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6:00 am
Thu June 5, 2008

Design phase still in works for Texas A&M<BR>University-Commerce new Music Building

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KETR Local
4:20 am
Thu June 5, 2008

Design phase still in works for Texas A&M<BR>University-Commerce new Music Building

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KETR Local
9:53 am
Wed June 4, 2008

Hunt County jail escapee sentenced to state jail

Greenville – A Hunt County jail escapee has been sentenced to state jail. Tina Ilene McCasland of Greenville had probation on a charge of forgery by utterance revoked Tuesday and was sentenced to 15 months in a state jail. McCasland had forfeited her bond on the charge last week when she failed to appear for a probation revocation hearing. That same day, she reportedly fled from sheriff's officers who were transporting her from District Court to the Hunt County Jail.

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KETR Local
9:51 am
Wed June 4, 2008

Director named to United Way of Hunt County

Hunt County – A director has been found for the United Way of Hunt County. Stacey Blasingame, currently office manager for the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, has been hired to the position. She'll succeed Lana Calvery, who stepped down from the post last month after getting married and moving to Arkansas.

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KETR Local
9:48 am
Wed June 4, 2008

Motorcycle chase suspect still in custody

Hunt County – A motorcycle chase suspect remains in custody Wednesday. Bryan Tredway of Lone Oak was formally charged in Rockwall County Tuesday with evading arrest, for allegedly leading law enforcement officers on a high-speed chase which ended Monday at Crossroads Mall in Greenville. Tredway, who is on parole for an unspecified previous conviction, was being held Tuesday on $15,000 bond.

Click the MP3 icon to listen as KETR's Greenville Correspondent Brad Kellar reports.

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KETR Local
6:08 am
Wed June 4, 2008

Matching grant to aid City of Commerce

Commerce – With the appropriation of and $11,000 match by the city of Commerce, an extra $14,000 has been earned. The $25,000 total is part of an approved Audio/Visual grant through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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KETR Local
6:05 am
Wed June 4, 2008

TxDot project to cost the City of Commerce

Commerce – An upcoming state highway project, to be performed east of Commerce, is costing the city. Tuesday night council members passed a resolution authorizing an agreement with Hayter Engineering for services on relocation of utility lines along Highway 11. In a few months, TxDot will be widening Highway 11 from where it intersects Culver Street east to the Sulphur River or Hopkins County line. The City of Commerce is required by the state to widen the placement of its utility lines so that it doesn't interfere with construction.

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KETR Local
5:59 am
Tue June 3, 2008

Mosquito spraying this month in Commerce

Commerce – Beginning this week and continuing throughout the month the City of Commerce will be spraying insecticide to help control the mosquito population. While the product sprayed is of low toxicity to people and pets, direct contact should be avoided. Spraying, to take place during peek mosquito biting hours, will be evenings beginning at 7 p.m. Residents are advised to stay indoors when the spray truck is in your area.

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KETR Local
12:12 am
Tue June 3, 2008

One of Greenville's tallest buildings to be sold

Greenville – One of Greenville's tallest buildings will be sold soon. Officials with Paris Junior College are in the process of selling off their current Greenville campus building. The school has begun advertising for bids for the property on Jack Finney Boulevard. The college has outgrown the 21,000 square foot structure, which was one of the main reasons the new campus is being built. The location will be next to Greenville High School.

Click the MP3 icon to listen as KETR's Greenville Correspondent Brad Kellar reports.

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KETR Local
12:10 am
Tue June 3, 2008

Two arrested following car chase Monday in Greenville

Greenville – Greenville police arrest two following car chase Monday. Two men, already wanted in the State of Oklahoma, were reported to be suspects in a burglary of a Hunt County residence, before leading officers in a brief pursuit through downtown Greenville. The chase proceeded east along Lee and through the downtown area before ending at the intersection of Hemphill and Sixth Streets, where both individuals inside the vehicle were taken into custody. Both suspects had outstanding warrants out of Oklahoma.

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