Grayson County commissioners Tuesday declared the week of March 1-7 as Severe Weather Awareness Week in the County. The proclamation came as many people in the County began to scrape their way through the ice covering their cars and anything else they left outside during the recent sleet event.
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The Gunter City Council will meet 6 p.m. Thursday after its Monday meeting was postponed due to weather conditions. The meeting will be at the Gunter Community Center, 105 N. 4th St.
While the 2016 election is still more than a year away, the men who want to be Grayson County’s next sheriff have already hit the campaign trail. One of those men is John Hunt.
Grayson County leaders this week added their voices to a growing chorus of Texas civic authorities upset over a statehouse proposal to tighten limits on property taxes.
One sure sign that spring is actually on its way will roll into the Grayson County Commissioners Courtroom Tuesday as County leaders consider a request to declare March 1 through 7 as “Severe Weather Awareness Week.”
U.S. Representative John Ratcliffe shakes hands with Sherman Director of Utilities Mark Gibson during a meet-and-greet at Sherman City Hall Wednesday afternoon. The first-term congressman spent the day touring local businesses including Texas Instruments and Texoma Medical Center.
The Denison Independent School District Board of Trustees voted to approve the joint resolution opposing a charter school application and budget amendments for the 2014-15 school year during Tuesday’s meeting.
There were no big-ticket items on the agenda of the Sherman Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday evening — no Walmarts to protest , no stand-offs over car washes . But for the private property owners who came to the Commission to reconcile their rights with the city’s bylaws, each individual matter was important. Each had a plan for a piece of property for which they’ve paid, and the nine appointed members of the Commission were left to decide whether that plan would be allowed to become a reality.
Grayson County commissioners Tuesday agreed to pay up to $10,000 to allow County residents to take part in Texoma Council of Governments upcoming Hazardous Waste Collection event.
In an attempt to protect the unique and historic qualities of downtown Denison, the City Council unanimously approved a set of design guidelines for historic preservation during a meeting Monday night. These guidelines were brought forward to the Council by the Historic Preservation Commission after several workshops over the past five months.