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12:55 am
Mon October 1, 2007

Another A&M-Commerce football honor

Commerce, TX –

Texas A&M University-Commerce running back and kickoff returner Nabil El-Amin was picked the Lone Star Conference North Division special teams player of the week.

El-Amin, a junior from Rochester, New York, returned a kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown against Central Oklahoma. That tied a Memorial Stadium record first set in 2003.

El-Amin joins Daniel Swaim, Trent Miller, and Terry Mayo as Lions football players receiving LSC honors this season.

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KETR Local
11:19 am
Fri September 28, 2007

Emergency Corps and council at odds in Commerce

Commerce – The Commerce City Council and the Commerce Emergency Corps are at odds over a proposed change to how the city deals with medical emergencies. Currently, the Emergency Corps is contacted first if a medical 911 call is received. If there is no response within one minute, the fire department is sent out.

The council is discussing sending out the fire department as first responders.

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KETR Local
10:49 am
Fri September 28, 2007

Greenville is inclusive

Greenville – Everyone can feel included in Greenville, according to city officials. The vote came Tuesday to affirm the city's commitment to inclusion in order to be part of the Partnership for Working Towards Inclusive Communities an effort by the National League of Cities.

Click above to listen as KETR's Greenville correspondent Brad Kellar reports.

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KETR Local
10:48 am
Fri September 28, 2007

Greenville EDC approves budget

Greenville – The Greenville Economic Development Corporation now has a budget for next year. The EDC plans to spend about $150,000 on capital projects designed to retain and recruit industries for Greenville.

Click above to listen as KETR's Greenville correspondent Brad Kellar reports.

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KETR Local
10:46 am
Fri September 28, 2007

No change yet for addreesses in Greenville

Greenville – The number's not up yet for addresses in Greenville. The Greenville City Council decided to discuss further the plan to require new and existing homes and businesses use larger address numbers.

Click above to listen as KETR's Greenville correspondent Brad Kellar reports.

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KETR Local
10:36 am
Thu September 27, 2007

Hunt County woman missing

Wolfe City – The search is on for a missing Hunt County woman. Family members of Lisa Chandler of Wolfe City say they have not heard from her in five days. Investigators do not have any good leads on the whereabouts of the 44 year old woman and the public is being asked for information in the case.

Click above to listen as KETR's Greenville correspondent Brad Kellar reports.

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KETR Local
10:35 am
Thu September 27, 2007

Public Safety event in Greenville

Greenville – Registration is still underway for a Greenville crime prevention event. Organizers stay there is still time to register neighborhoods for the Greenville Night of Public Safety. The event will act as a replacement for the missed National Night Out and will be held next Tuesday.

Click above to listen as KETR's Greenville correspondent Brad Kellar reports.

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KETR Local
3:01 am
Thu September 27, 2007

Commerce City Council special meeting <BR>Thursday at 4:30

KETR Local
10:22 am
Wed September 26, 2007

Attempted abduction in Commerce

Commerce – Commerce police have issued a press release concerning an attempted abduction of a 13 year old girl over the weekend. The incident occurred near the 1200 block of Live Oak Street Sunday when the suspect pulled up along side the victim and tried to lure her into his car. He followed her for about two blocks but left when she refused to get into the car.

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KETR Local
9:56 am
Wed September 26, 2007

GEUS set to approve budget

Greenville – An area electric utility will be approving its budget this week. GEUS is about to commence on one of its most ambitious capital improvement plans in recent years. More than $6 million in improvements are included in the budget.

Click above to listen as KETR's Greenville correspondent Brad Kellar reports.

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