Three generations prepare to sky dive in Greenville
On July 14, 80-year-old Sonny Campbell will be participating in an event that few men and women half (or a quarter) his age have the courage to do — jump out of an airplane.
- Greenville's Mr. Red, White and Blue
Local student awarded the chance to pursue his dream
Greenville High School junior Nathan Sample has a passion, one that cannot be pursued by becoming involved in the typical Texas high school activities such as band, robotics, and football. Nathan’s passion is video editing.
Local wounded warrior surprises self with top 10 finish in first 10K race
One year ago, Staff Sgt. Jonathan Flores sustained shrapnel wounds in his back from a suicide car bomber in Afghanistan. Last Sunday, he placed seventh in his age group in the Wounded Warrior 10K in Irving.
Mastering the art of bonsai
John Miller says there’s a lot more to bonsai than just putting a tree in a pot.
Local friends become ‘Brothers in Arms’
With the news cameras recording and friends and family looking on, Steven West and three of his close friends — Zach Romo, Shawn Bentley and Jeremy Harris — enlisted in the United States Marine Corps almost eight years ago in Royse City.
Preparing for the worst case scenario
The images were frighteningly similar to those which have appeared on the news far too often during the past few weeks, after a tornado touched down Thursday at the YMCA in Greenville, toppling a school bus and causing multiple fatalities and dozens of injuries.
- Wolfe City family has long law enforcement history
- From sirens to cell phones
Penning 'Adventures of Jose'
Shortly after their marriage, Greenville natives David and Frances Narramore began teaching Hispanic children in the Brownsville, Texas, public schools.
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