Author: Jim Satterwhite

The party bus is magically transformed into a transformer control center. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Transformers Beseige Greenville

One could not help but notice the unthinkingly painted Transformers Bus as it made several trips north on Wesley Street Wednesday toward Wolfe City Drive. Several classrooms at Crockett Elementary School got a special treat Tuesday when The Big Kahuna Company of Aledo, Texas brought their Transformer Bus to Greenville.  […]

The scene from the lighting director's chair in the Greenville Presentation of Steel Magnolias. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Steel Magnolias Bloom Tonight

Robert Harling wrote the play, Steel Magnolias, in 1987. The play and later film are about the bond a group of women shares in a small-town Southern community, and how they cope with the death of one of their own. The story is based on the author’s real-life experience of […]

The property at 2601 King Street (formerly the Migilitos Store) came on the market in June 2018. Image by KW Realtors.

The Citizens Speak

Approximately 60-75 interested citizens gathered at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center Monday night to ask questions of city officials concerning the purchase of a defunct grocery store located at 2601 King Street in Greenville. All City Council members were present except Mayor Pro Tem, Jerry Ransom, and Place 5 Councilperson, […]

The bear makes new friends in and around the county every day! Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Chris and the Bear

Chris works in the background of Hunt County hauling off other peoples junk. He was a truck driver in a former life and has lived in Toronto and Chicago before settling in Hunt County. He can be found cleaning scrap piles for people and businesses in Commerce, Greenville, and Quinlan. […]

The former Migalitos Store will be discussed at a town hall meeting tomorrow night. Image courtesy of KETR Radio.

Citizens Urged to Attend Town Hall

Hunt County News has compiled this story from several that have appeared in the Greenville Herald-Banner and broadcast on KETR Radio over the past month. The Migalitos Supermarket located at 2601 Washington Street in Greenville closed its doors forever in September 2017. The City of Greenville conceived a plan to […]