Herald Banner and Commerce Journal editor Caleb Slinkard discusses the recent outburst of violence in Greenville, including the stabbing deaths of two young men at a skating rink last weekend. A community rally opposing violence is set for 2 p.m., Sunday, August 24 at the Hunt County Courthouse in downtown Greenville. Caleb also discusses the status of the Crossroad Mall remodeling project and the proposed YMCA/convention center building.
Randy Pennington -- author, speaker, business consultant, native of Greenville and alumnus of East Texas State University -- says change is happening exponentially, which means it's literally overwhelming for many people. His latest book is "Make Change Work."
Texas A&M University-Commerce assistant professor of counseling Dr. Linda Ball discusses marriage issues. She says research shows that it takes married couples six years to realize that problems exist in their relationship.
Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller discusses the new slaughtering plant that will apparently be coming to Cooper, providing 15-20 jobs. Cindy also discusses plans for a new program at Cooper Elementary School that will provide free breakfast and lunch for all children at the school.