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Manufacturing program receives $153K from local industries, TWC

Sep 25, 2017, By: Rhea Bermel, Herald Democrat Texoma’s Advanced Manufacturing Program received $153,000 in donations and grants on Monday. The program, which was initiated in 2016, places area high school students in a series of classes and internships as a way to provide them with the skills and certifications needed for manufacturing careers. A Read More

SEDCO increasing retention/expansion program

Sep 25, 2017, By: William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat As part of its 2017-2018 program for work, the Sherman Economic Development Corp. laid out a number of goals to the Sherman City Council Monday for its next fiscal year. Those goals include retaining and expanding existing employers, recruiting new employers, supporting workforce development and employment programs, marketing Read More

Will MEMC building finally sell?

Sep 21, 2017, By: William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat For much of the past decade, one of the first things to greet people arriving in Sherman from the south has been a sign advertising the vacant MEMC building at 6800 U.S. Highway 75. But the availability of that building may soon change as Corning Inc., which specializes in Read More

GlobiTech to add 12 jobs, make $9.75M investment in facility

Sep 13, 2017, By: William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat Local silicon-epitaxy manufacturer GlobiTech will be adding 12 new jobs over the next two years as part of a nearly $10 million capital investment in its Sherman plant. The Sherman Economic Development Corp. board of directors recently approved a $487,500 incentive for the local manufacturer that will be delivered Read More

SEDCO planning 64 acres purchase to expand Progress Park

Sep 12, 2017, By: William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat With available space in Sherman’s Progress Park industrial area dwindling, the Sherman Economic Development Corp. is planning to purchase an additional 64 acres for the park just west of the Panda Power plant on the city’s southside. The SEDCO board of directors voted Tuesday to put the 64 acres Read More

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