It may not take that long to determine who will get the job of rebuilding a portion of one of Greenville’s busiest streets.
Only one bid was received for the reconstruction of the south end of Sayle Street, although the estimate came in a little higher than what city officials were expecting.
Pavecon Public Works LP was the sole bidder on the project, submitting an estimate of $988,166.55. The sealed bid was opened and made public Thursday afternoon and will now be evaluated and presented to the Greenville City Council for its consideration.
In addition to a second team all-Lone Star Conference honor, senior Devondrick Walker was also named to the academic all-LSC team at Tuesday's LSC Awards Banquet.
It is the second straight year for Walker to be an academic all-conference choice, who carries a 3.46 GPA in Sport & Rec. Management. The senior from Garland also earned an all-LSC second team nod at the awards banquet, the first all-conference selection of his career.
The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced the All-Region honors for the Division II regions and three men and two women student-athletes earned regional honors for the Lions.
Anthony Harris, Hendrik Nungess and Matt Rich received the honor for the men and Brikel Bailey and Ashley Ross receiving the honor on the women's side.
Commerce Mayor John Ballotti says the city will soon be able to complete the paving of Monroe Street between Live Oak and Bonham. The mayor says work is expected to begin any day on the demolition of the old Lone Star Pizza building on Live Oak, and the construction of a new Schlotzky's restaurant. And Wal-Mart will soon install gas pumps, the mayor says.
Texas A&M-Commerce led for 9.5 seconds of the second half. Fortunately for the Lions, it was the final eight seconds as they rallied from as many as 13 down in the second half to eventually escape Thursday’s quarterfinal game with Eastern New Mexico, 74-73.
Kameron Price hit two free throws to give the Lions the lead and then LSC Defensive Player of the Year Christian Macauley altered a running jump shot by ENMU’s Rodney Blackmon that rimmed off to give A&M-C the dramatic win.
No. 4 A&M-Commerce (19-8, 6-7 LSC) vs No. 5 Eastern New Mexico (14-10, 7-7 LSC) Thursday, March 6, 2014 • 8:30 p.m. • LSC Tournament First Round Allen Event Center (6,225) • Allen, Texas
STORY LINE • The Lions will enter this week's Lone Star Conference Tournament one of the hottest teams in the league, having reeled off four straight wins to close out the regular season after its victory on Saturday over No. 2 Tarleton State.
A&M-Commerce could not repeat their performance from Saturday versus Tarleton State in the Quarterfinals of the Lone Star Conference Tournament, losing 84-55. The TexAnns used a 16-2 scoring run in the opening five minutes of the game.
The Lions never tied or trailed, which was the exact opposite of what happened in Commerce just four days ago.
The Lone Star Conference released the All-Conference and Individual awards and senior forward Breanna Harris earned First Team All-LSC honors. The awards announcement came Tuesday night at a pre-championship banquet in Allen, Texas, where the LSC Basketball Championship tournament is set to begin on Wednesday.
Dozens of animals were seized Wednesday from a residence near Royse City, after they were allegedly discovered living in crates inside the home.
“The living conditions were, obviously, terrible,” said Hunt County Constable Precinct 1 Terry Jones, who joined representatives with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals of Texas, deputies with the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office and Investigator Mike Pierce with the Hunt County Attorney’s Office in the action.