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- Reward offered in case of severely burned cat
More discussion set on development prospects
City officials are continuing to meet with several potential economic development prospects who may want to come to, or stay in or near Greenville.
- Quinlan residents to discuss shooting of “town dog” at city council meeting
Good Friday closings announced
Most government offices will be taking a three-day weekend in observance of the Good Friday holiday, while multiple Easter egg hunts are scheduled this coming weekend.
New track, turf needed at high school stadium
The Greenville Independent School District Board of Trustees is scheduled again this week to consider approving expenditures for repairs at local campuses.
Identity of deceased woman released
The Hunt County Sheriff’s Office has revealed the name of a woman who was found deceased north of Greenville Friday.
Music to fill air at county fair
This year’s Hunt County fair will be filled with a variety of music.
- Power outage in far North Greenville
Marching for balance
Rob Etnyre believes actions speak louder than words.
Authorities seeking to confirm identity of body found
Hunt County Sheriff’s investigators were attempting Friday evening to confirm the identity of a woman whose body was found earlier in the day.
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