The annual Commerce Institute for the Arts summer camp is back this summer, and is being extended past the normal two weeks thanks to a new partnership.
UPDATE at 11:15 a.m. on 5/17/19 with information about the suspect.
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.
Marietta McClurg, a resident of Commerce for over 50 years, passed away at her daughter Laurie's home in Dallas, under hospice care, on Dec. 23, 2018. She was surrounded by loved ones and her beloved Dallas cat, Ranger. Marietta graduated from Stanford University with a degree in economics a…
Peggy Burns Harland Rohrer, 87, of Sulphur Springs, Texas passed away after a long illness on May 1, 2019. She was born in Miller Grove, Texas, on March 14, 1932, to Johnie and Virgie Johnson Burns. Peggy married John Harland in 1949. They had two children and lived in Roaring Springs, Texas…
Shirley Jean Erb, 92, passed away peacefully Monday, April 8, 2019. She was born in Chicago on Nov. 20, 1926. Shirley loved being a mother, and as such she excelled to the max. She was an amazing cook, home-keeper, and her family and friends were her passion. She also greatly enjoyed playing…
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