A local Commerce resident recently reminisced about the town’s centennial celebration, original Bois d’Arc Bash and his contributions to what became a yearly tradition attended by thousands.
An alumni of Texas A&M University-Commerce is coming back to his alma mater to attempt to break a number of world records and benefit a good cause.
New Texas A&M University-Commerce students got a Lion welcome on Thursday, as faculty, staff, students and others lined the great mall as the students made their way to their welcome assembly.
Results of previous poll: Do you think the Texas Rangers will finish the season with a winning record?: 27 total votes; Yes, Go Rangers! - 5 votes; No, they will finish with a losing record - 20 votes; They will finish with a .500 winning percentage - 2 votes
- Shooting reported Monday evening in Commerce
- NOTEWORTHY: Local resident reminisces on Commerce Centennial, Bois d’Arc Bash
- Schedule packed for 33rd Bois d’Arc Bash
- Two world records unofficially broken in Commerce
- Students, friends mourn loss of beloved A&M-C music teacher
- Tigers gear up for showdown against previous playoff rival
- No. 1 Lions fall 23-13 in wet and wild contest
- No. 1 Lions take to home field against top-25 opponent
- First responders presented with security devices at council meeting
- Tigers tamed 34-0 on the road against Community