Local Interest

These are stories that may not qualify as 'breaking local news,' but are still of importance and interest to our region.

At 1pm today, faculty and staff at A&M-Commerce gathered in the Ferguson Social Sciences Auditorium for the Community Update conducted by president Dan Jones and provost Larry Lemanski.

The following column was written by  Commerce ISD Superintendent Blake Cooper. This is the first of several articles he'll be writing periodically throughout the year to help communicate events and news at CISD. 

Greenville monthly newsletter now available

Oct 4, 2011

Greenville City Manager Steven Alexander publishes a monthly newsletter to members of the City Council. The newsletter is now available to view online at www.ci.greenville.tx.us/newsletter.

Local cooks sought for stew competition

Oct 4, 2011

SULPHUR SPRINGS - Area chefs have until Friday to sign up for the 2011World Championship Hopkins County Stew contest in Sulphur Springs.

Jerrod Knight

After months of planning and with perfect weather on their side, the Friends of the Wolfe City Public Library held a celebration of the Santa Fe Depot on Saturday.

DALLAS — Hundreds of local products, Texas entertainment and other exciting attractions highlight the first week’s calendar at the Texas Department of Agriculture’s Food and Fiber Pavilion at the State Fair of Texas, Sept. 30-Oct. 23.

The Second Annual Photo Walk in downtown Sulphur Springs will give participants a chance to share their creativity with others and get tips from fellow local photographers.

EDOM/BEN WHEELER — The 279 Artisans Trail’s Second Saturday Art Jam October 8 will feature the works of artists, craft demonstrations, live music, Oktoberfest, a Scarecrow Trail, and more.

Just over 1,200 high school band students will arrive in Commerce on Monday afternoon Oct. 3rd at Memorial Stadium on the university campus.

Fall 2011 A to Z program underway at Museum

Sep 28, 2011

COMMERCE - Under the sponsorship of Hunt Regional Healthcare, the fall class of Healthy Kids from A to Z will begins Wednesday at 10:00 AM at the Northeast Texas Children's Museum.

WOLFE CITY - The Historic Santa Fe Train Depot turns 100 years old this weekend. The Depot has been home to the Wolfe City Public Library since 1985.

On Monday, Hunt County Justice of the Peace for Precinct 3 Aaron Williams will present a proclamation for the building.

Saturday's celebration starts at 10:30 a.m. KETR will be live at the event.

You can learn more about Saturday's celebration at ketr.org/events.
 

 

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Each year, Gentle Dental Care in Greenville gives away a free 'Smile Makeover' to one lucky nominee. It's their way of giving back to a community that's been kind to them, and changing lives, one at a time.

BEN WHEELER, TX (ketr) - More than 200 people packed into Moore's Store in Ben Wheeler Sunday to pay tribute to entrepreneur and philanthropist Brooks Gremmels. State Representative Dan Flynn and Van Zandt County Commissioner Ron Carroll read proclamations by the state legislature and county judge declaring September 18, 2011, Brooks Gremmels Day in Van Zandt County.

Bois d'Arc Saturday Afternoon Tours Offered

Sep 19, 2011

COMMERCE, TX - Three Saturday afternoon tours and a downtown welcome of a new downtown landmark have been added to the Bois d'Arc program for Sept. 24. Reservations may be made by calling 903-886-6498 before Sept.24 or by calling the Commerce Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 24 and asking for Lavonne Wells or Evonne Richardson. The three tours will depart from the street between the Commerce Public Library and the Commerce Post Office.

Artisans Attracted to City Hall for Bash Events

Sep 19, 2011

COMMERCE, TX - Non-stop varied events will draw Bois d'Arc Bash crowds to Commerce City Hall for arts, crafts, videos, information, and demonstrations of bois d'arc archery. The free events are sponsored by the City of Commerce, the Commerce Chamber of Commerce, and the Bois d'Arc Capital Crafters Activities will begin at 10:30 a.m. and close at 4:30 p.m. on Sat., Sept. 24.

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