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Jerry and John Ruin rock out with Through the Looking Glass. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

The Grunge that Left Seattle

The band, Ruin Illusion, played at Greenville’s AmericanLegion Hall Saturday night. Jerry Ruin is the leader, his twelve-year-old son, John, keeps the electric fiddle hot, drummer Adam Gammons, has been with Jerryfor a long time, and local Greenville transplant, Travis Hairgrove keeps thecrowd in a Seattle mood with his mastery […]

Occasionally the Postal Service loses a letter but if it is found you can bet that it will be delivered. Image courtesy of Irish Central.

Pictures with Santa

The staff at Tribute Medical Supply in Greenville understand that recovering from surgery and severe injuries can be challenging to cope with. They also understand how shopping for specialty products that allow mobility once again can be frustrating. Tribute continues to offer the very best in-home healthcare equipment to make […]

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 […]

County Auditor, Tammi Byrd, confers with Judge John Horn on some budget amendments. Image by Jim Satterwhite for Hunt County News.

County Commissioners Approve Tax Increase

There was no fanfare or Citizens to be Heard protest before Hunt County Commissioners passed a new fiscal year budget that had an effective tax increase of almost eleven percent. The new county budget will go into effect on October 1, 2018, and remain until September 29, 2019.  The commissioners […]