Commerce – A case of rabies have been reported in Commerce. Local pet owners are being urged to take extra precautions to protect their dogs, cats and other animals, as a case of rabies has been reported.
Beckey Thompson with the Commerce Veterinary Clinic said a client, who lives about a mile outside of the city limits, brought in a skunk last week that had been killed by the client's dogs. Testing confirmed the rabies.
Commerce – As part of a three hour meeting Tuesday, the Commerce City Council took no action on possible discipline of or removal of City Manager Dion Miller.
Councilman Tony Henry requested the item be placed on the agenda, citing several occasions of concern which included a failure by Miller to review and execute checks issued by the city, failure to pursue a water contract with Texas A&M University-Commerce, plus failure to seek council consent for contracts with outside contractors.
Commerce City Council takes not action to discipline city manager; Commerce budget and tax rate not approved; Formal charge of murder in Caddo Mills; Still no bond reduction for Greenville murder suspect; Elderly Bonham woman still missing after two days.
Commerce – The first of three University Community Updates for the fall semester at Texas A&M University-Commerce outlined a number of items including fall enrollment, outreach initiatives, the new One Stop Shop and several upcoming events.