In planning a trip to West Texas we scheduled a full day for exploring Marfa, a remote community of under 2,000 people located three hours southeast of El Paso. The area has long fascinated residents and visitors alike with its mysterious “Marfa lights” that appear in the southern night sky.
Sam Houston State was barely on the radar outside of Huntsville when the 2018-19 women’s basketball season got underway. But over the course of the next few months, the Bearkats made themselves impossible to ignore.
A Commerce man has been indicted on multiple counts in connection with several recent robberies in Greenville, one of which ended in a chase across the county.
A Greenville man is facing trial this week on multiple indictments charging him with the sexual assault of a child, the online solicitation of minor children and the possession of child pornography.
Country music artist and East Texas-native Cody Wayne will play in Commerce next week. But his upcoming performance holds special significance as he campaigns to raise money for U.S. veterans with his latest single.
In celebration of Make a Difference Day, Keep Greenville Beautiful will meet volunteers at Super 1 Foods for its second Long Branch Creek trash cleanup at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 26.
Legendary football coach Gene Stallings will be the guest speaker Tuesday for a regional meeting of the Texas County Tax Assessors/Collectors Association at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center in Greenville.
A Wolfe City resident was killed late Fridsy night when his motorcycle crashed along Interstate 30.Texas Department of Public Safety Sgt. Kyle Bradford reported Justin Linex, 32, was driving a silver 2002 Harley Davidson along the westbound near the 89 mile marker of the north service road o…
Former Greenville High School principal and track and field coach Bill Walters, who was also a standout sprinter and long jumper, has died at the age of 88.
The GEUS Board of Trustees Thursday discussed the question of ‘opt in vs. opt out’ in regard to the municipally-owned utility company’s proposed RoundUP program.
COMMERCE — For the second time in as many months, the Commerce City Council tabled a measure that would establish a lien forgiveness program on properties within the city on Tuesday, and it looks as if the city will be starting from square one.
This Week's Circulars
Reuben G. Milton, longtime resident of Wolfe City, passed away Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019, at Brookdale Willows Assisted Living in Sherman. He was born in the Aberfoyle community of Hunt County on Feb. 27, 1920 to W.A.(Bill) Milton and Foy King Milton. He attended Aberfoyle schools and graduate…
- Lone Oak reassigns head football coach; promotes McFarlin
- Former GHS principal, coach Walters passes at 88
- Cortez's sack helps Royse City hold off Greenville, 17-14
- Retired local business woman celebrates 100th birthday
- Assault suspect charged with threatening jail employees
- TREE CLIMBING: Repeatedly unearthed human skull found
- One killed in motorcycle crash
- One plea given in Commerce E-Corps theft case
- ‘Remember the lost ones’: Country artist appearing in Commerce with new music, campaign for veterans
- Quinlan names Herald-Banner newspaper of record