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 COMMERCE — Dr. Elva A. Resendez, a faculty member in the Department of Management and Economics at A&M-Commerce, has accepted a position at Purdue University Fort Wayne, Indiana. She will assume her new role on Aug. 17.

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Even though the proposed legalization of retail liquor sales in Greenville won’t be decided upon until the November election, a public hearing about local ordinances regarding liquor sales is planned for this coming Tuesday’s city council meeting.

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Texas Republicans will be meeting this weekend to determine who will be their nominee to succeed former U.S. Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Fate) for the House District 4 post. Ratcliffe currently serves as the Director of National Intelligence, after being appointed by President Donald Trump, makin…

Even as the start of the fall semester in many school districts has been delayed this year because of the COVID-19 situation, shoppers across Texas can take advantage this weekend of a break from state and local sales taxes, during the annual sales tax holiday.

The Greenville Police Department has two events scheduled during the next two weekends, to help the department make up for the loss of the Summer of Safety and related programs because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This month, members of the community will have multiple opportunities to support Women In Need (WIN), a non-profit that focuses on re-empowering victims of domestic violence and providing them with a safe shelter, clothing, food, legal advocacy and counseling.

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AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott today visited the Texas Division of Emergency Management’s (TDEM) Warehouse in San Antonio where he provided an update on the state’s distribution of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to Texas school districts for the 2020-2021 academic year. The Governor note…

Felony and misdemeanor charges remain pending against a local couple, who lost their case in a state appeals court, concerning charges filed two years ago alleging they used their adopted children as slave labor in a puppy mill operation.

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With the most recent statistics pending the release from health officials across Hunt and Rockwall counties, reports from the end of last week revealed there have been more than 1,800 total COVID-19 cases, with more than 1,300 recoveries from more than 15,000 tests being performed.

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