GREENVILLE - For the second time in about a week, a majority vote has been received expressing the council’s desire to settle the lawsuit between the two sides. But the decision was not unanimous.
Several Northeast Texas entities will be among the participants in this weekend’s Great Texas Warrant Roundup.
COMMERCE - A Commerce man who set fire to his jail cell has been sentenced to half a dozen years behind bars.
The latest edition of the United States Drought Monitor for the State of Texas shows a few area counties no longer under a drought.
GREENVILLE - A compromise has been reached concerning a busy intersection in Greenville following a Wednesday meeting among business leaders, city and transportation officials.
GREENVILLE - A Rains County woman has been convicted on federal charges for illegally selling firearms at area flea markets.
PARIS - Environmentalists who oppose the Keystone XL Pipeline are again planning to converge on the Lamar County Courthouse Friday in support of Julie Triggs Crawford.
GREENVILLE - The local branch of the National Weather Service Office is on pace to exceed last year’s number of storm stoppers trained after a historic severe weather season in 2011.
SULPHUR SPRINGS - As one Sulphur Springs manufacturing facility plans to close, another is just in the beginning stages of a planned expansion which will ironically add as many jobs as will be lost.
PLANO - The University flag at A&M-Commerce is at half staff Wednesday in honor of James L. “Jim” Toler, who died February 18 in Plano after a long battle with Parkinson’s.