on Monday.
To enhance public awareness and understanding of the issues and candidates’ positions, the Concerned Citizens of Grayson County and the Grayson County Republican Party, are hosting a Candidate Forum from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 20 at Van Alstyne Middle School located at 1314 N. Waco St. Parking and entrance to the building (Van Alstyne Middle School) will be available in the rear.
If history is any guide, Texans will overwhelmingly approve a state constitutional amendment on Nov. 3 aimed at providing them some relief from rising property taxes.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah says he’s running for speaker of the House, challenging fellow Republican Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California, whose lock on the job appears vulnerable because of his own words a few days ago.
The Herald Democrat asked the three men running for the Republican nomination for Grayson County: What steps would you take to enhance the relationship between the GCSO and the community it serves? How would you pay for any costs associated with that plan? The candidates responded via email. Below are their answers.
WASHINGTON – With just hours to spare before federal funding expired, Congress approved a stopgap measure last week to keep agencies open for another 10 weeks as they negotiate a budget for the fiscal year that began Oct. 1.