- 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.
A woman of many hats
Betty Epps is a woman who wears many hats. Especially when attending church. I have 52 hats of all kinds,” Epps explained. “I have big hats, small hats, tidy hats, cowboy hats. I always wear a cap when I am walking.”
A Scout's Honor
Up until three years ago, most people in Hunt County who have driven past what is now known as the Davis-Rush cemetery have done so without ever noticing its existence.
Remembering the ‘Babe in Armor’
Thankfully, today most American 15-year-olds only play at war on popular video games like Call of Duty.
Commerce cottages provides home away from home
Traveling to an exotic destination might be what you envision when thinking of a getaway, but quietly nestled in the heart of Commerce is a quaint bed and breakfast whose charm just might keep you closer to home.
Horse Apple Hill Inn, which will officially open its doors on March 1, is a converted two-story barn that sits on the historical property for which it was named.
Iran in 1979 was one of the most turbulent times the country, and the United States, had ever seen.
The film “Argo”, which recently won an Oscar for Best Picture, details some of the events that occurred during that time.
Caddo Mills resident Ron Westmoreland’s story is just as thrilling as the suspense-filled movie.
The art of raising a church
Churches often use the label “family church” to indicate a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
First Pentecostal Church of God in Greenville is also a “family” church in the basic sense of the word, for it has been pastored for 50 years by members of the same family.
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