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  • Fannin County is one of 7 additional counties FEMA has made eligible for its Public Assistance program for public infrastructure repairs and emergency work.
  • The City recently made changes to our shelter operations to ensure the safety of staff, volunteers, citizens and animals. We have been working to develop procedures that ensure the timely and efficient delivery of information related to adoptable animals.
  • The Red, White and BOOM! Independence Day celebration begins downtown with a lively hometown parade at 10:00 a.m., followed by the Yankee Doodle block party at 11:00 a.m. Families are encouraged to explore the many dining and shopping options the Historic Downtown Cultural District offers. Festivities continue at Gabe Nesbitt Community Park with music, food, kids' activities, and a dazzling fireworks display.
  • Texas Department of Transportation officials today announced that a mainlane traffic switch is slated for July 1 and July 2 for the northbound US 75 mainlanes in Sherman, Texas. This work is necessary to begin establishing the final traffic pattern on US 75 mainlanes from Washington Street north to Taylor Street, officials said.
  • Iwo Jima survivor Corporal Donald Graves will speak at the World War II History Roundtable meeting July 25. The program will begin at 7:00 p.m. at the American Cotton/Audie Murphy Museum in Greenville. All are invited to hear this 99-year-old tell of the horrific 1945 invasion of the small Pacific island. photo of Don Graves made in 1942 at Camp Pendleton
  • Rising temperatures and the month of June signal the arrival of the dog days of summer. With heat-related illnesses on the rise, Texas State Parks is sharing seven tips to help Texans beat the heat and enjoy their time in the outdoors safely.