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Able Company Canopies Over the Audie Murphy Museum

Able Company Canopies Over the Audie Murphy Museum

The flight of C-47 Sky Trains flew over Hunt County and Greenville during the early morning hours of Saturday, September 29th. Paratroops lined up in the aisle of the aging, two-engined transport plane and checked their equipment. Static lines were attached and the troop doors opened. The jumpmaster yelled, “Go, go, go!” […]

Birdies, Ducks and Umbrellas

Birdies, Ducks and Umbrellas

Set in the rolling countryside, Webb Hill Country Club is a little gem of a course where you’re always sure of a warm Texas welcome. The rain started early Thursday morning and it looked like the tournament might be scrubbed. This would have been a shame because the tournament was […]

Bois D’arc Bash to the Future

Bois D’arc Bash to the Future

This weekend marks the thirty-third anniversary of the annual festival celebrating Commerce as the Bois D’arc Capital of Texas! The “Bash to the Future” event celebrates the incredible, sticky, durable Bois D’arc tree. Sections of Bois D’arc trunks support thousands of period homes in and around North Texas. Many pastures […]

A customer inspects the produce from The Texas Frontier Farm. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Radishes, Anyone?

Jessica and Ben Tucker, proprietors of Texas Frontier Farms, sell radish sprouts to local buyers at the Greenville Farmers Market Saturday morning. If you like alfalfa sprouts then you will love radish greens. They are good on hamburgers, mashed potatoes, grilled cheese sandwiches, and any other dish that requires a garnish.  […]

Rick Parent emphasizes a passage from The Hunter Chronicle.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

The Wind. The Willow and Hunter

Mary Grace Rodriguez and Commerce musician and author Rick Parent slowed the morning down in the little reading room known as The Wind. The Willow Bookstore located in a little nook where a hobby shop was once located. The proprietor, Mary Grace, came from Austin several months ago. Her dream […]