Well, it has been a very fun and enjoyable time writing stories, taking photos, and sharing my opinions with the readers of the Commerce Journal.
Ten thousand. That’s how many Easter eggs were scattered across an open field in North Richland Hills last Saturday. Hundreds of children, including my two boys, converged simultaneously on those multi-colored eggs as I waited for the sound of the emotional carnage. It didn’t take long befor…
Chip Matthews is the City of Commerce’s new code enforcement officer, and he has a vision of improvement with the goals and experience to make it happen.
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- Former Rice, Texas State coach Bailiff named to head A&M-Commerce position
- Carthel leaving A&M-Commerce, will take head position at SFA
- Police respond to possible self-harm incident at A.C. Williams Tuesday
- Tigers lose consolation final in tough tourney, beat VA at home
- Commerce resident’s impressive Christmas decorations shine bright
- Defending champs too much for Commerce as Lady Tigers fall 86-27
- Former Commerce Police Chief appointed as judge