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Lone Oak ISD foundation earns recognition at state convention
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Trial scheduled in reported robbery, shooting
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Herald-Banner Apr 21
Sections of 31 Greenville streets to get program makeovers
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Herald-Banner Apr 20
Local council, school board candidates ask for votes
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Herald-Banner Apr 20
Full days ahead for Hunt County Fair
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Herald-Banner Apr 20
Greenville ISD police chief thinks back on 1999 Columbine shooting
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Herald-Banner Apr 20
Hospital officials say $28 million bond needed for expansion
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Herald-Banner Apr 19
Bolu Odunuga brought Harriet Tubman to life and Austin Brown chose to portray Marvel Comics writer, editor, publisher and producer Stan Lee as his subject for Thursday’s fifth grade historical wax museum project at...
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Herald-Banner Apr 19
Hunt County leadership class raising funds for Commerce ISD facility
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Herald-Banner Apr 19
It's Hunt County Fair time!
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Herald-Banner Apr 19
The Hunt County Fair opens today, and Randy Rogers Band performs tonight!
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Herald-Banner Apr 18
Greenville ISD police address 'stranger danger' incident
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Herald-Banner Apr 18
The Greenville Department of Parks and Recreation has announced that due to the weather tonight's Joe Hudson Collision Center Easter Eggstravaganza has been rescheduled for Friday night at the Greenville SportsPark. The gates will open at 6 p.m. and the hunt begins at 6:30 p.m.
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Herald-Banner Apr 18
GEUS to help bring first lights to Navajo nation
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Herald-Banner Apr 18
Public forum tonight on hospital bond election
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Herald-Banner Apr 17
Hunt County is not currently included under the watc.
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Herald-Banner Apr 17
As of 5 p.m., there are no severe weather watches or warnings posted in the North Texas area, although the National Weather Service is still forecasting a 70 percent chance of potentially strong to severe storms in...
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Herald-Banner Apr 17
Update on the potential for severe weather overnight.
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Herald-Banner Apr 17
GEUS receives national reliability honor
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Herald-Banner Apr 17
Fireworks on sale in county to celebrate holiday
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