Dr. LaVelle Hendricks, associate professor of counseling at Texas A&M-Commerce, relates plans for a Zoom town-hall meeting on "What Does It Mean Today to be Black in America" at 1 p.m. today (Monday, June 8). Dr. Hendricks will moderate the discussion with A&M-Commerce faculty, staff and students. A&M-Commerce President Dr.
Hank Pickering, a supporter of the Northeast Texas Trail from Wolfe City, says the NETT has seen more visitors during the coronavirus crisis. About 23,000 visitors to the trail were recorded in Paris during the month of April, about four times the average number, Hank says. "Tame the Trail" on Saturday, June 13 will bring supporters of the Trail out to perform clean-up activities in Wolfe City.
Cynthia Beacom, Hunt County Master Gardener, recommends the "Texas Superstar" pentas, a flowering plant that provides continuous color and is a favorite of butterflies. Texas Superstars are designated by Texas A&M Agrilife as plants that are especially well-suited to the Texas climate. Cynthia also discusses the
Carol Taylor, Hunt County Historical Commission chairman, relates the stories of tornadoes that have touched down in Greenville and the surrounding area over the years, including one in 1870 that destroyed the Hunt County Courthouse.