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New schedule includes more class time for students at CMS
A new class schedule for Commerce Middle School is opening the door for teachers to have nearly double the in class time with students in the core subjects of math, science English and social studies.
New teaching system making waves through CISD
Students at Commerce Independent School District will soon have a new method of learning through their iPads.
Public Works to help with removing fallen branches
The storm that brought icy roads and power outages across north Texas also damaged and destroyed thousands of trees.
Ice, power outages cause in school closures
The weather outside was frightful for Commerce residents this week as the ice storm that is now affecting the northeast rolled through the city on Dec. 5.
A&M-Commerce Alumni Association to build commemorative brick garden
The Alumni Association of Texas A&M University-Commerce, Inc. revealed plans to build a brick garden in honor of the university’s upcoming 125th anniversary.
Enrollment varies slightly
Texas A&M University-Commerce saw an increase in overall students between the Fall 2012 and Fall 2013 semester, but a drop in certified enrollment, the number of students that the state provides funding for.
El Charro continues Commerce legacy, with new generation twist
It may be in a new location, but long-time Commerce residents should have a sense of deja vu when they walk into El Charro: The Next Generation, located on Lee Street.
One section of Monroe Street completed; two sections remain
After months of construction, Monroe Street from Live Oak to Greenville Street has been completed. The project was on budget, according to Commerce City Manager Marc Clayton, but about one month behind schedule.
Terrell escapee arrested in Commerce earlier this year
A Seagoville man who escaped state custody Saturday afternoon is still on the loose after eluding authorities Tuesday morning.
Faculty, staff recognized for research endeavors
In November the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at Texas A&M University-Commerce held its inaugural Excellence in Research and Sponsored Programs Awards in the conference rooms of the Rayburn Student Center.
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