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As families and individuals alike get working on their summer travel plans, one fun trek in the Upper East Side of Texas is Highway 11, connecting about 150 miles from Sherman to Linden and featuring a sprinkling of towns along the way to make the journey interesting.

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As families and individuals alike get working on their grand travel plans, County Line Magazine offers a handy itinerary for a good head start. Drive down a road less taken: Isn’t that where all adventure begins? 

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A historical marker honoring Major General Claire L. Chennault is scheduled to unveil October 14 at his childhood homestead, 1501 Monroe Street, in Commerce. The state marker is written in two Chinese dialects — believed to be the first marker in Chinese in Texas. Chennault organized the "Fl…

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The Hunt County Public Art project is holding Hearts for the Arts at 6:30 p.m. February 7 in the Emerald Ballroom behind Landon Winery in Greenville. The fundraising event includes heavy hors d'oeuvres, wine, craft beer, entertainment and an auction of artwork and other merchandise with proc…

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In its 11th year now, County Line Magazine’s annual survey keeps uncovering more and more local gems in the Upper East Side of Texas. More than 1500 nominations were received this year and 2014 showed that our region continues to grow as a Texas treasure with delicious food, wonderful attrac…

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County Line Magazine coordinated an annual poetry contest for Northeast Texas the past eight years to help give poets young and old a place to voice their thoughts and feelings during the month of April, National Poetry Month. For about 40 years, the Rusk County Poetry Society held a contest…

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For "nature nerds" and others, playing a game of "count the hawks" is a fun pastime on scenic drives and winter is a great time since there is an abundance of them here during this time and they’re easy to see with the leaves off the trees. 

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The Commerce Rotary Club's “Commerce Idol” picked its annual winners during the group's largest fundraiser of the year, featuring area residents and students enrolled in Commerce schools and Texas A&M University-Commerce. The contest was open to vocals, instrumentals, dance, comedy skits, and more.