Local Interest

These are stories that may not qualify as 'breaking local news,' but are still of importance and interest to our region.

Drought Monitor

The two year long weather phenomenon, La Nina, has gone.

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Have you had allergies lately? How about since the beginning of April? Well you might have a break from them this weekend!

Daniel Starks-KETR

As storm season hits its mid-life, Mother Nature is deciding to prove it in the western counties.

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They say that April showers bring May flowers, but in our case it's bringing May heat!

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Greenville's City Manager has released the latest newsletter, which addresses various project updates and other information important to residents of the Hunt County seat.

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This is where we live-blogged tonight's forum that took place at City Hall in Commerce, TX. Mayoral candidates: Dr. John Balotti and Coby Marcum. Council candidates: Emma Martin, Sue Davis. Steve Harrison, who opposes Emma Martin, could not be present for this forum.

According to a message from the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents, the proposed increase to semester credit hours at A&M-Commerce would see a jump from $99.68 to $109.68.

GREENVILLE - A local man is facing up to life in prison after pleading guilty to aggravated robbery.

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Winter has come and gone here in Northeast Texas, but apparently Mother Nature has different plans for the Northeastern states.

Think before you post

Apr 20, 2012

As social media becomes more integrated into our lives, it is becoming more obvious that job seekers should be careful what they post online.

Fair fun

Apr 19, 2012
Photo by Cindy Roller

Over 60 vintage vehicles converged on Cooper for the "Showdown on the Square" Car & Truck Show on  Saturday, April 14 in combination with the Delta County Fair.

Deadline not the 15th this year...

Commerce ISD sends 25 to UIL Academic Regionals

Apr 14, 2012
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COMMERCE - With over 400 points tallied, Commerce High School competed well against other district competitors at the UIL academic competition held April 5 at the school.

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A powerful upper level storm system is set to move through North Texas late tonight through tomorrow. As always, KETR is poised to deliver up-to-the-minute information, as the situation may warrant.

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GREENVILLE -  Greenville Police Chief Daniel Busken has received the 2012 Innovation Award from the Texas Police Chief’s Association.

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