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Orchestrating entertainment in Greenville
Only one city other than Dallas can lay claim to having the Dallas Symphony Orchestra a short drive away.
Guilty plea entered in 2012 stabbing death
A Commerce woman entered a plea of guilty Thursday to a charge filed in connection with the November 2012 stabbing death of a Greenville man.
Getting the community to act
Effecting lasting change in a town requires a community effort.
CISD to offer more dual-credit programs
For the first time, sophomores enrolled at Commerce High School are eligible to enroll in dual-credit college courses.
Public library announces addition of Mango Languages
The Commerce Public Library is pleased to announce that it now offers the Mango Languages online language-learning system to its patrons.
All aboard! Director plans 2014 events
After a successful trip to the Texas State Fair on Oct. 17, Commerce Tourism Director Sherry Johnson has more events planned to ring in the new year for Commerce residents.
Mt. Moriah Church to host The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Awards Celebration
Congratulations. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
More training available soon for Hunt County Firefighters in Commerce
Firefighters in Hunt County may have a new facility to train in next year.
Holiday closing schedules released
Many government employees will have at least the middle of next week off, as city and county offices close for the Christmas holiday.
Commerce ISD mourns the loss of Coach Le'Mone Ards
Commerce High School girls varsity basketball coach Le’Mone Ards died in Dallas on Dec. 19.
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