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9:10 am
Fri May 11, 2007

Commerce High baseball playoff game rained out

Commerce, TX –

Commerce High baseball was rained out last night. Playoff action begins tonight at 7:30 with games two and three if necessary tomorrow starting at one. The Tigers take on River Oaks Castleberry in the area playoffs at Colleyville Heritage High School, which is west of DFW airport.

Commerce finished the regular season undefeated in 10 district games and is 23 and 4 overall. The winner of the best two out of three series moves on next week against either Royse City or Hillsboro in the regional quarterfinals.

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8:11 am
Fri May 11, 2007

New Dean of Students named at A&M-Commerce

Commerce – Dr. Deborrah Hebert has been named the new Assistant Vice-President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students for A&M-Commerce. Hebert is currently the Dean of Student Life at Angelo State University, a position she has held for the last 9 years. Before that, she spent seven years as the Assistant Dean of Student Life for Southeastern Louisiana University.

Hebert will begin the job at A&M-Commerce June 18th.

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KETR Local
8:11 am
Fri May 11, 2007

New Dean of Students named at A&M-Commerce

Commerce – Dr. Deborrah Hebert has been named the new Assistant Vice-President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students for A&M-Commerce. Hebert is currently the Dean of Student Life at Angelo State University, a position she has held for the last 9 years. Before that, she spent seven years as the Assistant Dean of Student Life for Southeastern Louisiana University.

Hebert will begin the job at A&M-Commerce June 18th.

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KETR Local
8:11 am
Fri May 11, 2007

New Dean of Students named at A&M-Commerce

Commerce – Dr. Deborrah Hebert has been named the new Assistant Vice-President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students for A&M-Commerce. Hebert is currently the Dean of Student Life at Angelo State University, a position she has held for the last 9 years. Before that, she spent seven years as the Assistant Dean of Student Life for Southeastern Louisiana University.

Hebert will begin the job at A&M-Commerce June 18th.

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KETR Local
8:11 am
Fri May 11, 2007

New Dean of Students named at A&M-Commerce

Commerce – Dr. Deborrah Hebert has been named the new Assistant Vice-President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students for A&M-Commerce. Hebert is currently the Dean of Student Life at Angelo State University, a position she has held for the last 9 years. Before that, she spent seven years as the Assistant Dean of Student Life for Southeastern Louisiana University.

Hebert will begin the job at A&M-Commerce June 18th.

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KETR Local
10:50 am
Thu May 10, 2007

No more dump

Lone Oak – No more dump. A permit to allow a septic dump near Lone Oak was overturned Wednesday by TCEQ Commissioners. Applause rang out when the decision was made, as nearly 75 area residents were in attendance at the meeting Wednesday. The TCEQ board listened as several people spoke out against the proposed septic dump, citing concerns of contamination of local water supplies, as the site sits on a water shed for Lake Tawakoni and Lake Fork.

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10:49 am
Thu May 10, 2007

Pest Problems in Campbell

Campbell – And you thought you had pest problems. A 7 foot alligator was caught in a shed behind a Campbell lumber yard Wednesday. The Greenville Herald banner reports the gator was found at DW Distribution, a lumber yard at I30 and Highway 50 near Hartline Golf Center.

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KETR Local
9:22 am
Thu May 10, 2007

Commerce High baseball start post-season run

Commerce, TX –

Commerce High baseball, 23-4 overall and 10-0 in district, face River Oaks Castleberry in the area playoffs at Colleyville Heritage High School, which is west of DFW airport. The games are Thursday and Friday night at 7:30 and if needed, Saturday afternoon at 1. The winner of the best two out of three series moves on next week against either Royse City or Hillsboro in the regional quarterfinals.

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7:45 am
Wed May 9, 2007

Commerce still under mandatory watering restrictions

Commerce – A reminder the Commerce is still under Stage 2 water restrictions. The city has not lifted those watering restrictions since first enacted last July, but with water usage low in winter months, violations have been few. As we enter summer, the city plans to begin reminding people about watering restrictions, however. City Manager Bill Shipp said that while recent rains have been good for the soil, not much run-off has been created to raise lake levels in Tawakoni.

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7:43 am
Wed May 9, 2007

Residents head to Austin to oppose septic dump

Hunt County – More than 50 area residents head to Austin Wednesday for a hearing covering a controversial septic dump in Lone Oak. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality approved permits for the dump site earlier this month, but the issue will be reviewed by the TCEQ's governing body today, and they have the option to reconsider and deny the permit. The TCEQ's director has indicated he plans to recommend the permit be temporarily rescinded due to a grammatical error.

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