A local teenaged beekeeper was recently the recipient of a national honor for his work, as announced this week.
People who want to learn more about environmentally-conscious lifestyles and have fun for the whole family are expected to enjoy the first “Degrowth Fest” scheduled this weekend in the area.
More than a dozen headstones at the Rosemound Cemetery in Commerce were vandalized with paint and graffiti some time in the last two weeks, the Commerce Journal learned Friday – and some of the graffiti included references to a violent street gang.
Results of the previous poll: Did you watch the Super Bowl this weekend? — 13 total votes. - Yes I watched it: 8 votes - No I didn't watch it: 5 votes.
- The bee’s knees: Young local beekeeper wins national honor
- CMS principal resigns, new principal hired at CISD Board meeting
- Community members appointed to boards at council meeting
- A&M-Commerce and Under Armour announce 10-year partnership extension
- Governor signs bill that benefits city
- Council hears presentation on potential dog park
- ‘Degrowth Fest’ to feature something for the whole family
- Grave markers vandalized at Rosemound Cemetery
- Local Fourth of July celebration upcoming
- Who’s your daddy?: Looking back at some of the ‘fathers’ of Hunt County