Greenville – A Greenville department store will be closing soon. The Goody's Family Clothing store inside Crossroads Mall, which escaped being closed last spring, will be among the outlets shutting its doors this year. The Associated Press reported this week that the Knoxville, Tenn.-based-chain will be liquidating its remaining 287 stores beginning Friday. The Goody's store at the Lamar Crossing Shopping Center in Paris also remained open last year, but will be among the outlets closing under the liquidation.
Commerce – A&M-Commerce names Guy Morriss as the new head football coach; Pacman Jones has been cut from the Cowboys and a new special teams coach has been hired; Mike Modano has been named to yet another All Star team; the Mavericks have a challenge before them tonight against the Knicks; the BCS National Championship game is tonight; a double-header for A&M-Commerce basketball as they host Eastern New Mexico starting at 6pm.
Greenville – Hunt County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of the persons responsible for robbery in Greenville.
The crime occurred on December 11 at around 6:20 p.m. in the 5000 block of Joe Ramsey Boulevard. Two white males are reported to have approached a victim then assaulted him, as one of the suspects held the victim in a head lock the other searched his pockets taking money.
A&M-Commerce names Guy Morriss as next head football coach; Commerce police close to apprehending suspect in New Year's Day shooting; Guilty pleas heard in connection to Commerce armed robbery; Reward being offered in connection to Greenville robbery.
Commerce – Listen to comments and reactions from Wednesday's press conference regarding the naming of Guy Morriss to the position of Head Football Coach at Texas A&M University-Commerce. Featured are sound bites from Coach Morriss, A&M-Commerce Athletic Director Carlton Cooper, President Dr. Dan Jones and A&M-Commerce athletes.
Guy Morriss has been named the new Head Football Coach at Texas A&M University-Commerce. Listen to the full press conference on demand here at ketr.org. Featuring university president Dr. Dan Jones, Athletic Director Carlton Cooper, and Coach Morriss, A&M-Commerce looks to continue a strong athletic and academic tradition.
Not guilty plea heard in connection with a Commerce armed robbery; Hunt County murder suspect to remain in jail for now; All four Rains County murder suspects to serve prison time following two more sentence hearings Tuesday; Red Cross officials in Paris exploring options of where to house victims of homeless shelter fire Monday which killed five; Trans Texas Corridor project no more; A&M-Commerce to officially announce new head football coach at 3 p.m. Wednesday with live coverage on KETR.