It's Homecoming Week at Texas A&M University-Commerce, and the schedule is packed with events.
The Commerce Rotary Club is raising funds to put an end to polio with a fundraising event at the Texas A&M University-Commerce Planetarium.
Tucked away in a couple of rooms in the back of the old Commerce Junior High Gym, model trains whir around through remarkable scenes and tracks that members of the East Texas Model Railroad Club have built and rebuilt throughout the years.
The University Police Department at Texas A&M University-Commerce will be hosting a free event for the community at National Night Out next week.
A class at Texas A&M University-Commerce has created a free four-week program designed to help “break the cycle” and inform people of mental health issues in the community and how to properly handle to topic.
For the second time in as many months, the Commerce City Council tabled a measure that would establish a lien forgiveness program on properties within the city on Tuesday, and it looks as if the city will be starting from square one.
Local women are invited to spend a day in fellowship and hear a renowned speaker at an upcoming women’s conference scheduled for the beginning of next month.
The Saint Louis Brass Quintet will bring their unique blend of virtuosic performance and comedic antics to the stage in Commerce later this month.
Those with an interest in regional history will have two opportunities this week to hear from an expert in railroad history.
Those who pay taxes in the Commerce area will have an extra day to do so as the substation in Commerce will now be open two days a week.
A third-grade teacher at A.C. Williams Elementary School in Commerce was a recipient of the “We Teach Texas” Leadership Fellow Scholarship.
The Hunt Regional Medical Center was recently recognized with a perfect score in a program designed to gauge the preparedness of a hospital for times of disaster and trauma.
A house on Caddo Street that was the site of the high-profile murder of a city code enforcement officer is being demolished by the city after decades of violations and push from family and community members.
Students, alumni and community members seeking a career are encouraged to put on their best, bring their resume and mingle with prospective employers at the Texas A&M University-Commerce Fall Career Fair and Graduate Expo early next month.
U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi made an announcement Tuesday evening that the House has opened an official impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, acquiescing to mounting pressure from fellow Democrats following reports that Trump may have sought a foreign government’s help in …
Three inductees, plus one posthumous induction, were honored as new members of the Commerce Independent School District’s Hall of Honor at a special luncheon held Friday in Commerce.
Two members of the Commerce High School Roaring Tiger Band are advancing to the next round of auditions after being selected to the All-Region Jazz Band by the Association of Texas Small School Bands last weekend.
The third-annual “Commerce Strong” event, which was originally scheduled for the end of August, has been rescheduled and will take place this weekend, coinciding with tailgating festivities at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
Several community members and family members of a deceased Commerce man are looking for answers into his death, but Commerce Police say they are working as fast as they can.
The steps being taken to improve school and district performance were discussed at the September meeting of the Commerce ISD Board of Trustees Monday night.
The newly-announced partnership between the Brookshire’s grocery store in Commerce and Instacart has gotten off to a rocky start, as there have been reports of issues with the service.
UPDATE at 10:08 a.m. on 9/18/19 with more information: The Hunt County Office of Homeland Security released a statement Wednesday morning about the arrests of Chad and Paula Michele Tanner concerning the theft of funds from the Commerce E-Corps.
People looking for the ease of having groceries brought to their door in Commerce can now do so through a partnership between Brookshire’s and Instacart.
Runners and animal lovers alike are invited to run in the Bois d’Arc Bash Doggie Dash 5k and Fun Run during Bash weekend in Commerce to raise funds for a future dog park.
A faculty member within the Theatre Department at Texas A&M University-Commerce was recently honored as the top theatre educator in higher education by a state organization.
The Commerce City Council held a public hearing on the proposed budget and tax rate for the next fiscal year on Tuesday in a special session.
Two educators, a community leader and a former professional athlete and coach will be inducted into Commerce ISD’s Hall of Honor during ceremonies on September 20. Honorees include Carolyn Brown Burt, Kristin Barker Hames, Medley Wilson and Wade Wilson.
A renowned speaker and humanitarian will speak at a free event open to the community for the third “Mental Health Matters” Day at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
The local Commerce tradition is almost upon us as the 34th edition of the Bois d’Arc Bash is scheduled for the end of September.
The Young Conservatives of Texas chapter at Texas A&M University-Commerce held a “smoke out” on Friday, aiming to inform students of Texas SB 21, which the group is protesting against.
Several new unique courses are being offered to freshman students at Texas A&M University-Commerce in the third year of the “signature course” initiative.
Texas A&M University-Commerce is hosting a weekend for families of students to visit and learn more about their child’s university, filled with plenty of activities.
The James G. Gee Library at Texas A&M University-Commerce has been a resource for students, faculty, staff and community members for decades, but a recent change has lessened the library’s availability.
A resolution was passed to establish a Neighborhood Empowerment Zone to bolster affordable housing growth in the northeast part of town and a measure to implement a street improvement survey received much scrutiny at the regular meeting of the Commerce City Council Tuesday night.
Some improvement was made and some regression was discovered when the annual A-F Accountability ratings were released by the Texas Education Agency last week.
Karen Sue Vickery, age 75, of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, formerly of Commerce, Texas, passed away on September 22, 2019, in Ironton, Missouri. She was born in August of 1944 in Cardwell, Missouri, to Herman and Ludean Clark and is survived by her husband of 51 years, James L. "Jim" Vicke…
Tommy Dale Stephenson, 73, formerly of Commerce, passed away 9/17/19. Tommy graduated from Commerce HS in 1964. Visitation is 9/21 at 1 p.m., funeral 9/21 at 2 p.m. at Commerce Funeral Home. Condolences and registry at www.commercefuneralhome.com.
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