The presidential race in Texas looks more competitive than it has been in decades. More than 8 million Texans have already voted early. Many candidates will opt for social distancing instead of their normal results watch parties. And there's a decent chance we won't know many of the results by the time everyone goes to bed. If you're planning on watching the votes tick in, here are a few things to keep in mind.
Texas voters are now required to wear face masks when casting ballots during the pandemic, a federal district judge ruled Tuesday, invalidating an exemption for polling places that Gov. Greg Abbott had included in his statewide mask mandate.
At a campaign event in Dallas on Thursday, Gov. Greg Abbott issued a string of new legislative proposals to raise penalties and create new crimes for offenses committed at protests.
The Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum will open two Christmas-themed exhibits in December – a collection of ceramic Santa Claus figures, and another of folk art Nativity scenes from around the world.
Greenville ISD’s partnership with Carevide – which has been named the Family Health Connection – had its official launch earlier this month, and will continue to offer students easier access to low-cost healthcare throughout school breaks and regardless of school closures because of COVID-19.
Equine enthusiasts will have a chance this weekend to get up close to some gentle giants, while also benefiting a local agency providing food for needy families this Christmas.
Hunt County headed into the Thanksgiving holiday reporting sharply rising COVID-19 statistics, almost doubling its total number of week’s cases in one day.
Individuals and organizations are again being recruited to assist the Herald-Banner in providing food for needy families in the community through the 17th annual Cares and Shares Food Drive with Hunt County Shared Ministries/FISH.
Forming an emotional bond with an animal is far from unusual for most people, but for the last 15 years, R.C. Bridges of Quinlan has nurtured a unique relationship with his buffalo, WildThing, whose species even Bridges admits “isn’t usually trainable.”
Trial has been scheduled next summer for a former Greenville Independent School District official indicted in connection with the alleged theft of thousands of dollars from the district.
A former teacher with the Quinlan Independent School District has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to an indictment alleging he had an improper relationship with a student.
The Hunt County Commissioners Court is scheduled today to consider renewing the county’s membership in a program that helps pay for defense attorneys in death penalty capital murder cases.
WASHINGTON — The General Services Administration ascertained Monday that President-elect Joe Biden is the “apparent winner” of the Nov. 3 election, clearing the way for the start of the transition from President Donald Trump’s administration and allowing Biden to coordinate with federal agen…
- Suspect identified, sought in Sept. 30 homicide
- Trial scheduled in Greenville ISD theft case
- Quinlan buffalo 'WildThing' remains faithful house pet
- Guilty plea, prison sentence given in teacher/student case
- These health care workers will be first in line for COVID-19 vaccine
- County reports 52 COVID-19 cases, another death
- County adds more than 50 COVID-19 cases
- Prison sentence ordered in intoxication manslaughter case
- Commissioners again tackle Poetry’s borders
- Park Street wagon rides scheduled