Type 4B best chance to improve Commerce’s future
The Commerce Economic Development Type A/B meeting was very lively but civil, for the most part.
Finding an old note brings back memorable day
I was going through some of my notebooks and papers the other day while cleaning out some of my old stuff when something peculiar fell out of one of my notebooks.
Fans should have realistic expectations for A&M-Commerce football
At the Commerce Journal, we have extensively covered the hiring of Texas A&M University-Commerce Athletic Director Ryan Ivey and head football coach Colby Carthel.
- Fourth of July event poised to be a big hit
Hamrick: Day as a firefighter fulfills childhood dream
Do you remember career day at school?
Field construction hampers summer workouts
Summer is the time for student athletes to prepare for their upcoming academic and athletic year and is the best time for athletes to rehab from an injury.
Commerce blessed to have Cooper as superintendent
It’s no secret that I think Blake Cooper, superintendent of Commerce Independent School District, is a Godly man who cares for the students of CISD.
Even with setback, Commerce Public Library expects to complete renovations by 2017
The “Save the Library” campaign to restore the beautiful historical building that houses the Commerce Public Library began a year ago last spring with town hall meetings that resulted in the formation of a steering committee charged with raising money for the restoration.
Promoting local growth
“How do you get Commerce to grow and prosper?” seems to be a question that has been asked for as long as I’ve been living in the area.
Robinson bids farewell to Commerce ISD, community
To the Commerce Community,
I first want to thank CISD and the community for the lovely reception last Thursday afternoon.
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