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Bids due on downtown landmark
Greenville city officials should know by Tuesday afternoon if there is anyone interested in purchasing a downtown landmark which has become a potential tax liability.
Feeding bodies, feeding souls
Two Salvation Army buses pulled into the Town East Village apartment complex in Greenville on Friday.
One was full of people, the other, of food.
County Fair about ready to open
The Hunt County Fairgrounds are about to be a busy place.
GHS band helps its own, community
Members of the Greenville High School Lion Pride Band are particularly charitable.
Jobless numbers take big dip
Hundreds of people found jobs locally last month, as Hunt County’s unemployment statistics fell to a six-year low.
- Bids due on downtown landmark
Sherman spoils Lady Lions season finale
The Greenville Lady Lions finished their District 13-4A softball season at home on Friday with a 9-2 loss to the Sherman Lady Bearcats.
Greenville honored senior players Ali Threndyle, Megan Shaw, Tayler Cordova and Katie McMurray in pre-game ceremonies.
- Greenville catcher Justin Koger signs with Arkansas-Little Rock
- Players protest return of fired Minnesota coach
- No. 19 state-ranked Lone Oak claims regular season finale
- Lady Lions earn all-district soccer honors
- Sherman spoils Lady Lions season finale
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Dallas champions, Robowranglers look forward
Practicing with the best hones skills and keeps members of Greenville High School Robowranglers on point, according to Director of Robotics Adrienne Emerson.
The Robowranglers are preparing their robot “Vader” for the FIRST World Championships in St. Louis on April 23-26.
- Gig-A-Bots win multiple trophies at nationals
- This Lone Oak High School student has merit
- Reaching the people of Morocco for Christ
- Dorsey, boxing greats to headline ‘Boxing With the Stars’
- Dallas champions, Robowranglers look forward
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