GREENVILLE — Five local cowboy churches are hosting the fourth annual Hunt County Cowboy Gathering ranch rodeo at the Hunt County fairgrounds Saturday. The event features a variety of rodeo activities, including mutton bustin' and a calf scramble for children. The mutton bustin' sign in begins at 3:30 p.m. and the event begins at 5:30 p.m. The other rodeo events begin at 7 p.m. The proceeds will support Community SEEDS of Lone Oak and Women in Need, inc.
- Top News
- Clarification: Custody hearing this week for seized animals
QT auction ends this week
An online auction ends this week for land next door to the QuikTrip (QT) store in Greenville.
Higher property taxes likely next year
A property tax increase appears to be inevitable in next year’s City of Greenville budget.
Something old, something borrowed
Dozens of women have given up one of their household’s cherished heirlooms, to dress tiny children who never had a chance to go home.
City waiting on new street repair numbers
The City of Greenville is hoping for some good news this week, as a second set of bids are opened on the 2014 Street Improvement Program.
Forecast: Cool down expected this week
Greenville still has not recorded an official triple-digit high temperature this summer.
Arrests made in vehicle thefts, burglaries
Multiple arrests have been reported in connection with a string of vehicle thefts and burglaries south of Greenville.
Two charged in carjacking incident
Two people have been arrested and charged with armed robbery in connection with a carjacking earlier this month in Greenville.
Mural 129 years in the making
With paintbrushes in hand, members from the city of Commerce, Texas A&M University-Commerce, community leaders and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group put the final touches on the first mural in downtown Commerce on Friday.
Next Chamber luncheon to focus on education
Shortly after school bells have start ringing across Hunt County next month to start the fall semester, local business and government leaders will get a chance to receive a a lesson about what’s in store for the kids in the classroom.
- More Top News Headlines