Angel Tree Sign Ups The Salvation Army already has 133 families with 370 angels signed up. There is just two more days to apply for the Angel Tree program. Applications are being accepted Friday, October 2nd, 8am-11am and 4pm – 7pm and again on Saturday, October 3rd, 10am – 2pm. […]
Lake Tawakoni Regional Chamber of Commerce announces their October Businesses of the Month for October!
Lake Tawakoni Regional Chamber of Commerce announces their October Businesses of the Month for October! Congratulations to Poetry Community Christian School, Senator Dan Flynn, Karrie’s Barber Shop and City of Hawk Cove. We’re proud to be able to pass along information on all these fine business and congratulations from HCN! […]
Cheerleaders, brass bands, color guard and hundreds of shoppers stood at the doors of the new Walmart Neighborhood Market at 4715 Wesley Street before the sun rose on the eastern horizon. The parking lot was filled and people anxiously awaited entrance. Several people tried to sneak in but were escorted […]
The Military Vehicle Preservation Association strives to keep the Spirit of ’45 Alive by retracing the famous 1920 Transcontinental Motor Convoy Route – along the Bankhead Highway. The convoy launched from Washington DC on September 19th. The trip is scheduled for 29-days from Washington DC, through Paris, Texas and Greenville […]
The 10th Annual Cotton Belt Railroad Symposium will take place Friday evening, at 5:30 PM, October 2, 2015 and continue on through lunch on Saturday October 3rd at the Sam Rayburn Student Center in Commerce. Railroaders that are young and old, active and retired, hobbyist and Hunt County Historians are […]