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The City of Greenville has not one, but two brightly lit Christmas trees, standing in front of the Hunt County Courthouse, following Monday night’s Christmas on the Square.
Christmas shines brightly
The City of Greenville now has two brightly lit Christmas trees, following Monday night’s Christmas on the Square event.
Council to vote on Chamber tourism funding
The Chamber of Commerce is likely to receive the tourism funding it had requested after all.
The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organization wasn’t so lucky.
Slow down, speed up, then repeat
The Greenville City Council is scheduled again tonight to consider establishing new speed limits for the Interstate 30 frontage roads inside the city limits.
- Tax reinvestment zone sought for cereal company
- Board of Development wants to make Farmers Market improvements
- Christmas shines brightly
Leonard downs Cooper to reach state semifinals
The Leonard Tigers continue to make school history.
The Tigers knocked off previously undefeated Cooper 28-20 in a Class 2A Division II quarterfinal game on a cold Monday at Royse City ISD Stadium to reach the state football semifinals for the first time.
Leonard, now 11-3 for the season, will face 14-0 Cisco in a semifinal game sometime on Saturday. The site and time have yet to be determined.
- Caddo Mills-ex rushes for 140 yards
- Leonard Tigers practice in Greenville
- Greenville Lions, Lady Lions win
- Bland, Celeste basketball tournaments begin today
- Leonard downs Cooper to reach state semifinals
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