The three men seeking the Republican Party nomination for the post of Grayson County Sheriff spent some time addressing members of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People at a forum held Saturday at Austin College.
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The NAACP welcomed all of the candidates seeking the Republican nominations for the Grayson County Sheriff’s Office and the District Attorney’s Office to speak at a forum on Saturday.
Grayson County commissioners approved the submission of a grant on Tuesday to help pay for the county’s domestic violence investigator at the Grayson County District Attorney’s Office.
Roads and economic development were the primary focus of discussion for candidates for Grayson County Commissioner of Precinct 3 during a forum in Whitesboro last week. The event, which featured candidates for Grayson County Sheriff, District Attorney and County Commissioner was hosted and moderated by the Whitesboro News-Record.
The three candidates in the race for the Republican nomination for the office of Grayson County Sheriff in the March 1 primary filed campaign finance reports last week. Former Grayson County Sheriffs Deputy David Russell, former Sherman Police Chief Tom Watt and Howard Day, who is an adjunct professor in Grayson College’s criminal justice program, reported the contributions their campaigns received and their expenses for the month of January in the latest report.
The candidates for two Commissioners Court seats filed campaign finance reports last week as the March 1 Republic Party Primary approaches. Incumbent Jeff Whitmire is being challenged by Scott Renfro for Precinct 1, while Justin McDonnell is challenging incumbent Phyllis James for Precinct 3.
The two Republicans seeking their party’s nomination for the post of Grayson County District Attorney in the March 1 primary filed campaign finance reports last week. Incumbent Joe Brown and his challenger Bobbie Peterson Cate reported what their campaigns have received in donations and spent in the last few weeks.
SADLER — The S&S Consolidated Independent School District board of trustees will hold a regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday to discuss issuing an order of election and property in Southmayd.
Grayson County commissioners will consider a request Tuesday to allow the Grayson County District Attorney’s Office to seek a grant to help pay the salary of its domestic violence investigator Terry Dunn.
There was standing room only in Whitesboro City Hall when candidates for three county races came together for a candidate forum ahead of the March 1 Republican primary.