Greenville – The ongoing dispute between the City of Greenville and L-3 Mission Integration is scheduled for a court appearance Tuesday.
L-3 rests on the property of Major's Field Municipal Airport. Officials with the Defense Contractor claim the City is using a re-plat of the airport to circumvent a recent ruling and make the land taxable. The injunction sought by L-3 would prevent the re-plat from being formally filed.
Sulphur Springs – About 700 people were on hand during Thursday's 85th Annual Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce membership banquet, which featured guest speaker former Wildcat and NFL Hall of Famer Forrest Gregg.
Alliance Bank President Tom Sellers was named the Citizen of the Year, while Lady of the Year went to Pauline Hayden.
Agriculturist of the Year was awarded to Humphrey and Humphrey Dairy and Care Giver of the Year was Jennifer Roberts.
– Trey Turner is public relations office with the Texas Department of Transportation's Paris District Office.
He says workers are scheduled to repair any potholes beginning next week.
"Unfortunately with this winter weather, whenever there's cracks in the roadway, the liquid does get into it and whenever there's a freeze it expands. Then of course with a thaw, trucks and cars driving over the highway, it will cause potholes."
Greenville – A Tuesday shooting victim has died and Greenville police have now issued a murder warrant for the suspect.
22-year-old Treybbian Leekey Nelson was transported to a Dallas hospital after being shot in the 1000 block of Edgar Street, but died from his injuries after undergoing surgery.
An arrest warrant has now been issued for Tyrone Laron McCurdy, although unconfirmed reports indicate McCurdy may have committed suicide. Greenville Police Chief Daniel J. Busken had not confirmed that report as of this morning.