DENISON, Texas -- The site of an old church just south of the downtown district is divine ground for Denison's latest housing boom.
The abandoned house of worship at the southeast corner of Armstrong Avenue and Hull Street was deemed unsafe and is now being demolished.
Holley Homes worked a deal with the city to turn the site into a new neighborhood of eight homes.
"This couldn't have happened without the help and support of the city, and the public getting behind this project," said Joshua Holley.
The homebuilder hopes to have most of the new residences complete before winter.
Hundreds of people from all across the country are competing for $40,000 in prizes at The Catmasters Lake Texoma Tournament.
The Aviation Day event had the largest turnout in its history, with more than 100 young people attending from Texas and Oklahoma.
One example: A property in the 300 block of F Street NE. The city had to take charge in the cleanup after it was heavily damaged in a fire on December 26.
Police Chief Bob Hundley said the suspect man got out of his vehicle and displayed two large knives "in a threatening manner."
Over the decades, District 3 Commissioner Jerry Alvord said the Dillard Road bridge had become a safety hazard.
The Baylor student has been moved to an isolated room on the Waco campus, the school said in a statement issued Friday afternoon.
Ty Nall and DeWayne Morris from The CatMasters Lake Texoma speak with Carley Banks KTEN about the organization's Catfishing Tournament, Boat Show and Catfish Expo.
Johnston County is looking for another business to join the current tenants.
"It's unfortunate; we wish they weren't leaving," said Sherman City Council member Josh Stevenson. "They've been a really good partner for a really long time."
On Thursday, Joshua Haliburton was sentenced to seven years deferred probation and a $1,500 fine for his role in a 2016 accident that left a woman dead.