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Unruly guest overstays his welcome
A Texas A&M University-Commerce student reportedly punched two holes on the fifth floor of Whitley Hall, broke a chair and threw a phone against a wall after being asked multiple times to leave an apartment room.
Illegal burning a threat to air quality
Brush and unpainted lumber are the only things that can legally be burned in Texas, according to the Texas Commission on Environment Commission (TCEQ).
Philosophy change has the Lions going the right way
Nicole Anderson’s first three years as head coach of the Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball team were difficult.
Counterfeit bills floating around Commerce
A stream of counterfeit $5, $10 and $20 bills are making their way through Commerce.
Joshua Jorgensen named assistant A.D. for external affairs
Texas A&M University-Commerce Athletic Director Ryan Ivey has announced the hiring of Joshua Jorgensen as the Lions’ new Assistant Athletic Director for External Affairs.
Skaters brave storm clouds to compete in SKATE event
The Commerce Parks Foundation braved the threat of rain on March 30 to hold a SKATE Competition and fundraiser from 12 to 4 p.m. at the City Park.
Bill to provide firearms training for teachers proceeding through Texas Senate
A plan to train armed teachers for gunfights in classrooms or at campus sporting events or board meetings won approval from the Texas Senate Education Committee on Thursday and now heads to the full chamber.
Fire Chief: Proper house maintenance may save lives
Most house fires could have been prevented if the owners had done proper maintenance, according to Commerce Fire Chief Jack Bernie.
Cooking for the cause
Nothing beats Texas barbecue, especially when it’s for a good cause.
Two area jail escapees still at large
As of Thursday morning, two inmates who escaped from the Hopkins County Jail were still at large.
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