Greenville – A not guilty plea has been entered in a Hunt County family violence case.
Timmy Lee Sprayberry, of Greenville, was arraigned Monday on one count of assault causing bodily injury to a family member. He also pleaded not guilty to a separate charge of possession of methamphetamine.
A tentative trial date was set for October 16 for both cases.
Greenville – A town hall meeting on healthcare reform is set for tomorrow in Greenville.
State Representative Dan Flynn is hosting the meeting concerning the recently enacted healthcare reform legislation. Flynn, who represents Texas House District 2, will discuss the bill and Texas' plans to oppose the measure.
Along with Flynn will appear former Texas State Representative Arlene Wohlgemuth.
The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. at The Landmark on Lee Street downtown.
Commerce – The Commerce Rotary Club is pleased to announce that this year's Commerce Idol talent show and scholarship fundraiser boasted the largest audience in the event's five-year history. The annual event is the Commerce Rotary's largest fundraiser of the year; the money raised is used for scholarships awarded each year to Commerce High School seniors. Two students are selected each year and each are awarded $500 for four school semesters.
Commerce – Remington College students can now transfer their credit hours into specific programs at Texas A&M University-Commerce thanks to an articulation agreement between the schools on Monday at Remington College-Dallas in Garland.
"We are here today to witness history," said Skip Walls, Remington College-Dallas campus president. "Because of the progressive thinkers at Texas A&M University-Commerce, a relationship has been consummated."
– State Representative for District 3 Mark Homer is calling out to residents who've purchased Texas prepaid tuition contracts.
Since privacy laws protect the list of families who purchased the contracts, Tomorrow Fund Families is asking state representatives for help in locating families who may have questions about their contracts.