COOPER - The Sulphur River Regional Mobility Authority (SURRMA) Board of Directors laid out the details of a planned expansion to Highway 24 during a recent meeting.
QUITMAN - A county judge in East Texas has been cleared of official oppression over removal of a protester who wore duct tape on his mouth to protest a ban on public comment.
COMMERCE - A Commerce kidnapping suspect is in custody and a woman safe after the Thursday morning incident in the 100 block of Maple Avenue.
COOPER - A Delta County man has been laid to rest after a deadly motorcycle crash last Friday. Services were held Wednesday for Stephen Bryan Hicks.
HOPKINS COUNTY - An investigation is underway after a huge marijuana farm was found along the Hopkins-Franklin County line.
GREENVILLE - A Commerce woman receives probation after pleading guilty to two counts of using a debit card without permission.
GREENVILLE - The punishment for convicted murderer Randall Douglas Smith will have to wait two more weeks after a judge grants a pre-sentence investigation.
SULPHUR SPRINGS - Sulphur Springs ISD administrators this week learned that their new Middle School, originally scheduled for completion this November, will instead be finished in December.
GREENVILLE - Assistant City Manager John Adel has announced that Tess Todora has been hired as the new Venue Manager for the City of Greenville.
HOPKINS COUNTY - State Troopers are reporting an accident between a car and a horse early Wednesday morning that left two men hospitalized.
AUSTIN - A coalition of more than 150 school districts has sued the state of Texas over a school funding system they say is unfair, inefficient and unconstitutional.
The coalition represents more than one in 10 Texas districts, including several local districts like Bonham, Commerce, Greenville and Paris.
BONHAM - The Bonham ISD is the recipient of a 50,000 grant to enhance energy use. The district this week approved a resolution authorizing an agreement into the Energy Efficiency Grants and Technical Assistance Program.
GREENVILLE - Sentencing is expected to conclude Wednesday for Randall Douglas Smith, following his confession Monday to the 2009 murder of a fellow Caddo Mills resident.
LYNDON, Kansas - James Kraig Kahler was convicted in August of murdering his wife, their two daughters, and his wife’s grandmother.
GREENVILLE - The Hunt County Commissioners Court has voted to renew the county’s burn ban for another 90 days as a result of the continuous drought.