Wilson leaving CHS with legacy of success
On May 11, Commerce High School Senior Buck Wilson became what he’d been training his whole life for; a state champion.
Top two CHS grads share friendship and competitive nature
Valedictorian Joann Jang and Salutatorian Kaitlyn Mulkey of Commerce High School have been friends for a long time.
They’re also competitive by nature.
'All natural' art show
Objects like a seashell from a beach, or a makeshift walking stick while on a walk in the woods can be used as mementos or keepsakes to remember events by.
Record year for volleyball program
The Commerce Volleyball program had a record year this year, having all teams go undefeated in district play and the varsity going the furthest it’s been since 1977.
Mason named LSC Linebacker of the Year
A&M-Commerce senior linebacker Danny Mason has been named the 2012 Lone Star Conference Linebacker of the Year, announced late last week by league officials.
Kilted Monkey brings pub food, family atmosphere to Commerce
It’s obvious to anyone who walks through their doors that the Kilted Monkey, located on Live Oak Street, is unique to Commerce.
Northeast Texas Children’s Museum celebrates 19th year
Ten years ago the Northeast Texas Children’s Museum opened in a vacant grocery store with an uncertain future.
Today the Children’s Museum has moved to the former location of Watson’s Cafeteria on the Texas A&M University-Commerce campus and has a goal of welcoming 20,000 visitors before the year ends.
Commerce firefighters honor comrades who fell on 9/11
There are a wide variety of events across the United States every September that honor the memory of those that died in the terrorist attacks on 9/11. The biggest heroes that emerged from those horrific events were the emergency responders in New York City, particularly the firefighters.
Indoor arena set to be completed this year
As manager of the Texas A&M University-Commerce Animal Science Educational Farm, Chris Ellason has a lot on his plate.
Neverblu hits mark with ‘Joshua’ release
It takes some guts to put out an alt. rock album these days. The genre is more closely associated with the inauthentic machismo of Nickelback than well-crafted, thought-provoking music. But that’s exactly the kind of record Dallas-based Neverblu created with their most recent release “Joshua.”
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