- Halsell, breast cancer survivor, ready for Relay for Life Her whole world fell apart when Mary Halsell, a resident of Pecan Gap, a city 20 miles away from Commerce, was diagnosed with lumpectomy, a most common form of breast cancer in September of 1975.
- Political science faculty Embry, Elliot honored Two Texas A&M University-Commerce professors in the Department of Political Science have topped off distinguished careers with the titles of Professor Emeritus.
A&M-Commerce showing 'Underpants'
Cold weather, hot comedy!
The University Playhouse at Texas A&M University-Commerce presents “The Underpants” by Steve Martin later this month.
- Businessman hits high note Due in large part to the generosity of Greenville businessman Jack Finney, Texas A&M University-Commerce will soon have a new building in which to continue to make beautiful music.
- The spirit of giving This year Commerce High School has chosen to take part in the season of giving by participating in Angel Tree. (A charity project that helps young children experience the true meaning of Christmas, by receiving extra gifts that they may not have gotten, making the holiday season more special.) In Mrs. Rose’s room a tree was set up with angels on it, each 3rd period class was asked to pick an angel and purchase gifts for it.
- FISH gains new leader for new year GREENVILLE — The new year ushers in a new era for one Hunt County charity.
- Henry making his mark on Commerce, community Commerce native and basketball enthusiast Tony Henry has made his mark on this East Texas community, with only high aspirations for the future remaining.
- There's much more than math to Kreminski Driving down I-30 in his blue 1990 Honda with more than 288,000 miles, listening to law books on tape, Rick Kreminski is hoping that he is not going to have a flat tire.
- It's a bargain For some, it’s like hunting for treasure that has been cast off by other people. For the members of the Presbyterian Hospital of Commerce Auxiliary, it’s a way to help the hospital purchase new equipment and furnishings that make it a brighter and better place.
- "Down in the dark...' is a stunning production
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