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Reynolds Foundry was associated with Gainsville Ironworks. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Reynolds Foundry

Towns around Texas had their own iron works.  Greenville may have had two or three at one time.  These businesses were often found where two or more railroads crossed or had a division point.  The Missouri-Kansas-Texas (Katy) had one such presence in Greenville.  Everything from grab irons to steps could […]

It looked and sounded like Smith Gilley was telling candidate Kendall Scudder how things are done in Hunt County. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Faces and Places: Ken Scudder at La Ventana

Kendall Scudder is a Candidate for Texas Senate, District 2 in 2018.  Kendall Scudder, the Manager of Community Services for a Dallas nonprofit affordable housing organization, announced his intentions to challenge Bob Hall in 2018 to represent Texas Senate District 2. Ken is a Sulphur Springs Native, SHSU Bearkat, and […]

Brian Weaver's interpretation of "Be Seen" is being carefully lifted to its mount next to the Landmark on Lee.  Image courtesy of Katherine Ferguson via Facebook.

See and Be Seen

Local artist Brian Weaver created “Be Seen,” an interactive sculpture that is mounted on a wall at the Renshaw, Davis and Ferguson Law Firm. The sculpture became reality today as an all-terrain fork lift was utilized to mount the blue “Be Seen” figure overlooking the wall at the law firm.  […]

It is rally time once again in Greenville and Hunt County.  Image courtesy of the Chamber of Commerce.

Cotton Patch Weekend

Bicyclist from around the world will descend upon Greenville on the weekend of September 16th. The Cotton Patch Challenge is a series of bicycle tours ranging from 12-miles around the city to a long 74-mile tour into Rains County.  This will be the first time that a challenge course crosses over […]