Author: Jim Satterwhite

Officer Santander's life was cut short in Dallas two days ago.  Special prayers were said at the Dallas Cathedral. Photo by Ashley Landis, Dallas Morning News.  Image used with permission.

Officer Rogelio Santander Remembered

Dallas Police Officer Rogelio Santander interned with the Commerce Police Department prior to enrolling in the Criminal Justice School at Texas A&M- Commerce.  Eventually, he became a Dallas police officer three years ago.  The twenty-seven-year-old officer is a three year veteran of the Dallas department before his life was cut […]

A Life Team Air Ambulance lands on the basketball court at Carver Elementary School. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Career Day at Carver Elementary

Students were encouraged to dress up in costume representing their chosen career.  Soldiers, sailors, doctors, lawyers, dentist, police and Indian Chiefs were represented at Carver Career Day. Hunt County News was represented and presented journalist career choice.  The presenter said journalism rules have not changed.   A journalist is an observer […]

Bob Murray presents his case before the Greenville City Council to develop an up-scale apartment complex on Traders Road. Image by Jim Satterwhite

Up-scale Apartment Complex Succumbs to Council

The city council voted to kill the luxury apartments being developed at 2000 Traders Road during the Tuesday evening meeting. The 23-acre plot is currently zoned light industrial.  The Murray organization wants to have it rezoned to multi-family. Bob Murray spoke eloquently regarding similar units in other cities across Texas. […]

Students meet with Dr. Liggings, GISD Superintendent to celebrate a dress code change starting next school year. Image courtesy of GISD.

School Dress Code Relaxed

Greenville High School students started the week celebrating when they heard some great news from the superintendent: Next year, all Greenville ISD students will have Free Dress Mondays! AND students will be able to wear solid polo shirts in any color the other days of the week, along with the other dress […]

Never give out personal financial information to any third party that calls out of the blue. Image courtesy of the Internal Revenue Service.

Pay Up “or go Directly to Jail”

Telephone and mail fraud and other strong arm tactics are as old as communication and money itself.  Last week this reporter answered a phone call while driving to Austin and the metallic voice on the other end announced that discrepancies in my tax filing had resulted in at least four […]