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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.
Chamber of Commerce executive resigns position
Doug Rohrabaugh, executive director of the Commerce Chamber of Commerce since January 2011, announced his resignation at the chamber’s January board meeting.
District judge voluntarily recuses himself from county jail lawsuit
In a letter to attorneys representing plaintiffs and defendants in a civil lawsuit regarding the Hunt County Jail’s construction, 196th District Judge Steve Tittle announced he was recusing himself from the case.
Caring for the local community
One organization in Commerce is streamlining donations to give back to the community.
A&M-Commerce student is now free to move about the country
All her hard work is paying off.
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.
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