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This year’s back-to-school season is unlike any we’ve experienced yet. On top of our normal excitement and anxieties, we’re confronting changes made necessary by the continued spread of the pandemic coronavirus.
Even with some events being curtailed because of the pandemic, there are several Christmas parades and related events planned across the area during December.
A local holiday tradition, horse-drawn wagon rides through one of the city’s most brightly decorated neighborhoods, is scheduled to return for the holiday season, with modifications in place to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
This Week's Circulars
Mary Alice Vaughn passed away peacefully at her residence in Celeste, Texas on November 24, 2020. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Services will be held at Peters Funeral Home.
Philip Winston Rigsby, 78, of Greenville, Texas passed away Nov. 24, 2020. Please leave online condolences at lynchfuneralservice.com
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- Commissioners again tackle Poetry’s borders
- County reports 52 COVID-19 cases, another death
- County adds more than 50 COVID-19 cases
- Park Street wagon rides scheduled
- Trial scheduled in Greenville ISD theft case
- Area cities plan Christmas parades, drive-throughs
- A servant's heart: Current balances busy lifestyle to help others
- Quinlan buffalo 'WildThing' remains faithful house pet
- Guilty plea, prison sentence given in teacher/student case
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