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Tornado source of even more damage
The damage total in Hunt County as a result of last week’s tornadic thunderstorms continues to grow, as reports of damaged homes increase.
Innovation First reveals plans for expansion
Innovation First International (IFI) is expanding, significantly.
GISD sets forum on bond issue
Thursday is the last day for local voters to make sure they are registered, and have the correct address on their registration forms, in order to be eligible to participate in the May 10 Greenville Independent School District election.
Council approves new highway speed limit
Motorists will be able to drive a little faster when they are heading into or out of south Greenville on State Highway 34.
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Tornado bigger than first thought
Additional details were released Monday about the size and intensity of last week’s tornado which struck northern Hunt County.
Rains help lakes ... a little
Heavy rains over the weekend have helped raised the level of area lakes.
This Lone Oak High School student has merit
Gaston Luke Gilbert, a senior at Lone Oak High School, is the first student in the school’s history to be a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
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