Commerce – The Commerce Police Department is seeking information regarding a recent armed robbery that occurred in the City.
The crime occurred at approximately 11:16 p.m. Saturday, near the intersection of Monroe and Hunt Street. A male victim is reported to have been walking south along Monroe when he was approached by three men. The victim was then forced to surrender his wallet, which held the man's money and identification cards. All three suspects then fled the scene on foot, leaving in separate directions.
Greenville – The City of Greenville has appointed an Assistant City Manager.
John Adel currently serves as the City's Community Development Director. According to Greenville City Manager Steven Alexander, Adel has proved to be a solid leader in the organization and a strong manager. He has the credentials that will assist in addressing the challenges the City faces in growing and development planning.
A&M-Commerce Planetarium director Dr. Kent Montgomery joined Kevin, Scott, and Katie on November 14th to talk about a new show opening up at the Planetarium and a meteor shower that can be seen this weekend.
Dr. Kent Montgomery interview on KETR Morning Show
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Commerce – Mavs lose...again; Lions volleyball falls to Tarleton in LSC tourney; Lions soccer today in NCAA playoffs; Dallas Stars lose to LA Kings; Jets win in OT; Cowboys in big rivalry game Sunday; high school football playoffs.
Commerce to receive positive sales tax figures from September; Greenville businesses begin seeking permits for alcohol sales; Hunt County to observe National Adoption Day Friday; Bonham seeking funds for new animal shelter; Commerce citizens encouraged to lend a hand Saturday morning to set up lights for the holidays.
Bonham – The Bonham City Council is helping to make strides toward the development of a new Animal Shelter for the city and Fannin County.
Council members this week appointed Councilman Wayne Moore to serve as a co-liaison to the Fannin County Animal Shelter Advisory Board. The goal of the Board is to seek funding toward the development of a new animal shelter.