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Rising Temperatures in Pacific lead to potential for biggest El Niño since 1997

Rising Temperatures in Pacific lead to potential for biggest El Niño since 1997

So far in 2015, Hunt County has surpassed our average rainfall total – and it’s only mid-July.  In fact, the local area had been in a years-long drought prior to this past Spring’s sudden drenching deluge.   It appears that the upcoming fall, winter and spring months will be just […]

Texas Taxes to Take a Holiday August 7-9

Texas Taxes to Take a Holiday August 7-9

Spencer Henderson, Jr | Writer Hunt County News Thursday, July 9, 2015 Even though the Hunt County area has yet to experience our first 100-degree-plus day, it is never too early to start thinking about shopping for back-to-school. The State Comptroller’s office announced yesterday afternoon that the annual Back-to-School Sales […]