TEXOMA -- The steady rise of college textbook prices is a concern for many Texoma students starting college this week. This Mom's Everyday Money segment, focuses on ways your college student can work around these increased costs.
SHERMAN, TX -- A local college is being recognized for it's capacity to change lives. Austin College is included in the updated edition of an influential book released Tuesday.
SHERMAN, TX -- Whether you've been bullied or regretful for being a bully in the past, the subject has become a hot topic in recent years. For this Mom's Everyday Money segment, we look at how bullying can not only affect us emotionally, but economically as well.
GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- Sherman and Denison students joined others heading back to class Monday but it's not too late to work on ways to make your child's first day a little easier.
Fish Camp, the annual orientation for all incoming Denison High School freshmen, is set for Friday, July 27th from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the DHS Commons. Members of the Class of 2016 will have their student ID photos made and receive important information as well as free t-shirts at the event.
City of Gainesville is spraying for mosquitoes.
SHERMAN, TX-- For over a decade, Beth Weeks, the Sherman ISD Campus Technology Specialist has been incorporating education with technology.
School is out in Van Alstyne, but some teachers were back in the classroom today to learn about their new educational tools.
ARDMORE, OK - Ardmore Young Professionals and The Ardmoreite would like to invite you to attend their Meet the Candidate Forum on Tuesday, February 7th at 6:00 pm at the Ardmore Public Library.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - State Board of Education members have pressed the Texas education commissioner about whether high-stakes standardized testing is warping classroom teaching to ensure students spend more time preparing for the exams then actual learning.
ARDMORE, OK--Folks in Ardmore served up a huge Christmas feast Thursday evening all for free.It was the 7th Annual Ardmore Christmas feast and the event was open to the public.
ARDMORE, OK--Friday from 12-4, Aspire Homecare and Hospice hosted a Senior Health and Wellness Check Expo in Ardmore.
CARTER COUNTY--Several officials from Carter county and surrounding areas gathered Wednesday afternoon at the Cater County Health Department in the hope of better understanding Cody's Law. The law, which is set to go into effect November first makes it a criminal offense for any adult to allow a minor to consume alcohol on their premises.
DENISON, TX - The Denison Independent School District is the latest school district to join a lawsuit against the state of Texas calling for education finance reform. Rick Springer talked with Superintendent Dr. Henry Scott about why he thinks the board made the right decision.
HEALDTON, OK--Carter County District Attorney Craig Ladd says he spoke with an OSBI agent Tuesday. While he couldn't tell us much about the investigation he did say it has to do with allegations of improprieties within the city government and the HIA.
SHERMAN, TEXAS -- Hundreds of people lined the streets of downtown Sherman for the High School Homecoming parade.
DURANT, OK - Thousands of students around Texoma are already back in the classroom, but students in Durant ISD head back on Monday and this year high school students will start class at a brand new state of the art facility.
KINGSTON, OK - Kingston Public Schools returned to class yesterday and there were plenty of changes waiting for them, including a new 75,000 square foot building.
SHERMAN, TX - Summer vacation is over for many children in Texas and Oklahoma. Abby Powell is here to highlight that first day of school for some Texoma students.
MADILL, OK - With the start of school just around the corner, parents and kids are busy picking up those back to school supplies. And for families who can't afford the extra cost of those supplies, there's help.
DENISON, TX-- 30 New Denison teachers were welcomed to the community by the Denison Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday.
SHERMAN, TX - Temperatures have been in the triple-digits for over a month here in Texoma, and the Sherman High School Bearcat Band has been practicing out in the sun for the past two weeks. Victoria Maranan tells us how they try to keep their cool.
ARDMORE, OK - Ardmore City Schools students will have a longer summer by two weeks. At a meeting Friday, board members voted to push back the beginning of the school year to August 31.
AUSTIN - The Texas Education Agency has released state accountability ratings for districts and schools, and some Texoma schools didn't make the grade.
ARDMORE, OK - Ardmore students could get two extra weeks of summer vacation.
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