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12:30 am
Fri November 2, 2007

Last day to vote early

Greenville – Time's running out to vote early for the Texas Constitutional Amendment election. Today is also the last day to vote early for many school bond and tax roll-back elections throughout the area.

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12:27 am
Fri November 2, 2007

NC beach house fire with Greenville ties

Greenville – A North Carolina tragedy has local connections. A fire at a North Carolina beach house Sunday reportedly killed seven college students. 18 William Robert Rhea was killed while his brother survived. The father of the boys graduated from Greenville High School and their grandfather once served as the Hunt County Surveyor.

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12:23 am
Fri November 2, 2007

Trial for Greenville man postponed

Greenville – An aggravated assault trial has been postponed for several months. Richard Whytus is charged with running his car into a daycare center in Greenville while drunk. Jury selection was set to begin Monday, but the trial has been postponed until February.

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11:40 am
Thu November 1, 2007

Texas A&M Commerce women's basketball nationally ranked

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12:31 am
Thu November 1, 2007

Bond reduced in Tawakoni stabbing

Greenville – Bond has been reduced in a stabbing case. Christopher Scott Carson is charged with attempted murder in a near-fatal August stabbing incident in West Tawakoni. Now, Carson's bond has been reduced from $500,00 to $200,000.

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12:27 am
Thu November 1, 2007

Commerce capital murder case move forward

Greenville – A capital murder case involving the death of a Commerce man appears to be moving forward. Michael Anthony Green has been returned to the Hunt County Jail after spedning time in a state mental hospital.

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12:22 am
Thu November 1, 2007

New municipal judge in Greenville

Greenville – The City of Greenville has a new municipal judge. Gloria Peters Mitchell was appointed to the position Wednesday. Mitchell currently serves as the Assistant Municipal Court Judge for Greenville. She also serves as a justice of the peace in Hunt County for 24 years.

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2:25 am
Wed October 31, 2007

Greenville teacher wins lawsuit against district

Greenville – A former Greenville school teacher has won an appeal of her lawsuit against the school district. Karen Jo Barrow won a federal discrimination suit related to a claim that district officials told her she must enroll her children in the public school in order to be considered for any administrative position in the district.

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2:18 am
Wed October 31, 2007

Halloween downtown

Greenville – There will be trick or treating in many downtown areas tonight, and in Greenville, the theme is Television Classics . The City, Drug Free Greenville, and downtown merchants are hosting Halloween on the Square again this year and the first 1,000 children will receive a special trick-or-treat bag as the Blandelles provide live music.

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11:59 am
Tue October 30, 2007

Commerce Volleyball Playoffs start tonight!

Greenville – The commerce girl's volleyball team begins playoff action tonight at the Greenville High School. Gametime is set for 7pm as the Tigers face the Bonham Purple Warriors.

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