One of Grayson County’s former contract prosecutors recently announced she plans to run for the top spot at the District Attorney’s Office in 2016. Bobbie Peterson Cate said she was able to make a significant difference in people’s lives while prosecuting part time and now it is time to do it full time. Coming from a family of law enforcement — her father retired from the Dallas Police Department after 27 years, and her great-grandfather was a judge in Oklahoma — Cate said becoming District Attorney is a life-long ambition.
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BONHAM — Those with questions, comments or concerns about the Lower Bois d’Arc Creek Reservoir will have a chance to make their voices heard Tuesday at a public meeting hosted by the Tulsa District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
POTTSBORO — The Pottsboro City Council special meeting originally scheduled for March 16 has been rescheduled for Monday.
Throughout Grayson County, voters will go to the polls on May 9 to elect candidates to local school boards. The following is an update on the races occurring throughout the County:
The Sherman Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet at 5 p.m. Monday for a regular meeting.
POTTSBORO — The Pottsboro Independent School District Board will meet at 5:45 p.m. Monday for a regular meeting.
SADLER — The S&S Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday for a special meeting. A regular meeting will follow at 6:30 p.m.
The Denison City Council and members of city staff gathered Friday to meet with U.S. Rep. John Ratcliffe as he paid a visit to Denison City Hall. The Council and staff took the opportunity to discuss what issues matter to the city of Denison with its newly elected representative in Washington.
Rookie Rep. John Ratcliffe spent more than an hour Friday chatting with Sherman leaders at the monthly meeting of the Grayson County Republican Women, his latest of several visit to the area since winning election to Congress last November. Ratcliffe focused heavily on his commitment to constituent services during his remarks.
Tom Watt retired from law enforcement after working his way through the Sherman Police Department from beat cop to police chief.