Category: Van Alstyne News

Grand Jury Indicts Sexual Assault Suspect

Grand Jury Indicts Sexual Assault Suspect

| March 31, 2022 | Reply

By Mary Jane Farmer for The Van Alstyne News, Scene In Town NOTE:  Names are not posted unless/until a suspect is indicted. On March 30 (2022), the Grayson County Grand Jury indicted the suspect who Van Alstyne police arrested in late January on several felony sexual charges. At the Grand Jury’s Wednesday (March 29, 2022) […]

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Anytime Fitness opening soon

Anytime Fitness opening soon

| March 29, 2022 | Reply

By Mary Jane Farmer for the Van Alstyne News, Scene In Town Van Alstyne’s own Cage Sawyers is opening a gymnasium, the newest in the Anytime Fitness franchise. The local born-and-raised man is a 2017 graduate of Van Alstyne High School and soon will be going to the University of Texas law school, he said. […]

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Police Reports for Feb and early March

Police Reports for Feb and early March

| March 11, 2022 | Reply

By Mary Jane Farmer for the Van Alstyne News, Scene In Town In the month of February, 2022, Van Alstyne Police received 1,153 Calls for Service, reported Police Lt. Steven Hayslip. Officers also completed 76 training hours and dispatchers received 42 hours of training. Traffic accidents March 5 Fatality — About 3 a.m., police were […]

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Howe Woman Arrested for Stealing a Police Vehicle

Howe Woman Arrested for Stealing a Police Vehicle

| March 4, 2022 | Reply

Report from Howe Police Department, with Mary Jane Farmer also contributing. For Scene In Town, Van Alstyne News. Names are not given until/unless a suspect is indicted. Howe Police Chief Carl Hudman reported that\ they booked a 21-year-old Howe woman into the Grayson County Jail on a number of charges for her role in the […]

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Local Election May 7

Local Election May 7

| February 27, 2022 | Reply

By Mary Jane Farmer for the Van Alstyne News, Scene In Town UPDATE, The voting polls (at Grayson College) will be open from 7. a.m. to 7 p.m. on May 7. Local voters will be urged to return to the polls in April or May to not only decide on the proposed City Charter, but also […]

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