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  • Bonham ISD cancelled the school board elections because only the two incumbents filed for the two open positions. The school board is also preparing to conduct interviews for the superintendent position.
  • Scott and Margaret Stahl pose for a photo. (photo by Devin Girod | Texas A&M University-Commerce, Division of Philanthropy and Engagement)
  • The Texas Historical Commission (THC) has recognized the Honorable Janet Gott, mayor of Denison, as the 2023 recipient of the Anice B. Read Award of Excellence in Community Heritage. The award acknowledges an individual or organization for exemplary work in community revitalization, preservation planning and protection, or heritage tourism that significantly advances the impact of historic preservation in Texas.
  • Kelly Eder, Owner and President of Epic Solar Control and Chris Eder, Chief Operating Officer of Epic Solar Control accepted 3Mís 2023 National Dealer of the Year, Single Market award for their company during 3Mís 2024 Building Window Film Dealer Conference at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Michaels, the best place for all things creative, has officially opened its new location in Sherman following a successful Grand Opening this past weekend.  This new Michaels location will bring numerous full-time and part-time jobs to the Sherman community over the course of the year.
  • Neighbors Place Winery in historic downtown Bonham is recruiting vendors for a Sip-n-Shop on Saturday, April 6, 2024. As visitors flock to Bonham for the total solar eclipse on April 8, this will be an opportunity to market your products at a favorite gathering place in town. Neighbors Place Winery will also host an Eclipse Watch Party on Monday, April 8, with catered food and live music to celebrate this rare celestial phenomenon. The last time Fannin County experienced a total solar eclipse was 1878.