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.
The tax rate for the next fiscal year was set and the most recent accountability ratings for schools and districts were discussed at the most recent meeting of the Commerce ISD Board of Trustees Monday night.
Thousands of students will make their return to Commerce this week as school kicks off for the fall semester at Texas A&M University-Commerce, and plenty of free events are on tap to welcome them.
The highly-touted Honors College at Texas A&M University-Commerce is doubling in size after merging with the smaller Regents Scholars Program and receiving increased funding.
A local store in Commerce saw its entrance smashed on Saturday night as a truck was driven through the front of the store in an apparent accident.
The Roaring Tiger Band at Commerce High School has been hitting the field in summer practice for their upcoming school year, with a new marching show to boot.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s pick for national intelligence director, Texas Rep. John Ratcliffe, withdrew from consideration Friday amid concerns in Congress about his experience and qualifications.
The proposed budget for the City of Commerce for the 2019-20 fiscal year was presented to the City Council at a special called meeting last Thursday.
For the past 30 years, Suzette Doescher has studied with numerous instructors and practiced a variety of disciplines designed to enhance quality lifestyles and endeavors. She has combined her 15 years of business management, marketing and corporate training, her education, and her meditatio…
An online degree program in Texas A&M University-Commerce’s College of Business was recently ranked in the top-10 in a national ranking.
The Commerce Police Department issued a statement seeking information regarding a burglary at a local convenience store in the early morning hours Friday.
A mini golf course has sprung up on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce thanks to the efforts of a summer art course at the school.
The Principal at Commerce High School had high remarks for the Commerce Independent School District’s new drug testing policy, saying that it acted as an effective deterrent in its first year.
A couple living in Commerce urged the importance of being careful when posting on social media after they claim a warrant was wrongfully issued for an arrest on the basis of a Facebook comment.
The congressman representing Hunt County and much of Northeast Texas is in line to be the next Director of National Intelligence, which may spark a race to fill the congressman’s position.
The community is invited to an evening of wet and wild summer fun for the kids at the first “Splash Bash” event hosted by the Downtown Alliance.
The Commerce Independent School District Board of Trustees met in a special called session Friday morning, where they approved significant raises for all district employees.
For the second year, the Commerce Community Action Program will be sponsoring a free cooking class for the public, and wants to ask the community what date would be best to host it.
Mother Nature has created a problem for Northeast Texas, a log jam that will likely require a team of county, state and federal officials to solve.
A new development in the ongoing saga of the Nursing and Health Sciences Building under construction at Texas A&M University-Commerce was revealed as the proposed dedication for the structure has been moved back.
The Commerce Police Department announced in a statement this week that two juvenile suspects have confessed to the vandalism of a local cemetery last month.
A professor at Texas A&M University-Commerce recently received a grant for almost $275,000 to fund his research into white dwarf stars and stellar evolution.
The Commerce City Council made a surprise move to table a measure that would allocate funds from the city’s hotel tax budget for community organizations, choosing to think over the amounts more and make a decision later.
Several Commerce High School cheerleaders walked away with several awards and accolades after attending a region-wide cheer camp over the weekend.
Four new inductees into the Commerce Independent School District’s Hall of Honor were announced and a school meal price increase was passed at the July meeting of the CISD Board of Trustees on Monday.
The City of Commerce has been seeing significant savings due to its fleet program that has seen close to two-dozen of its vehicles replaced in the last year.
Ava Ann Brecheen Duncan, born Sept. 14, 1928 in Commerce, died July 17, 2019 in Houston. Known as "Abie," she was the daughter of Ava Lee DeJernett and John Cameron Brecheen and the granddaughter of Dr. W. B. DeJernett, pioneering physician in East Texas. As a teenager, Abie worked behind th…
W.C. Ferrell, Sr., 90, passed away Sept. 5, 2019. A memorial service with military honors will be held on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019, at 11 a.m. in Jones-Walker & Son Funeral Chapel. Visitation will be held one hour prior to service time. He was preceded in death by parents W.W. Ferrell an…
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