A meet and greet coffee was held at Tim and Stacy’s Stainback’s Greenville home for our district representative, Dan Flynn. This was an opportunity to meet the candidate and ask questions about the current legislative climate in Austin. Several people were concerned about the decision to close the Greenville Driver’s […]
Many spectators came to the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum to observe World War II living history. Today’s event saw “Gen. Patton” inspecting the troops at the encampment. James Adams, a veteran of the US Navy after World War II, was present when the Patton actor made his presence known. James […]
Preston Matlock and Luke Johnson were found at 5900 Wesley Street near Chase Bank. Luke and Preston tell us, “Don’t take time out of your business to stand in line at the car wash. We will come to you.” It appears that this customer’s Jeep is ready to roll.
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!” […]
World Rivers Day is a celebration of the world’s waterways. It highlights the many values of rivers and strives to increase public awareness and encourages the improved stewardship of rivers around the world. Greenville, Texas with the help of volunteers and Keep Greenville Beautiful will celebrate by cleaning up the […]