Author: Jim Satterwhite

The Sealions were in charge of posting the national colors at the Veteran Day program, Monday. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Sealions to Pass in Review

  The Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) program is established under the authority of the ROTC Vitalization Act of 1964, which directed the Secretaries of each military service to develop and maintain JROTC units for their respective services. Greenville ISD organized a Navy Jr. ROTC unit at the […]

It happens everyday. Some military retire, others finish their contractual obligation, while others are injured. Image is courtesy of the Navy Federal Credit Union.

The Story Behind the Spot

Many of you saw a poignant advertising spot entitled “A Moment of Silence” by Milestone Electric Service on Dallas TV stations over the Veterans Day Weekend. The spot advertisement is a departure from the usual catchy jingle of “fixing it in a flash” shown by Milestone sometime during the broadcast […]

The World War I Museum and Memorial has a limited number of patches marking the anniversay of World War I. Image courtesy of the WW I Museum and Memorial of Kansas City.

100-years Since the End of the Great War

Greenville Christian School teacher and author, Lewis Smith, had the following to say concerning Armistice Day, “one hundred years ago today, at eleven o’clock in the morning, the guns fell silent on the Western Front. The Armistice signed that day ended a conflict then called The Great War or the […]

The National Weather Service has issued a frost warning for Hunt County. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

A Frosty Morning Anticipated

Forecasters from the National Weather Service (NWS) predict falling temperatures to just above freezing Saturday morning. Frost usually develops between 35-32 degrees. The National Weather Service predicts frost warnings for the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, Rockwall, Hunt County, Hopkins, and points east toward the Red River and Texarkana. When temperatures fall below […]