Commerce – Cleveland manges a late field goal to win on Monday Night Football; Mark Cuban is now facing federal charges for insider trading; the Cowboys may have saved their playoff chances with the win over Washington; baseball's new Hall Of Fame Classic changes; the A&M-Commerce soccer match will now be broadcast on KETR.
Commerce – The Commerce School Board Monday recognized those responsible for helping the district earn a number of instructional grant awards.
Dozens of administrators and citizens were on hand, as Executive Director of Curriculum and Personnel Danna Meyers thanked Commerce alumni, instructors and the Educational Enrichment Foundation for their help in obtaining the grants.
Greenville – A new church is to be built soon in Greenville. The Greenville Planning and Zoning Commission Monday gave its unanimous approval to the future Rising Star Christian Church for the replatting of four lots on Hemphill Street, where the church plans to locate. The church burned in a fire during the fall of 2007, as the result of a lightning strike.
Click the MP3 icon to listen as KETR's Greenville Correspondent Brad Kellar reports.
Greenville appoints assistant city manager; Greenville Christmas Concert to feature band MercyMe; Final hearing expected Monday in local internet fraud case involving Gold Incorporated; Recount resumes today in Hunt County Commissioner Precinct 1 contest; Royse City City Council appoints panel to spearhead search for new city manager.