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Following a victory on the road against Eastern New Mexico, the No. 1-ranked Texas A&M University-Commerce football team will return to the friendly confines of... [Read More]
The United States Postal service recently announced that it will be hosting multiple events in Greenville and other east Texas cities to help people apply... [Read More]
Funds from the hotel tax budget were allocated at Tuesday's meeting of the Commerce City Council. [Read More]
Two people were killed and three more were wounded during a pair of shootings in Commerce Sunday night. [Read More]
State Highway 224 was completely blocked for more than an hour west of Commerce on Tuesday after a cement truck rolled onto its side. [Read More]
The student housing landscape at Texas A&M University-Commerce could be markedly changed in the near future, as the Texas A&M University System has listed a... [Read More]
You don't have to be a sports fan to recognize one of Hunt County's most prominent landmarks. [Read More]
Law enforcement officers are searching for a suspect that is possibly armed following a chase that began in Commerce Saturday. [Read More]
Texas A&M University-Commerce mourned the loss of one of its own Monday after a university professor died after a house fire and what authorities are... [Read More]
Freshman pitcher Emily Otto wowed a strong crowd of Lion supporters at the John Cain Family Field with a no-hitter as the No. 6 Texas... [Read More]
Hunt County District Attorney Noble Walker has requested that the Texas Rangers pursue an investigation into a March incident in which Commerce's acting police chief... [Read More]
The first of what city, university and school district officials hope is a recurring event was held last Friday and attended by hundreds of guests. [Read More]
It was a day like any other February day in Commerce. The town was quiet on an overcast Sunday afternoon with a bit of a... [Read More]
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The Texas A&M University-Commerce softball team made short work of the visiting Missouri Western State University Griffons on Monday, winning both games of a doubleheader... [Read More]
Several noteworthy citizens were honored Thursday night at the 109th annual Commerce Chamber of Commerce awards banquet. [Read More]
The third-seeded Texas A&M University-Commerce women's basketball team did its best to come back from a bad shooting performance, but the offensive pressure put on... [Read More]
The Commerce Tigers mounted a comeback for the second game in a row, but faltered late in a 52-42 loss to Kemp on Tuesday night... [Read More]
The Commerce Independent School District Board of Trustees approved a new calendar for the upcoming school year and extended the contracts of several district personnel... [Read More]
The crowd at the Field House held its breath and let out a relieved exhale as a potential game-winnning shot by West Texas A&M's Jordan... [Read More]
It took a key defensive stand and some clutch late baskets for Commerce to defeat the Pilot Point Bearcats 62-57 in a Class 3A bi-district... [Read More]
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