Sulphur Springs – The Sulphur Springs City Council Tuesday heard and discussed a number of projects, several of which dealt with road construction and road safety.
City Manager Marc Maxwell presented engineering drawings for Connally Street, which are now 90 percent complete. Maxwell hopes the city can sell bonds for the project and begin construction within a couple months, once the city can find a municipal bond interest rate for long-term debt less than five percent.
Texas Comptroller's Officer releases monthly sales tax rebate collections report; Aggravated robbery lands Greenville man in prison; Thursday last day to register to vote for May 9 elections; Sulphur Springs City Council addresses several road projects; Hunt County Crime Stoppers seek burglary suspect.
Visiting author Nin Andrews will be the guest speaker at an opening party for the 2009 Mayo Review Thursday April 9th at 7pm in the Innovation Room of the Sam Rayburn Student Center. Karen Schubert is a visiting writer teaching on the A&M-Commerce campus this semester. More info online at orgs.tamu-commerce.edu/mayoreview
Writers Nin Andrews and Karen Schubert join KETR's Kevin Jefferies to talk about the 2009 Mayo Review
Commerce robbery suspect appointed attorney; City of Commerce makes next step in mandate to relocate utility lines along Highway 11; Braum's Ice Cream and Dairy Stores in Commerce to build new facility along Highway 50; Progress being made on new serivce center for Greenville Electric Utility System; Sulphur Springs ISD releases information on bond proposal to appear on May 9 ballot.
Commerce, TX – Bill Harrison, president of Demand Solutions, talks with the guys about methods local small- and mid-sized business can employ to be in the best economical position while waiting on forthcoming breaks.
Commerce, TX – Mavs square off against Utah; Rangers battle the Indians; Stars lose in Minnesota; Cennecticut women come out ahead; A&M-Commerce senior Blake Worden shines at the Kickingbird Golf Classic; Greenville Lady Lions scoreless for 4 district games.
Commerce – Braum's Ice Cream and Dairy Stores in Commerce has received consent to build a new facility with drive-in service along Highway 50.
The Commerce City Council Tuesday approved a conditional use permit for the business, currently located along Culver Street in Commerce. The company plans to build the drive-in or curb service at 1589 Highway 50, adjacent to Dominos Pizza in the Commerce shopping center.