Most of us at the Herald-Banner grew up and finished school without Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the like. Bullying was a problem back then, but you could generally get away from it when school let out. It's hard to imagine being subject to it both in person and online.

Twenty years ago, on a Tuesday morning in September, people were at work. Kids in school. Tourists sightseeing. Moms grocery shopping. Travelers boarding flights.

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Halloween on the Square may not be taking place in downtown Greenville again this year, but there are any number of events and activities available in the city and Hunt County where residents can scare up candy and fun.

Depending on where they live, voters in Hunt County will be making choices soon on whether to approve bonds to pay for a new Hunt County Jail and Criminal Justice Center, bonds for new school buildings and a multipurpose facility in the Commerce Independent School District, bonds for new sch…

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AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott today announced that D6 Inc. ("D6") will relocate their headquarters from Portland, Oregon, to Sulphur Springs, Texas, and expand their manufacturing presence in the state. D6 is an advanced design-to-shelf packaging manufacturer, using recycled plastics. The pr…

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Employees of the L3Harris plant in Greenville, and members of their families, lined up before dawn again Friday  for another “Stop The Mandate!” protest. Employees at the defense contractor are opposed to having to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as a result of President Joe Biden's September e…

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