– The State's Summer Nutrition Program takes up where the free and reduced school lunch program leaves off.
Any child age 18 and under can get a free lunch and in some locations even more.
"In many instances, not only do children have access to a nutritious meal or snack through the Summer Nutrition Program, but they also have summer exercise activities," said Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples.
Greenville – Trial has been scheduled in a Greenville aggravated kidnapping case. 39-year-old Thomas Patrick Miller, of Greenville, will face a September 19 trial date for allegedly holding a woman hostage in January.
Miller remains in custody at the Hunt County Jail on $255,000 bond for charges of aggravated kidnapping and assault/family violence. He has pleaded not guilty.
Commerce – Eastfield College students can seamlessly transfer to Texas A&M University-Commerce after completing their associate's degree following a recent dual admission articulation agreement between the colleges at Eastfield College in Mesquite.
West Tawakoni – An investigation is underway into a reported kidnapping Monday in Hunt County. A 54-year-old man remained in jail as of Tuesday, awaiting arraignment on a charge of aggravated kidnapping.
The Sheriff's Office says the incident stemmed from an armed abduction near West Tawakoni on Monday.
Commerce – The Commerce City Council Tuesday gave the go-ahead for the construction of a new restroom facility at City Park.
The low-bidder on the project was We Build Inc. (a Harrison, Walker and Harper company) out of Paris in the amount of $111,715. But council plans to knock that figure down to as low as $94,744 by issuing future change orders of the design or deletion of some design items.