The process of looking for a new superintendent has begun.
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The Sherman Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet at 5 p.m. Monday to discuss candidates for interim superintendent. The discussion about candidates will take place in closed session.
A workshop prior to the regular board meeting Tuesday morning allowed the Grayson College President Jeremy McMillen and Board of Trustees to discuss new administration positions and the 2015-16 draft budget.
Sherman city leaders will come together on Thursday and hash-out the details of the city’s finances for the 2016-2017 budget year. The meeting will be held at City Hall, and will kick-off at 8:30 a.m. If need be, the city has set aside Friday for negotiations, as well.
Grayson County commissioners will talk health department permits Tuesday for farmers markets and trade days. Grayson County Health Department Director Amanda Ortez told commissioners people associated with those types of events have asked for special food handler’s permits. She is asking the court to approve those.
POTTSBORO – The 2014-2015 school year marked the first time in years the Pottsboro Independent School District was able to provide their faculty a raise. Now for the second year running, they’ve done it again.
Grayson County commissioners Tuesday agreed to put Grayson County Judge Bill Magers and Commissioner Bart Lawrence on the committee looking to replace Mike Shahan as director at North Texas Regional Airport —Perrin Field.
Sherman Independent School District Superintendent Al Hambrick told the Board Monday night that it’s time.
For the past year, ensuring a quality housing stock has been an ongoing priority and focus of the city of Denison. With the growth of jobs in manufacturing and health care and other development in the city expected to continue in the coming years, the city faces a need for housing of all types, and income levels.
In August of last year, the Denison City Council launched a new phase of its affordable housing program focused on infill development within existing neighborhoods. Within the first two years of the program, the Council hoped to see the development of 10 lots into new affordable homes.