Commerce – Commerce Police received a report of a decomposed body in a field over the weekend. The call came in around 5pm Saturday of a body in a field near the intersection of Church and Chestnut Streets in Commerce. The body was badly decomposed and was not identifiable, other than to be identified as female.
Hunt County – An additional felony charge has been added to a man in connection with illegal dumping in South Hunt County. 33 year old Dustin Willcutts was charged in May with dumping construction debris on his property near Poetry. Willcutts first appeared in court and was charged $500 for creating a public nuisance and was then served with a search warrant and an arrest warrant on commercial dumping charges.
This is Part Four of our inside look into District 10-3A High School Football.
Sean McEnany brings you the Inside Look into the Wills Point Tigers. Wills Point saw an early exit from the playoffs last year, but think they have an ever better offense this year...and that's saying alot. They hope to be a real threat to take the District 10-3A crown.
This is Part Two of our inside look into District 10-3A High School Football.
Sean McEnany brings you the Inside Look into the Quinlan-Ford Panthers. Quinlan is one of the bigger school sin the district, but isn't expected to do much. Head Coach Derek Alford wants to change those perceptions of the Panthers, however.
Commerce – The City of Commerce will be cracking down on fireworks inside the city limits this year. Setting off fireworks is and has been illegal inside Commerce City limits, but enforcement has traditionally been lax in most cases, according to Commerce City Manager Bill Shipp.
SHIPP: We have not always in the past enforced that strictly. But this year, we are going to enforce it strictly, and we must enforce it strictly. Especially given the dry conditions that exist around the county.
Commerce – The City of Commerce will be spraying for mosquitoes Friday night. Spraying will begin around 10pm tomorrow night, and the entire city will be sprayed, which is a change from previous years, according to Commerce City Manager Bill Shipp.