Hunt County – A possible change of venue may be ordered in a case concerning the construction of the Hunt County Criminal Justice Center.
Defense attorneys for Frank W. Neal & Associates Incorporated, the engineers in the project, are seeking the venue change due to extensive media coverage. Attorneys representing Hunt County have denied the claims.
A hearing is set for Friday to hear arguments from both sides.
Greenville – Republican lawmakers are in Greenville tonight for a town hall meeting.
State Representative for District Two Dan Flynn and other members of the Texas Conservative Coalition - the conservative caucus of the Texas Legislature - will host the meeting.
The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in Fletcher Warren Civic Center, and will focus on what the caucus believes is the failure of big government in California and Washington, and what it means for the future of Texas.
– A recent report shows only about one in five area residents have health insurance.
Information from the Texas Demographer's Office shows that more than 20 percent of Hunt county's population is uninsured. The statistics are similar for counties across the Northeast Texas area.
The report breaks down percentage estimates of the non-institutional civilian populations in each Texas county or groups of smaller population counties identified as a Public-use micro data area (PUMA).
Bonham – The Bonham ISD is scheduled Monday to hold it's second of four community forums to discuss its $40 million bond proposal.
If approved, the district hopes to attach the 5th and 6th grade to the existing L.H. Rather campus, move 4th grade to Finley-Oats by constructing a new wing, as well as a new gym at Finley-Oats. New core facilities have also been discussed for Bonham High School such as a new front entrance, office space, cafeteria, media center, and gym and science labs.