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December 23, 2013

REMINDER: Offices closing this week for Christmas

GREENVILLE — City and county offices will be closing this week in observance of the Christmas holiday.

The Hunt County District Clerk's Office has announced it will be closing at 2 p.m. today.

The same offices will also get an extra Wednesday off to start the new year.

City of Greenville offices and the W. Walworth Harrison Public Library will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday. The City will also be closed on Wednesday, January 1 for the New Years Day holiday.

For after-hours utility emergencies, citizens may call 903-457-2948.

Hunt County offices will be closed on the same schedule.

Most State of Texas offices are scheduled to be open today and Tuesday although at least some are taking off Christmas Eve or will have a skeleton crew operating. All state offices are closed Christmas Day and Wednesday January 1.

All federal government offices will be closed Wednesday and Jan. 1. Senior Center Resources and Public Transit will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday and January 1.

The business offices and the editorial department of the Herald-Banner will be closed Wednesday and January 1.

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