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Commerce ISD under budget for second year in a row
The Commerce Independent School District is under budget for the second year in a row, which says a lot according to CISD Superintendent Blake Cooper.
Does drug testing work?
In 2002, the United States Supreme Court voted in a 5-4 ruling to uphold a school district’s authority to randomly drug test students who engage in "competitive" extracurricular activities.
Zombies spotted in Commerce
Family Video turned into a haven for zombies last Friday as a promotion for the release of “Warm Bodies,” as well as a bake sale to support victims of the tornado in Moore, Okla.
Safety precautions can prevent tragedies
Late last month two tragedies struck members of east Texas.
Civil rights trip an eye-opening experience for students, teachers alike
History has well documented the Civil Rights movement in the early 1960s through film and still images.
Looking for people to help boost Commerce athletics
Commerce Athletic Booster Clup President Bill Mulcahy wants to see a crowd of people at Luigi’s on June 10 at 6:30 p.m.
Superintendent claims closing of CSCOPE curriculum was politically charged
Politics had a large part in the downfall of CSCOPE, according to Commerce Independent School District Superintendent Blake Cooper.
Loss in enrollment reflected in Commerce ISD revenue outlook
Although the Commerce Independent School District lost 46 students during the 2012-13 school year, CISD Superintendent Blake Cooper vowed the district’s budget would continue to be balanced.
New life blossoms
The second oldest florist shop in Hunt County will soon be closing its doors.
UPD predicts rise in juvenile crime on campus during summer months
Three Commerce youths looking for fun are in for more than they bargained for.
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