DENISON, TX -- We're less than twenty-four hours away now from a day years in the making, as officials at Texoma Medical Center will cut the ribbon on the brand new TMC Wednesday afternoon.
Construction began back in June of last year. Now the new hospital at Highway 75 and FM 691 is just days away from seeing patients.
Speakers on the schedule for tomorrow's ceremony include Denison mayor Robert Brady, Grayson County Judge Drue Bynum, and State Representative Larry Phillips.
Now as we did for the groundbreaking eighteen months ago, we will stream the ceremony live on our web channel tomorrow starting at 2 p.m., so if you can't make it out in person check out KXII.com Wednesday afternoon.
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