Filing is set to begin in the next few weeks for multiple seats on the Commerce City Council and Commerce Independent School District’s Board of Trustees.
At a special called meeting last Monday, the Commerce City Council voted to appoint Ned Muse as interim City Manager while a search is conducted for a full-time replacement.
The biggest moment in the history of the fledgling robotics program at Commerce High School came late last month as the robotics team won a major competition, and in doing so qualified for the national championship.
UPDATED at 1:47 p.m. with a statement from the A&M-Commerce Agricultural Center Manager stating the cows did not belong to the university.
Commerce merchants provided the city with an early Christmas present, reporting a huge boost in sales tax rebate revenues to end the current fiscal year, according to a report released by the Texas Comptroller’s office.
Last Thursday, the Commerce High School family of students, teachers and staff gathered in remembrance of Tina Christian, a much-beloved biology teacher who passed away Dec. 13.
The Commerce High School cheerleading squad continued its winning ways with a division victory at the National Cheerleaders Association State of Texas competition, as well as receiving an overall award.
A year after it was initially expected, the new Nursing and Health Sciences Building at Texas A&M University-Commerce is expected to be open for classes for the spring 2020 semester, according to a university administrator.
The Brookshire’s grocery store in Commerce teamed up with the Hormel Foods brand to donate hams to the local food pantry last week.
A report was given detailing the “Superior” rating given to the Commerce Independent School District for its financial reporting during the district’s December Board of Trustees Meeting held Monday night.
Texas A&M University-Commerce announced in a press release Tuesday that the campus will ban the use of all tobacco and 'vaping' products on university property starting in 2020.
A Cumby police officer is reportedly not seriously harmed after being struck by a vehicle on the Interstate 30 service road while helping a stranded motorist Sunday night.
More than 1,000 students are expected to cross the stage to receive their diploma at commencement ceremonies at Texas A&M University-Commerce on Friday and Saturday.
More than a dozen band students from both Commerce High School and Commerce Middle School will be performing as part of their respective All-Region Bands, with 12 of those from the high school advancing to the next round of auditions.
Police are searching for three suspects involved in a shooting that sent one person to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries Sunday night in Commerce.
The Commerce Independent School District responded to concerns from parents over a past arrest of the new Assistant Principal at Commerce Middle School.
This article was updated on 12/17/19 to correct an error regarding the use of menorahs during Hanukkah. Originally, it was stated that the traditional seven-branch menorah was used for the holiday, but in fact an eight-branch version is used instead. We regret the error.
The talents of more than a hundred Commerce Independent School District students will be on display next Wednesday at the annual Winter Arts Festival.
What has become a popular tradition returns for its sixth year as the annual Bois d’Arc Christmas celebration and parade is upcoming.
Avid runners or those just wanting a place for their dogs to play and socialized are invited to bring their four-legged friends to the second annual Christmas Doggie Dash 5K being held in Commerce.
At a recent city council meeting, Commerce City Manager Darrek Ferrell announced that huge strides had been made to improve water quality within the city, and the numbers are impressive.
The Commerce City Council met in a special session last Thursday to hear a presentation on options for financing large projects as well as to hear a second reading on two new city measures.
A local pawn shop owner spoke with the Commerce Journal on Tuesday about a live mortar that was brought into his store innocuously the previous day.
UPDATE at 10:43 a.m. on 11/26/19 with requests for comment regarding the decision to detonate the device in the Norris Community.
A sophomore student at Commerce High School received a prestigious honor as he was named to the Association of Texas Small School Bands’ All-State Jazz Ensemble.
The Commerce City Council shot down a proposal to issue a permit for a potential drive-thru margarita establishment at its November meeting on Tuesday.
The Commerce Independent School District Board of Trustees authorized a memorandum of understanding with the Texas A&M University-Commerce Psychology Department to provide low-cost counseling services to students at its regular November meeting Monday.
A Campbell man remains in custody, charged with leading law enforcement officers in a high-speed chase before shooting at the officers Saturday night.
The University Police Department at Texas A&M University-Commerce wrapped up a canned food drive on Friday, where donations could mean a citation is taken off of the books.
A former Hunt County resident, wounded two years ago during a hold-up and officer-involved shooting at a local business, was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison without parole after being found guilty of capital murder in Tarrant County.
An annual holiday tradition returns to First United Methodist Church-Commerce as the “Merry Marketplace for Missions” and lunch is scheduled for next month.
A pair of students from Commerce High School will attend the All-Region Jazz Clinic and Concert next week, and will find out their All-State fate there as well.
The Commerce High School Cheerleading squad took home some hardware from the Universal Cheerleaders Association North Texas Regional Competition last weekend.
With the official start of filing for next year’s political party primaries just a few days away, one local longtime law enforcement officer has chosen to retire at the end of his current term.
A tradition that spans almost three decades continues at Texas A&M University-Commerce as the 28th Annual Veteran’s Vigil is scheduled for next week.
Fair Oaks, California - Danny "Dan" Bert Hudgins, 89, of Fair Oaks, California, passed away December 24, 2019, of natural causes. He was born in Commerce, Texas on January 26, 1930 to Jones Marion and Ellie Hudgins. He married Dorothy Reed on December 10, 1948; they were married for 59 years…
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…
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