Commerce – Commerce Police are seeking information into a recent burglary of a business.
A suspect or suspects are said to have broke into and stolen several pieces of equipment Sunday from American Wood, located in the 800 block of 4th Street.
The items include one Electronic Mitutoyo Caliper, several different types of wrenches, drill bits, sanders, screwdrivers, one bevel protractor machine level, ball pin hammers, carabineers and drill guides.
Sulphur Springs – Hopkins County Judge Cletis Millsap is encouraging residents to take part in the 2010 census and fill out the forms upon reception.
In an email Wednesday, Millsap indicated Hopkins County has received millions of dollars for things like infrastructure grants for water, sewer, and homeland security based on census data. The benefits can be felt nationwide if each resident takes part in the process.
Commerce – Texas A&M University-Commerce hosted approximately 1,000 high school juniors, seniors, transfer students and their families at the Mane Event Preview Day on Saturday.
"This Mane Event Preview Day was an outstanding event," said Dr. Mary Hendrix, vice president for student access and success at A&M-Commerce. "The weather was beautiful, and the prospects and their families were thrilled with the activities of the day and the interactions they had with faculty and staff."
Wood County – New details have emerged in the case of a 45-year-old Wood County man charged with the attempted capital murder of state trooper Larry Vaughn.
Timothy Charles Parmer was wanted on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for allegedly threatening his common-law wife with a hatchet. The woman says Parmer is mentally ill and has a meth problem.