Greenville – Ceremonies to remember 9/11 are again scheduled in Greenville this week.
"We Remember," the fourth annual Hunt County Patriot Day Memorial, is scheduled at the north steps of the courthouse beginning at 10 a.m. Thursday.
The Greenville Police Department Honor Guard is to offer a 21 gun salute, while the Greenville Fire Department will conduct a bell ceremony and the Hunt County Veterans Honor Guard will present a tribute to the United States military.
Dallas – Fresh off a 33-10 win in the season opener, the Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions can now turn their attention to the 2010 Harvey Martin Classic against the Angelo State Rams on Saturday at 5 p.m. at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
Greenville – The Hunt County Sheriff's office is continuing its battle against drugs, notably methamphetamine, with chemical dependency courses targeting inmates who are drug users.
In partnership with Dr. LaVelle Hendricks, student affairs coordinator and assistant professor at Texas A&M University-Commerce, officials hope to further educate themselves and others about meth and its association with Hunt County.
Greenville – Local firefighters will be the beneficiaries of an event this weekend.
The third annual Jane H. Taylor Run for the Red benefit is scheduled for Saturday at the Hunt County Fairgrounds in Greenville.
Organizer Jay Adkins says Taylor, his mother-in-law, passed away shortly before the first event. Adkins says Taylor was an avid supporter of the County's volunteer fire departments and one of the first leaders of the Hunt County Firefighter Association.