A long-anticipated plan for a new lake in southeastern Fannin County – Lake Ralph Hall – received state approval today.
Some welcome rains this afternoon aren't enough to make a dent in the overall drought in Northeast Texas.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality will be the next agency to review the plan for Lake Ralph Hall, which supporters say would be an environmental boon as well as a needed water source.
COMMERCE - The City of Commerce has issued notice to rescind the advisory for high nitrites in the drinking water. The water delivered to homes in the city has been deemed safe.
The high nitrite levels in Commerce are also affecting water supply in Northeast Hunt county and Western Delta county.
The City of Commerce has issued a mandatory public notice regarding the public water supply, required by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
Citizens in unincorporated Texas area again urged to follow proper burning procedures amid two local wildfires that burned 50 acres Tuesday.
GREENVILLE - A dedication ceremony is Tuesday at 1 p.m. for the City of Greenville’s new $20 million wastewater reclamation center.
JACOBIA - Some residents of a rural Hunt County community had to make do without running water for 36 hours or more. Citizens in Jacobia are now being asked to boil what they receive.