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Golfing for a good reason
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Texas Commerce branch held its first golf tournament on May 16 at the Webb Hill Country Club.
‘Derby days’ raises funds
The Zeta Eta Chapter of Sigma Chi at Texas A&M University-Commerce has raised $2,269 for the Huntsman Cancer Foundation (HCF), funding life-saving cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI).
Currin in as VP of business and administration
Alicia Currin has been named vice president of business and administration at Texas A&M University-Commerce. Currin’s prior role was chief of staff to the chief executive officer and director of planning and governmental relations
A&M-Commerce students win awards at convention
Six Texas A&M University-Commerce students won awards in the live competition portion of the 102nd convention of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association in San Antonio.
Lions help rebuild tornado-damaged cemetery
In early April a severe band of storms swept through the North Texas and Commerce area, spurring tornadoes and causing damage throughout.
A&M-Commerce professor elected ACT President
Texas A&M University-Commerce’s Associate Professor and Interim Agricultural Sciences Department Head Dr. Derald Harp was recently elected as president of the Agricultural Consortium of Texas (ACT).
City plans to reduce flooding in neighborhoods south of Culver
City Manager Marc Clayton hopes to secure funding in next year’s budget for a drainage project that will alleviate flooding in south Commerce.
City, organization working toward no kill
Approximately 90 percent of the animals that have gone to the Commerce Animal Shelter since No Kill Hunt County (NKHC) has been volunteering in March have been saved.
Arrest made in car crash that left three injured
A Greenville man has been arrested in connection with a crash that injured three people.
A&M-Commerce coordinates with community to prevent sexual assault
The Obama administration has recently been cracking down on the way some universities handle sexual assault reports.
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