Three platoons of Navy Junior ROTC march in review during the 8th Annual Military Inspection.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Pass in Review

The Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) based at Greenville High School completed their Eight Annual Military Inspection.  The detachment is inspected by senior Navy officers based at the Navy Recruitment Station in Dallas, Texas.  The ROTC Program is conducted by retired Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Officers […]

Greenville's Ashley Best recognized as a Dale Hansen Scholar Athlete.  Photo courtesy of Greenville ISD.

Ashley Best Recognized

Greenville High School tennis coach, Mary Mulkey, nominated GHS Senior, Ashley Best, to be considered for the Dale Hansen North Texas Buick Dealers Scholar Athlete of the Week last November. The Dale Hansen Program spotlights Texas students that not only excel athletically, but academically as well. Out of hundreds of […]

The Greenville High School Junior Navy ROTC Rifle Team placed in the SECNAV Tournament.  Image courtesy of Lt. Cmdr Wilcox, Senior ROTC instructor.

Greenville Junior ROTC Places in Marksmanship

The Greenville High School NJROTC Marksmanship Team competed in its first competition on November 17, 2016.  This allowed the Sea Lions to compete in the National SECNAV tournament (Secretary of the Navy) where JROTC cadets from throughout the nation compete against each other. This tournament also served as the qualifying […]

Blanton School Receives Historical Marker

Blanton School Receives Historical Marker

Blanton School Receives Historical Marker As Only African-American School in Wolfe City Wolfe City, Texas – This weekend, the community, alumni and the Hunt County Historical Commission will celebrate the long-awaited installation of an official Texas historical marker for the site of Wolfe City’s only African-American school, the Blanton School. […]

Dr. Pam Anglin, President of Paris Jr. College, addressed the Day Break Rotary Club today.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Paris Junior College is 92-Years Young

Paris Junior College (PJC) was founded in 1924 in the county seat of Lamar County, Texas and the agricultural bottom land of the Red River. The founder’s idea was to provide higher education to local youngsters so that they would not have to leave home to go to the big […]