The Texas A&M University-Commerce athletic department announced earlier this week that multiple events are planned to celebrate the National Champion football team.
Even though there are more Republican candidates running for offices in Hunt County for March 6’s primary elections, seven Democrats and two Libertarians have also thrown their hats into the ring.
The Commerce Police department responded to a call to a burglary at a convenience store Thursday morning, and have since come some into contact with five suspects which are believed to be involved in another robbery that occurred earlier this week.
The Fannindel Independent School District abruptly announced an early release and then later a full closing due to illness on Thursday, joining a number of other area school districts.
The Commerce Independent School District Board of Trustees was honored as part of School Board Recognition Month and possible changes to the school calendar were discussed Tuesday night.
The Cumby Independent School District announced Wednesday afternoon that it would be canceling classes for the next two days due to an outbreak of illness that has left more than 20 percent of the district's students out of school.
The probability of adverse winter weather Monday night and early Tuesday has prompted Texas A&M University Commerce to announce that all classes and administrative offices will be closed on Jan. 16.
As temperatures continue to stay low, illness usually follows, and the Commerce Independent School District Health Director detailed ways to make sure that children stay healthy enough to stay in school this winter.
Texas A&M University-Commerce President Dr. Ray Keck III announced his intention to step down from the role of university president in a statement Thursday.
The Commerce High School Cheerleading squad turned heads and surprised the cheerleading world with their first-ever State Cheerleading Championship last January, and the team is working hard to repeat as title-winners.
A very long-awaited civic project is just around the corner, as the city of Commerce moves ahead with plans to provide a sizable expansion to Centennial Park.
When it comes to athletics at Texas A&M University-Commerce, it’s no surprise that the national-champion football team has garnered a lot of attention recently. But a new - yet familiar - face on campus is beginning to turn heads in a different sport this winter.
It would be safe to say that 2017 has been an eventful year for the City of Commerce. The community has been put in an expanded spotlight for a myriad of reasons, and the Commerce Journal has strove to provide coverage of what’s happening in the community. Here is a look back at what we have…
A public hearing regarding a recent state rating and a presentation about a forthcoming rating were held at the December meeting of the Commerce Independent School District Board of Trustees last Thursday night.
The local Tipitina’s Creative Co-Op in Commerce has a full calendar of events for next month and is looking for students interested in participating in the arts at a low cost.
A Commerce man has pleaded guilty to indictments alleging he was involved in dangerous driving during an April incident while endangering a child in his vehicle in the process.
The search for the next Commerce Police Chief is continuing through the holidays, with internal interviews currently being conducted with department officers.
Texas A&M University-Commerce claimed its second national football championship and its first in NCAA Division II this past Saturday with a 37-27 victory over the West Florida Argonauts.
The Northeast Texas Children’s Museum now has the necessary approval to take over full ownership of a piece of land in Commerce in order to sell it.
A few Commerce city employees were honored Tuesday night for their multiple years of service at the December meeting of the Commerce City Council.
KANSAS CITY — The Texas A&M University-Commerce Lion football team won their first NCAA National Championship in school history Saturday night with a 37-27 victory over the West Florida Argonauts.
The Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions and the West Florida Argonauts are meeting for the first time in both teams’ first appearance in the NCAA Division II Football National Championship Game on Saturday, and anyone betting on these two teams appearing probably would have won a lot of money.
The football team at Texas A&M University-Commerce has been the talk of the town as they prepare to play in the NCAA Division II Championship game this coming Saturday, and the university is benefitting from the increased exposure.
There will be far more Republican Party candidates than Democrats in Hunt County for the March 6, 2018 political primary elections, although Democrats have turned up in the area races and Hunt County has two Libertarian Party candidates in the running for offices.
After a 31-17 victory at home against Harding in the NCAA Division II Semifinal last weekend, the Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions get their first-ever shot at an NCAA National title against the University of West Florida on Saturday in Kansas City.
COMMERCE — On the 45th anniversary of their 1972 NAIA football championship, the Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions punched their ticket to the NCAA Division II National Championship Game with a 31-17 semifinal victory over Harding University (Ark.) in front of a record-setting crowd of…
The Commerce Police Department is hosting an event aimed at informing young children about safety, manners and critical thinking with a downtown scavenger hunt later this month.
Over 50 area tuba and euphonium players will present the ninth annual Commerce Merry TUBACHRISTMAS concert on Saturday, December 9th. The performance will take place at the A&M-Commerce music building at noon conducted by A&M-Commerce Professor of Tuba and EuphoniumDr. Jeff Baker.
After an open forum and negative reception from students, Texas A&M University-Commerce announced that it will be postponing a planned move of its Dallas Campus until the summer.
The Commerce Public Library will be hosting two sessions aimed at answering questions regarding government health insurance and benefits.
Patrons of the arts in Commerce and surrounding communities have a special treat coming soon as the Texas A&M University-Commerce Music Department prepares for its annual Holiday Gala.
The Commerce City Council voted to approve plans from an urban design firm for local redesigns and approved a request from the county appraisal district at the November City Council meeting last week.
The Commerce Public Library is opening its doors this Saturday for its annual open house as part of a full day of local festivities, and donations are still needed for its spindle replacement project.
The Commerce Police Department announced on their Facebook page last week that several officers had received awards from the department for their service in the field and with the community.
Those looking to spruce up their home with a new decorative piece or are looking for a gift for the holidays will have a chance to find something of interest at the Texas A&M University-Commerce annual holiday art sale.
Everyone in the community is invited to attend Bread of Life for a four-week series based on the Advent themes of Hope, Love, Joy and Peace called The Star: A Journey to Christmas, at 10:45 a.m.
The Commerce Community Action Program is helping elementary school students in the community with a clothing drive to prepare for the winter months.
Dozens of students from Texas A&M University-Commerce will be spending part of their winter break helping with hurricane relief in south Texas.