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Cheyenne Knapp, right, sells hot dogs and snow cones at the Kingridge Apartments in Greenville with her best friend, Kaylee Todd, as they raise funds for Knapp’s hip replacement surgery on Friday. In October of last year, Knapp suffered from a fall on her hip that became infected.
Road long-traveled for teen
With a smile on her face selling hot dogs with her best friend, no one would know 13-year-old Lone Oak student Cheyenne Knapp has been through so much in the past year.
Tourism in county topic of Alliance luncheon
Area business and government leaders will have a chance next week to learn how the travel industry can assist with economic development.
Animals seized from Frank Barchard Memorial Shelter
The Texas SPCA and Hunt County Constable Terry Jones removed approximately 200 animals from the Frank Barchard Memorial Shelter in Wolfe City Wednesday morning, alleging poor housing conditions, sick animals and contaminated water.
Council approves new sign for Texan Theater
The Greenville City Council has approved a big new electronic sign for the historic Texan Theater.
Council approves zoning for townhomes
The Greenville City Council has approved a change in zoning which will allow townhomes to be built along a stretch of Jack Finney Boulevard/FM 1570.
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Hail to the winner of three medals at Transplant Games
His nickname in Greenville is “Pee Wee,” but Oliver Hale is a big man on the tennis court and in the kitchen.
Hale, who is a 1971 graduate of Greenville High School, won three medals at the 2014 Transplant Games of America recently in Houston while competing in the 60-and-over age category. He won a gold medal in men’s doubles, a silver in men’s singles and a bronze in mixed doubles along with playing partner Irena Bucci.
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- Officially for the record
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- Commerce to host Dixie Softball tournament
- Hail to the winner of three medals at Transplant Games
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Using combs for their curly hair
Two little 7-year-old Hunt County twins are the sweetest girls around, and they have the honey to prove it.
- Children’s Hope coming to county
- Pastor reflects on 30 years serving Commerce church
- A short history of Father's Day
- Establishing the heart of Hunt County
- Using combs for their curly hair
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