Lone Oak

Rose Hayden leads the bus load of Lone Oak ISD fans to distribute checks to the three schools in the Lone Oak District.  Image courtesy of LOISD.

Grant Patrol Arrives

On March 8, the LOISD Education Foundation surprised the high school, middle school, and the elementary campuses with a lot of noise… and a lot of grant money! We awarded 13 educational grants totaling $31,838.08 in our Founding Year! Many generous donors all around Hunt County made this wonderful day possible and we […]

Chief Dent confers with a Lone Oak fire fighter before he retired in 2015. Image courtesy of the Lone Oak Police Department.

Weekend Memorial Service Scheduled

Memorial services for retired Lone Oak Police Chief Neil Dent will take place this weekend in Lone Oak.  Chief Dent died as a result of injuries sustained during an accident at home last weekend. A candle light vigil will take place Friday evening at the Lone Oak Town Square at […]

Protesters were feeling their oats after defeating the PJC issue in Hunt County.  The new issue is the protection of free speech in the form of signs and the right to assemble.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Freedom is Just a Dollar

Joey, Cory and Andre assembled at the intersection of Moulton and the I-30 East Access Road at lunch time.  They carried signs that was a reminder of the protest we have seen nationally as a result of the election.  The signs read “Another Freedom Lost”, “A Dollar for Freedom”, a “Penny […]

Tattered banners are all that remain of a closed fireworks stand on FM 118.  Three additional sales weeks may help the bottom line.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Fireworks will Usher in Texas Celebration

The Hunt County Commissioners Court met today and authorized three additional days for fireworks to be sold in the county.  The sales periods will be dependent upon weather conditions such as drought and burn bans being in effect. Texas Independence Day will see a sales period of February 25th through […]

David Lowe and Kascey Smith were busy Saturday morning at the Farmers Market.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Make a Difference Saturday

Saturday was the day designated by the national organization to make a difference.  Volunteers picked up litter, touched up paint, swept up after a storm, mowed some lots and stacked up material in ally ways.  Greenville, Commerce, Lone Oak, Wolfe City, Caddo Mills and Quinlan were touched by the volunteer […]