Greenville

Brittany Gainer proudly shows off a photo that won Honorable Mention at the Second Annual Art and Photo Exhibit put on by Lakes Regional MHMR Center.

Art and Photo Exhibit

Wesley United Methodist Church sponsored the Second Annual Photo and Art Exhibit featuring art from individuals that attend the Lakes Regional MHMR Day Center in Greenville.  Marie Aughtry, Director, was really proud of the community supporters and sponsors. The program started out as Hunt County Family Services before it fell […]

Saved By Sunset – Loss of Daytime Heating Leads to Severe Weather “Non-Event”

Earlier today, it looked as though Hunt County would be in the throes of a major severe weather event. However, as 6:00 drew closer, the sun had started to set in the western sky; and, with that, temperatures started to cool down rapidly. By the time the squall line arrived […]

The Light Crust Doughboys, led by artist and producer, Art Greenhaw, are still playing after all these years. Photo by Jim Satterwhite

Longest Lived Band in the History of Recorded Music

Art Greenhaw, Grammy award- Winning artist and producer, is the leader of the Light Crust Doughboys. He and Senator Bob Duell performed for the Daybreak Rotary Club Thursday morning. The band was formed in 1931 by future two-time Governor of Texas, Pappy O’Daniel, when he was general manager of Burrus […]

The new Marshall's store will open next week. Photo by Jim Satterwhite.

Eight Short Days

The grand opening of the Marshall’s Department Store at the new Greenville Promenade will take place in eight short days at 8 AM on November 12, 2015 according to a company web site.  There will be something for women, kids, men and those leading an active life style. Contractors were […]

Frontier Fun Day will be held this Saturday at the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum. Photo by Jim Satterwhite

Frontier Fun

Have you ever churned butter? Braided rope? Cooked Cowboy, Campfire biscuits? Come out Saturday morning to the Audie Murphy American Cotton Museum to see how people worked and entertained themselves prior to radio, TV, Internet, and Facebook. Festivities start at 10 A.M. and will close at 1 P.M.  All of […]