11-3-04 - Former Republican Congressman Tom Coburn held on to Oklahoma's US Senate seat for Republicans. Coburn beat Democratic Congressman Brad Carson by a 53- to 41-percent margin.
11-2-04 – A Sherman teenager receives a stiff, 92 year sentence on drug charges in Grayson County. Authorities say Jokari Barnum had become a menace to police officers; committing a number of offenses over the past two years.
11-3-04 - Sen. John Kerry has called President Bush Wednesday morning to concede White House race. The phone call came after a long, tense night of vote counting and with Ohio's 20 electoral votes at stake.
11-1-04 - The Scabies outbreak at Sherman's Washington elementary school has doubled since late last week. As of Monday, 51 students and six adults have been diagnosed with the infectious skin disease.
11-01-04 – An elderly, wheelchair-bound woman died when her apartment caught fire in Paris. Firefighters got the call at 10:15 p.m. Sunday. When they got to the scene, the 67-year-old resident was dead inside her apartment.
11-1-04 - President Bush will wrap up a six-day campaign blitz today with a late-night homecoming rally in Dallas. Meanwhile, John Kerry is about to embark on an aerial assault...
10-31-04- A total of 144 new laws take effect in Oklahoma Monday. Among them are laws to reform medical liability lawsuits and a measure to increase teacher pay to the regional average during the next four years.
10-31-04- Investigators are looking into what started a fire at a downtown Durant business Saturday evening. Firefighters responded to Marci's Western Wear on Main Street just after 7 p.m and found the store in flames.
10-30-04- Bryan County voters will decide whether liquor can be sold by restaurants or clubs when they go to the polls on Tuesday. This comes twenty years after Oklahomans gave counties the option to sell liquor by the drink.
10-29-04 -A second University of Oklahoma fraternity is suspended after a pledge was taken to the hospital with alcohol poisoning. The 18-year-old Delta Upsilon fraternity member was treated at the emergency room...
10-28-04 - A Denison woman convicted of embezzling over $135,000 from a medical office will not serve prison time. Lena Weger will have to repay all the money she stole.
Posted: 05/23/13 - Julie Luton of Bonham took home the top honor of the evening at the recent volunteer banquet hosted by the Fannin County Children’s Center. Luton was named the CASA Volunteer of the Year for her work in advocating for abused and neglected children in foster care. Read More
Posted: 05/22/13 - (Idabel, Okla.) – For anyone interested in learning more about building preservation, Idabel Main Street will host “Historic Building Maintenance,” a workshop on the care and maintenance of the historic district, June 25th, from 5:30pm – 7:00pm, at the Idabel Public Library. Read More
Posted: 05/08/13 - The Sherman Public Library is very excited about our upcoming Summer Reading Club for children and teens. Children ages birth-11 can Dig into Reading and join the Youth Summer Reading Club. The theme for the Teen Summer Reading Club this year is Beneath the Surface and it is open to teens ages 12-18. Read More