Commerce – Improvements are on the way for Hunt Regional Community Hospital in Commerce. The Hunt Memorial Hospital District (HMHD) Board recently gave approval for the installation of new HVAC equipment.
Greg Youngs is the Project Manager with Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville. He says the facility was originally setup with a chilled water system. Most of that system has since been replaced with a more cost effective, individually controlled air conditioner in each room.
– The State's Summer Nutrition Program takes up where the free and reduced school lunch program leaves off.
Any child age 18 and under can get a free lunch and in some locations even more.
"In many instances, not only do children have access to a nutritious meal or snack through the Summer Nutrition Program, but they also have summer exercise activities," said Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples.
Greenville – Trial has been scheduled in a Greenville aggravated kidnapping case. 39-year-old Thomas Patrick Miller, of Greenville, will face a September 19 trial date for allegedly holding a woman hostage in January.
Miller remains in custody at the Hunt County Jail on $255,000 bond for charges of aggravated kidnapping and assault/family violence. He has pleaded not guilty.
Commerce – Eastfield College students can seamlessly transfer to Texas A&M University-Commerce after completing their associate's degree following a recent dual admission articulation agreement between the colleges at Eastfield College in Mesquite.