Author: Jim Satterwhite

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 […]

Campaign signs are tossed like trash at the polling station in Cash, Texas.

Editorial: An End to Civility

The election season is too long. We finished a highly contested election in 2017, and it seems less than six months later (June 2017) that Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke held a rally at the Landmark in Greenville. Of course, one expects red meat to be tossed to the political parties’ […]

Participants take part in a very special Thanksgiving Celebration at GISD. Image courtesy of GISD.

A Special Thanksgiving Celebration

Helen Williams, GISD Communications, reports, “Families gathered Nov. 5 for the second annual Regional Day School Program for the Deaf (RDSPD) Thanksgiving celebration.” “We love this event! It’s a chance for kids to interact with their peers and bring their parents and siblings together for fellowship,” said Mary Shaddox, Greenville […]

A Douglas A-26 taxis in to its assigned parking spot at Barksdale AFB, Louisiana. The image is by Christopher Ebdon.

The Sound of the Round

Nine historic “warbirds” will be on display at Majors Field (KGVT) during the Fly-in tomorrow (Saturday, November 3rd).   One of the highlights will be the “Lady Liberty,” a Douglas Aircraft A-26B Invader attack bomber that was manufactured in 1944 in Long Beach, Calif. It is the oldest known operational […]

Dave Ellis, Representative Dan Flynn, Sheila Ellis, and Dawn James pose for the gathering in November 2017. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

The Hunt County Alzheimer’s Awareness and Support Organization is called Remember for Me. The organization’s mission is to compassionately encourage, educate, and support Alzheimer’s and dementia patients and caregivers as they embrace loved ones on this new journey. A short program is held on the courthouse steps to make county […]