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Commerce – Change is on the horizon for the city of Commerce as municipal elections approach. Races for city Mayor, as well as council seats 2 and 4 are all up for grabs, with 3 candidates vying for each position.
Chris Ellason is a graduate of Texas A&M University-Commerce who's seeking the position of City Council Place 2.
Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new A.C. Williams Elementary School in Commerce have been set. The Commerce School Board Friday also gave approval to W.B. Kibler Construction Company not to exceed a guaranteed maximum price of $12,499,807 in total costs.
Hunt, Fannin County – A Fannin County man has been arraigned on a charge of murder. Bo Bailey Harris of Gober was formally arraigned on the charge Wednesday, involving the weekend stabbing death of William Ian Adams of Greenville. He's reported to have confessed to killing Adams Sunday night just north of the Hunt/Fannin county line. Harris is being held in the Fannin County Jail in lieu of $500,000 bond.
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By Click the MP3 icon to listen as Mayo Review Editor LeAnn Nash talks about the great participation exhibited by students in this year?s issue.
Commerce – Thursday marks the launch of the latest issue of the Mayo Review, the literary creative arts magazine at Texas A&M University-Commerce. The magazine is designed to showcase creative writing, poetry, prose, non-fiction, drama and art by faculty, students and community members.
Greenville – There will soon be more hotel rooms in Greenville. The Planning and Zoning Commission Monday approved preliminary and final layouts for the project. The 4 story, 82 rooms Fairfield Inn and Suites will be built near Home Depot. The hotel is one of two new hotels planned for the area, as part of a proposed Greenville Town Center Development.
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Hunt, Fannin County – A Greenville man has been found murdered in Fannin County. According to a release issued Tuesday by the Fannin County Sheriff's Office, 19 year-old Bo Bailey Harris of Gober has confessed to the murder of 22-year old William Ian Adams. The investigation began Monday after the report of a stolen car in Greenville. As of Tuesday evening, there was no word on whether Harris had been formally charged in connection with the case. An investigation is still pending.