Out of the mouths of children
A child’s misunderstanding of the adult world often results in statements from youngsters that can be funny, sometimes sweet, and sometimes enlightening.
University homecoming demonstrates improvement in student participation
Did you get a chance to enjoy any of the Texas A&M University-Commerce Homecoming festivities this year?
EDITORIAL: Commerce should spend money on infrastructure before pool, rec center
Recently, the possibility of adding a recreation center and pool in Commerce has been brought up at city council meetings. While the city council has yet to take any action on the item, it could end up before Commerce voters as a bond election in May of next year.
The history of black Americans in Hunt County
African-Americans arrived in Hunt County with the very earliest Anglo-American settlers in the late 1830s and the early 1840s.
These blacks came enslaved, working as field hands and domestics on white-owned, mostly self-sufficient farms.
Harris: Listing a few things I’ve learned along the way
I had a birthday relatively recently, and I decided to see if I could think of any things I might have learned in the past lots of years that I’ve lived.
Editor excited to be back in Commerce
I’m back, Commerce.
Reward outweighs cost with hospital bond
The upcoming hospital bond election on Nov. 5 is a pivotal one for the people of Commerce.
Remembering Tom Clancy
Yesterday I found out that Tom Clancy had died at the age of 66 at a hospital in Baltimor, Md.
Going to the game with my dad
A few weeks ago I wrote about wanting to renew an old tradition with my dad of attending football games together.
William Cody had a distinguished military career
William Cody, a longtime Greenville resident who died recently, had a most extraordinary life.
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