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Police: Man dies after fall from roof

SHERMAN, Texas (KXII) - Sherman Police said one person is dead after falling from a home. Police said on Tuesday a construction worker was at a new home build near the intersection of Fawnwood Court and Canton Creek Drive, when he suffered some sort of medical episode and fell. The...
SHERMAN, TX
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Cumby Man Accused Of Firing A Gun During Disturbance

A 49-year-old Cumby man was accused of firing a gun during a disturbance with a woman and her son Tuesday. Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Chris Baumann responded at 4:17 p.m. May 24, 2022, to what was reported as an active disturbance on County Road 4734. Upon arrival, he detained the 49-year-old male resident for further investigation.
HOPKINS COUNTY, TX
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Construction underway on $15.4M Sherman Police facility

SHERMAN, Texas (KXII) -The Sherman Police Department is nearly a year away from completion of their new 33,000 sq. ft facility. The building broke ground this past December and the new location already has steel beams and a roof built. The new facility will allow everybody to have their own...
SHERMAN, TX
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MELISSA AND STACEY ROGERS ARE BUSY FOLLOWING TALENTED SONS, DALTON AND EVAN, PLAYING BASEBALL FOR TWO NATIONALLY RANKED TEAMS, SOUTHERN MISS AND NORTHWEST RANKIN HIGH – By Robert Wilson

Divide and conquer, Melissa Rogers said, is the motto of she and her husband, Stacey. The married couple of 24 years are in a unique position this week. By the end of the week, the Rogers family could have two championships. Their oldest son, Dalton, is a sophomore relief pitcher...
HATTIESBURG, MS
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LIFE’S FLAVORS 5/26- ALLISON LIBBY-THESING OF THE OAKS BED & BREAKFAST

Every downtown is a little different from the next. From the shops, dining options and other businesses surrounding the area each downtown has something different to offer. Greenville is among those cities who is continuing to improve their downtown and have realized that this area is a place of growth and could be a draw for visitors who want to get off the freeway and explore more of the local flavor.
GREENVILLE, TX
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Tin Kitchen: Weston's scratch kitchen offers Texas-style barbecue

Sean, Barbara and Kathleen O’Malley opened the Tin Kitchen in 2014 with a vision of bringing a fresh idea to Weston. Growing up, the three O’Malley siblings watched their parents run a restaurant in the 1970s and decided to continue the family tradition by opening one of their own.
WESTON, TX
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New Sherman cookie shop has Insta-worthy treats

SHERMAN, Texas (KTEN) — Sweet treats are coming to Sherman Town Center. The nationwide bakery chain Crumbl Cookies will open its newest location at 8 a.m. Friday with a rotating assortment of five flavors — like peanut butter, molten lava and limeade — along with the always-available classic chocolate chip option.
SHERMAN, TX
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Highest-rated dessert shops in Sherman, according to Tripadvisor

(STACKER) — Research—and plenty of anecdotal evidence—shows that people tend to eat. and crave more sweet foods in the winter months. We may never reach the glories of fat bears preparing for hibernation, but the impulse could be the same—a vestigial drive to store up calories in preparation for bitter winter. Or maybe it’s just that we’re stuck inside on cold and snowy days, surrounded by hearty soups and Christmas cookies.
SHERMAN, TX
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Sherman student athletes help launch new line of apparel

SHERMAN, Texas (KXII) - Lights, camera, action. On Thursday, Sherman High School had a big visitor on campus. Sports equipment company Oakley is launching their new line of apparel called ‘Athlete Essentials’. Senior athletes volunteered to help film for advertisements that will be used for Oakley’s new line....
SHERMAN, TX
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May is a very busy month at Cooper Lake State Park

COOPER— What better place to experience a natural Texas than Cooper Lake State Park. Hear the rhythmic drubbing of a piliated woodpecker, the lonesome wail of a family of coyotes, the evening chorus of leopard, green tree, and bullfrogs. May is a birders paradise. See some of our newest park inhabitants – white-tailed deer fawn! Across both park units, as summertime approaches, a total of 14 programs will be presented that are focused on family fun and learning about our natural world. Our highlighted programs for May are archery, astronomy, and art! Learn the basics of archery while honing your skills shooting at actual targets. Spend the evening stargazing with a ranger. Hear stories about the heavens. Peer through a high-powered telescope taking a trip back in time. “Art in the Park” is a visitor favorite! Unleash your inner artist and create nature art while listening to stories about our natural world. Learn about a wide variety of plants and animals common to this part of Texas through additional programs and so much more!
COOPER, TX
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