Author: Jim Satterwhite

It seems like a year has passed since the old Britain Chevrolet was torn down and the new store started. (photo by Jim Satterwhite)

Grand Opening

Cheerleaders, brass bands, color guard and hundreds of shoppers stood at the doors of the new Walmart Neighborhood Market at 4715 Wesley Street before the sun rose on the eastern horizon. The parking lot was filled and people anxiously awaited entrance.  Several people tried to sneak in but were escorted […]

The Military Vehicle Preservation Association Convoy will retrace the historic Bankhead Highway route to California.

Keeping the Spirit of 45 Alive

The Military Vehicle Preservation Association strives to keep the Spirit of ’45 Alive by retracing the famous 1920 Transcontinental Motor Convoy Route – along the Bankhead Highway.  The convoy launched from Washington DC on September 19th.  The trip is scheduled for 29-days from Washington DC, through Paris, Texas and Greenville […]

The 10th Annual Cotton Belt Regional Railroad Symposium will be dedicated to the memory of Dr. Harley Davis. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Jason Lee Davis)

Cotton Belt Regional Railroad Symposium

The 10th Annual Cotton Belt Railroad Symposium will take place Friday evening, at 5:30 PM, October 2, 2015 and continue on through lunch on Saturday October 3rd at the Sam Rayburn Student Center in Commerce.  Railroaders that are young and old, active and retired, hobbyist and Hunt County Historians are […]

Members of the Mechanized Calvary form the color guard for the Southern Cross of Honor Ceremony.

Color Guard

Heritage Reenactors of the Texas 4th Brigade, Lt. Alexander Cameron Camp No. 2226 (Greenville) color guard march the colors to the grave site of Private John Mack at the Old Concord Baptist Church Saturday morning , September 26th. The area was originally known as Jacob’s Prairie before the community adopted […]

Most of the Hunt County Shutter Bugs packed up after the total eclipse took place over Reservoir Number Five Sunday night. (Photo by Eddie Daniels)

Bad Moon Rising

One could almost hear strains of Credence banging out Bad Moon Rising across Greenville’s Reservoir Number Five as Eddie Daniels and six others set up their tripods for a lunar eclipse watching party.  Each and everyone took some fabulous sunset shots.  Thin, hazy clouds obscured the moon for the most […]