Greenville – An indictment for murder has been returned in a reported Greenville homicide. Joshua William Lay has been indicted in the August shooting death of Darryl Dwayne Feggett. Lay reportedly has given a statement admitting to the shooting and the suspected murder weapon has been recovered.
Commerce – Due to recent rain, the City of Commerce will begin this week a round of mosquito spraying throughout the city to help control the population.
The Public Works Department will be spraying chemicals of low toxicity to people and pets, but are advising against direct contact with the pesticides. Residents are asked to stay indoors when the truck is in your area, otherwise the chemicals will not be distributed.
Crews will be spraying after 7:00 p.m., during peak mosquito biting times.
Bonham – The Bonham School Board will meet in regular session Monday evening, which includes discussion of this month's general election.
Administrators had asked voters to approve $40 million in bonds to be used toward a number of campus improvements. Officials had stated that for a $50,000 home, the increased tax to cover the bond payment will be approximately $149 annually. The item failed, however, with 70 percent of voters against the measure.
Farmersville – A Hunt County woman has died following a traffic accident this week near Farmersville.
43-year-old Leslie Shawn Morales, of Greenville, was killed Wednesday when the vehicle she was driving collided with a tractor-trailer at the intersection of FM 36 and HW 380.
According to State Troopers, Morales was driving an SUV southbound early that morning when she appeared to have disregarded a stop sign, hitting a tractor trailer rig traveling westbound on Highway 380.