• Chef Rusty Weatherly, Grayson College Culinary Director. Grayson College's just-for-fun cooking classes are under way for the spring semester. Desserts, steak and comfort foods are on the menu as GC's Hospitality Management & Culinary Arts Center partners with its Center for Workplace Learning to offer seven recreational cooking classes for adults and children alike. Open to the public, classes take place at the Culinary Arts Center on GC’s Main Campus in Denison, east of the Viking Dorm. Participants must be at least 16 years old to enroll in the classes, except where noted.
  • If you have major nerd love for the stars of pop culture, then Dallas Comic Con Fan Days presented by FAN EXPO should be on your must-do list for Valentine's weekend, as the pop culture convention returns to the Irving Convention Center Feb. 13-14 with stars worthy of a poster in your teenage heart.

  • These four artists have been named Artists of the Month by Creative Arts Center.
  • Ms. Logan Cunningham, MSW, will be speaking to the community on ‘Body Balance’, Tuesday, February 16, 2016 from 12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m. at Texoma Council of Governments, 1117 Gallagher Drive in Sherman.
  • (L-R) Bob Carrel, Kay Sisk, Dr. Dana Sisk, and Sue Smith
  • On opening night, Dallas City Council Member Tiffinni Young will speak briefly before the show about the City of Dallas' focus on reducing its abnormally high rate of domestic abuse. One in three teenagers experiences physical violence in a dating relationship, making dont u luv me? resonate now more than ever. It is Dallas Children’s Theater’s hope that citizens will use this opportunity to come together to reach teens in a safe, non-threatening way using the impactful and memorable power of theater.
  • The scholarship will be awarded to a woman who declares her major as education and is enrolled as a junior or beyond in college. An applicant must be a graduate of a Fannin County high school or be a Fannin County resident.
  • Van Alstyne Voices Toastmasters met at South Grayson College on February 8. M.J. Presley was Toastmaster of the Evening with a theme of "Soup," very appropriate for a cold windy night.

  • Hawaiian Falls will choose a family from each of its seven water parks to receive a complimentary Family Extravaganza prize, including a private Cabana for a day, Hawaiian Falls beach towels, admission tickets for the immediate family, Combo Meals and All Day Drinks.
  • I am leaving Fannin County and moving to Johnson County. I want to thank everyone for the kind words and wonderful gifts. I have made lifelong friendships and will cherish them forever. -- Rita Watts
  • The Lamar County Genealogy Society will have its regular meeting on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. In honor of Black History Month, the featured speaker at this meeting will be Robert High. The topic will be "African American Women" -- a look at women of color who have played a vital part in building America's economic strength.
  • Dr. Kathryn Jacobs, a professor of English in the Department of Literature and Languages at Texas A&M-Commerce, has been lauded with many accolades and laureates throughout her teaching and professional writing career, and rightly so.
  • Open to the public
    Breakfast served 7:00-9:00 a.m.
    Lunch served 11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
    Salad bar each weekday
    Grill is open for burgers
    Baked potatoes on request if ordered ahead of time