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Rain does not dampen project
With phase one of a $5 million road construction project completed in December 2013, Commerce Mayor John Ballotti ensures construction is progressing as scheduled.
UPD releases report of second indecent exposure incident
The A&M-Commerce University Police Department has released a report of a second incident of indecent exposure that occurred on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2014 at about 2:30 a.m.
University launches affordable baccalaureate
Texas A&M University-Commerce is proud to be a part of the Texas Affordable Baccalaureate Program, creating the state’s first competency-based bachelor-level degree from a public institution, a bachelor of applied science degree with an emphasis in organizational leadership.
NOLA-based company bringing music to Commerce
The final step to bring in a new musical venue to Commerce was passed by the Commerce City Council during its Jan. 21 meeting.
‘Pawpaw’ returns home
When Kailey Robb went to gym class at Commerce Middle School, she had no idea who would be there to surprise her.
Top medical facility may be in university’s future
According to Texas A&M University-Commerce President Dr. Dan Jones, Commerce may be receiving a state-of-the-art medical facility in the coming years.
Commerce ISD acquires three busses, recognizes student’s success
The Commerce ISD Board of Trustees held their first meeting of the year on Jan. 21 to discuss the overall state of Commerce Independent School District, recognize the efforts of the board on behalf of the students of Commerce High School, and honor those that have gained achievements bringing prestige to the school district, as well as new vehicular purchases made for the benefit of the district.
Larger facility needed for Commerce Food Pantry
Dennis White, board president of Commerce Food Pantry Inc., expressed his thoughts on a growing need for a new facility to operate the Commerce Food Pantry during the Jan. 21 Commerce City Council meeting.
Going all in to support Commerce
It’s not exactly the World Series of Poker, but Commerce residents will have the chance to compete in a Texas Hold ‘Em poker tournament to win prizes and raise money for the Commerce Lions Club on March 1.
New truck replaces aging Commerce fire engine
The Commerce Fire Department received a large red Christmas present late last year.
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