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William C. Wadsack


Sherman, TX, United States

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Past articles by William:

Schulman's Movie Bowl Grille to open May 31

The developers of the Schulman’s Movie Bowl Grille coming to Sherman recently announced the business will officially open on May 31. The 72,995-square-foot entertainment complex will serve as the first piece of the Legacy Village 22-acre development on the southeast corner of U.S. Highway 75 and FM 1417. After selling the land for the development to Schulman’s, Sherman relocated its Blalock Park… → Read More

Sherman P&Z to consider Spec’s Wine and Spirits location

The Sherman Planning & Zoning Commission will consider site plan approval for a new Spec’s Wine and Spirits retail store at 3606 Loy Lake Road during its regular meeting Tuesday.Spec’s, which celebrated its 55th anniversary in 2017, has more than 100 liquor stores across Texas. The approximately 10,000-square-foot location planned for Sherman will be located between East Pecan Grove Road and… → Read More

KC and the Sunshine Band to play Sherman’s Lights on the Lake

Texoma residents will have the chance to “Get Down Tonight” at Sherman’s Lights on the Lake celebration this year as disco group KC and the Sunshine Band will be the event’s headliner.The Lights on the Lake announcement follows the unveiling of the lineup for the city’s Hot Summer Nights concert series earlier this month. This year’s Lights on the Lake event for Independence Day is scheduled for… → Read More

Exclusive releases, performances highlight Record Store Day 2019

Vinyl collectors around the world will be out in force Saturday for Record Store Day 2019.The biannual event, which began in 2008 and now features celebrations in April and November on Black Friday, sees an influx of shoppers at record stores of all sizes thanks to the exclusive release of a smorgasbord of titles on vinyl. Many of those titles are reissues of classic albums and singles, but… → Read More

A Flock of Seagulls, Soul Asylum to headline Hot Summer Nights

Sherman’s Hot Summer Nights free concert series will transport attendees back to the ’80s and ’90s this year with performances from A → Read More

Sherman City Council to discuss 56 acres annexation plan

The Sherman City Council will give the public the chance to speak on its plan to annex 56.07 acres along Fallon Drive into the city during its meeting → Read More

Thunderstorms expected to arrive early Saturday

After a mostly sunny week, Texoma residents should brace for showers and thunderstorms this weekend.The National Weather Service is forecasting Friday to → Read More

Sherman City Council to consider plans for new QuikTrip

The Sherman City Council will consider approval of a site plan for a new QuikTrip gas station location on the city’s south side during its regular meeting at 5 p.m. Monday in the council chambers of City Hall, 220 W. Mulberry St.The Sherman Planning & Zoning Commission approved the site plan for the QuikTrip location in the Sherman Crossroads development on the northwest corner of the U.S.… → Read More

Ralph Hall commemorated on U.S. House floor

WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. John Ratcliffe led the Texas delegation in a moment of silence on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives this week in honor of former Congressman Ralph Hall, who passed away last Thursday at the age of 95.Hall represented Texas’s Fourth District, which includes Grayson County, for 34 years after serving two decades in other public office positions. Hall left the… → Read More

Sherman working on Legacy Boulevard near Schulman’s MBG

As the developers of Schulman’s Movie Bowl Grille work toward their goal of opening this May, Sherman officials are making plans for a new roadway → Read More

Sherman City Council to consider new charter amendment election

Two years after holding its last charter amendment election, Sherman is planning another one for this November. The Sherman City Council will consider the → Read More

Sherman to close streets for ‘Craft’ event that draws tourists

Sherman officials recently learned about the success the “Craft the Night Away” event has had with bringing tourists to town.Downtown Sherman NOW Executive Director Karen Tooley said more than a quarter of the attendees for the annual craft beer event come from outside the city. Organizers estimated around 1,100 beer aficionados and first time tasters attended the event in 2017, but temperatures… → Read More

Sherman approves plans for over 3,100 cemetery plots

Two years after opening 3,400 plots in West Hill Cemetery, Sherman has approved plans to add more than 3,100 more.The Sherman City Council recently approved a final plat for 3,146 cemetery lots in Annex D of the cemetery and a separate final plat for 60 more in the Old Cemetery area and 120 lots in the Memorial Park area. Director of Developmental Services Scott Shadden explained the final plat… → Read More

Sherman sets budget calendar for 2019-2020 fiscal year

The Sherman City Council recently approved a calendar for its various budget sessions to prepare for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.The council had no issues → Read More

Sherman to provide training session for council

The Sherman City Council will hold a special meeting to conduct a training workshop this month.As the city has done in each of the last two years, Sherman → Read More

Sherman abandons tract being considered for development

New development could soon come to Sherman’s north side, not far from Midway Mall.The Sherman City Council recently approved a new ordinance to close and abandon the platted right-of-way for Midway Drive, which was to be a roadway that intersected with Fallon Drive in the Midway Industrial Park. The street was never developed and the closure and abandonment turns it over to Data Vault Joint… → Read More

Sherman takes first step toward annexing 10 acres

A nearly 10-acre tract of land that will be part of a planned subdivision on Sherman’s west side recently moved one step closer to officially joining the city.The Sherman City Council held two public hearings on the proposed annexation of 9.758 acres of land along Washington Street that are part of a larger 30 lot subdivision to be called Washington Oaks that is partially inside the city limits.… → Read More

Sherman extends hours for construction work

With hundreds of homes under construction in the city and even more planned, Sherman has updated its noise ordinance to give area builders more hours to → Read More

Sherman approves youth mental health facility

Carrus Behavioral Hospital got city approval for a planned facility that would offer mental health services for children ages 3 to 17.The Sherman City → Read More

Sherman City Council to hold 2 public hearings on annexation

A pair of public hearings for the annexation of a nearly 10 acre tract of land just outside city limits will be held during the Sherman City → Read More