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Autumn McHenry displays "Ruby" and her trophy won at the Girl Scout Pinewood Derby. Michael Donahoe, Pit Boss, congratulates Autumn. Image by Serena McHenry.

McHenry Captures the Pinewood Trophy

Girl Scout troops gathered at Wesley United Methodist Church in Greenville Saturday to race Pinewood Derby Cars.  Troops from around the county entered in over twelve divisions with each running four heats to determine the most colorful, fastest and overall winner. Autumn McHenry a member of Troop 7792 that meets […]

Get your barbecue fix quenched this weekend at Cash Volunteer Fire Department. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Four Smokers are Smoking

Four smokers provided by Farmers Electric Co-op were smoking up barbecue treats for the public at the Cash Volunteer Fire Department this morning.  Meal service consisting of ribs, brisket, sausage, sides, fixings and desert will begin at five PM and continue until nine PM at the department located about seven […]

Faces and Places: Kelly Current at the Landmark

Faces and Places: Kelly Current at the Landmark

Kelly Current, US Army veteran and now dietitian at Hunt County Regional Healthcare, was elected president of the Daybreak Rotary Club for 2018-19.  Kelly outlined goals that she believes the early morning club can achieve this year.  This year’s theme is “Be the Inspiration”.

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Greenville Enjoys A1 Rating From Moody’s Investor Services

Greenville’s Public Information Officer, Kathy Lucas, announced Moody’s Investors Service assigned an A1 issuer rating to the City of Greenville, TX. This does not affect any debt outstanding. The issuer rating reflects Moody’s credit assessment of Greenville’s implicit general obligation credit strength. RATINGS RATIONALE the A1 rating reflects the city’s […]

Melanie Acker Littlefield cuts the green ribbon signifying that the new Brass Rail is open for business. Image by Barney Wiker for Hunt County News.

The Brass Rail Cuts the Green Ribbon

Charles Helms opened a local pub called the Brass Rail at the Greenville Best Western Hotel in 1995.  The club continued on until 2014 when the owner died.  Melanie Acker Littlefield purchased the business.  A year or two after Melanie bought the pub a company known as United Housing purchased […]