Wolfe City man killed in Sunday accident; Charges dropped for one man indicted on robbery charges in Commerce; New beer and wine sales regulations made in Greenville; Greenville woman convicted of drowning infant son seeks new trial; Lone Oak City Council terminates police office, accepts resignation of police chief; Guilty pleas entered in Rains County triple murder; Dallas City Council denies naming street after labor leader Chavez.
City of Commerce to install new water meters; A&M-Commerce releases additional information on proposed referendum to be voted on this week; Recount to be officialy declared Monday in race for Hunt County Commissioner Pricinct 1; Changes to be seen in this year's Christmas Parade in Greenville; New rules may be coming regarding alcohol sales in Greenville.
Commerce Tigers lose final game of season to North Lamar; A&M-Commerce Lions win final game of season over Southwestern Oklahoma; Lion's volleyball team drops final game of season to Midwestern, but look forward to LSC Tournament this week; A&M-Commerce soccer to learn post-season fate during selection show Monday afternoon; Mavericks lose to LA Clippers, fall to 2-4; additional HS football scors.
Greenville – There could possibly be some new rules regarding alcohol sales in Greenville. Businesses are expected to begin submitting applications to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) later this week, seeking the right to be able to sell beer and wine from store shelves and mixed beverages at restaurants without requiring a private club.
Commerce – The City of Commerce will soon begin replacing all water meters with new, more accurate, radio read system meters. Beginning Wednesday, November 19, and lasting for 10 weeks, crews from energy conservation company Noresco will begin swapping out the old meters.
Earlier this year, Noresco conducted an audit of the city's current water meter system, and concluded that the money the city would save on the new meter system would help pay for the project in 10 years.
Commerce – The Texas A&M University-Commerce Athletic Department has released more information regarding a proposed referendum to be voted on this week.
If approved by a majority vote, students would be charged $10 per semester credit hour up to 12 credit hours total. In return, students would see additional funding go to programs like Residence Life, Breakout Entertainment, Student Government Association, and other programs currently funded by the student services fee.
Commerce – TCU falls to Utah; Rockwall-Heath overcomes No. 3 Highland Park in overtime; Denver downs Cleveland in NFL Thursday night action; A&M-Commerce soccer plays in the LSC Tournament today; Rangers shortstop Michael Young picks up a gold glove; Tech faces OSU, Texas faces Baylor, and the Agiies host OU tomorrow; the Tigers and Lions finish their seasons this week.
Texas A&M University-Commerce making headway in quest to fill a number of key positions; Death penalty being sought in Hunt County capitol murder case; Veterans celebrations to take place all weekend throughout Hunt County; Sulphur Springs appoints chairperson and board of directors to Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone; Plano woman convicted of dropping toddler from balcony, could get life sentence.