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.
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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.
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.
At the beginning of the Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday evening, the Denison Independent School District announced that Assistant Superintendent George Hatfield will be retiring at the end of August. The District also announced Terrell Elementary School Principal David Kirkbride as Hatfield’s replacement.
Since the unusually active spring weather that prompted Grayson County officials to declare a state of disaster last week really hasn’t let up much, County officials Tuesday extended that designation until June 2.
The Sherman Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday approved a request by Tyson Foods to greatly expand the company’s loading dock in order to accommodate increased truck traffic. Tyson representatives provided materials to the Commission showing the truck loading area will be more than doubled in size in order to service the 1,000-odd trucks that use the dock each week.
The Sherman Independent School District welcomed Juston Dobbs (Place 1) and Brad Morgan (Place 2) on Monday as new members of the Board of Trustees. The first order of business was to appoint Board officers for the 2015-16 school year.
In an effort to clean up the city, Denison leaders have taken strides in recent years to remove the blight from aging neighborhoods in the community. When the city started its program of demolishing unsafe, blighted buildings several years ago, the city was averaging 30 demolitions per year with more than 300 buildings under consideration.
The number above the door says only “27,” but the actual address is 127 N. Walnut St. It sits at a bizarre, 70-degree angle to the street. Its cramped, 352-square-foot interior is a decoupage reflecting 125 years of evolving choices in interior design.
SADLER — The S&S Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet 6:30 p.m. Monday for a regular meeting. The Board will administer the oath of office then nominate and elect a president, vice president and secretary.