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Death penalty waived in capital murder case
Prosecutors have announced they will not be seeking the death penalty if a former local resident is convicted in a pending Hunt County capital murder case.
War and Memory Project continues lecture series with Arlen Butler
The East Texas War and Memory Project continued its series of lectures by war veterans by hosting Private First Class Arlen Butler on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce.
Early voting starting in bond election
Voters start heading to the polls Monday to cast early ballots for the Nov. 5 election, which will determine the fate of more than $12 million in bonds to pay for capital improvements for the Hunt Memorial Hospital District (HMHD).
Ivory Moore portrait unveiled at A&M-Commerce
On Sept. 28 Texas A&M University-Commerce unveiled the portrait of Ivory Moore Sr., now showcased on the second floor of the McDowell Administration Building.
National Night Out slated for tonight
The Commerce Police Department and Texas A&M University-Commerce Police Department will host National Night Out tonight from 5 to 8 p.m. inside the Morris Recreation Center.
Local artist holds first show at A Space
Janelle Stogner has been painting for 30 years, but Oct. 5 was the 78-year-old Greenville resident’s first art show.
Lot in Commerce sells for $1
One lot in Commerce was sold this week for a truly reduced price.
Pottsboro parking update from Chief Crews
Commerce fans who intend to make the Friday drive to Pottsboro for this week's Tigers football game should probably carpool.
Increase in drug and alcohol arrests
The increase in drug and alcohol related arrests by the Texas A&M University-Commerce Police Department is par for the course, according to Crime Information Officer Lt. Jason Bone.
Shutdown has little impact on county
While the impact of the federal government “shutdown” has been discussed and debated for weeks now, locally the first day of the shutdown had little impact.
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