Summer starts with those blockbuster movies
Summer seems to start earlier every year ...
I’m not talking about the annual onslaught of Texas heat and humidity
Regardless of how you plan to vote in the upcoming May 11 election, the important thing is that you vote.
More planning needed on new YMCA
Greenville voters have a big choice on their hands on May 11. The $15 million bond that would be used to pay for a new YMCA/events center is a complicated issue, and one that has our readership sharply divided.
Festival helps one forget rest of the world
It is no secret that the residents of the Kellar Estate love going to the Scarborough Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie.
There are some major developments on the horizon for Hunt County. You should be paying attention to them.
Texas’ road to future looks rocky
Texas’ inadequate water system and crumbling road infrastructure are two of the biggest problems Texans will face in the coming decades.
No joy in covering tragedies
Car crashes. Shoot-outs. Natural disasters.
These are all tragic stories that impact us here in northeast Texas. These stories often dominate our headlines, along with stark photos.
Could we really make 'the' difference?
The reason why my platform of “Individuals of Influence” is so close to me is because I recently lost someone very close to me.
Engaging the public
This week, the Greenville Parks and Recreation Department requested input from residents on what kind of playground equipment to install in Oak Creek Park. The innovative campaign collected dozens of votes via Facebook, and the winners will be announced on Monday.
Hunting for Estate’s Easter eggs
Happy Easter everyone!
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