Commerce, TX – Texas baseball opening season; NCAA champs are North Carolina; MJ headed for hall of fame; A&M-C senior Ali Tanner in a tie for 10th at Grand Canyon Invitational; Greenville Christian baseball and softball fare well last night; and Greenville tennis teams face tough competition today.
Commerce – A regional transportation board could hire a financial advisor when it meets this week.
The Sulphur River Regional Mobility Authority (SURRMA) board plans to meet in Commerce Wednesday at City Hall.
On the agenda is an introduction from a representative from First Southwest Securities, along with a discussion and possible vote to hire the firm as the authority's financial adviser. First Southwest Securities currently provides similar services for the City of Commerce, Greenville and other entities.
Two arrested, one turns self in following two seperate robbery cases over weekend in Commerce; GEUS lowers rates, saves customers money; Trial begins Tuesday in Greenville armed robbery case; SURRMA Board to meet Wednesday to decide on potential financial advisory; State troopers in Hopkins County make two big busts over weekend; Hopkins County man on trial for child sex assault offenses.
L-3 Communications Integrated Systems in Greenville cuts about 50 jobs; Commerce man sentenced to prison after probation revoked for assaulting two Commerce Police Officers in 2007; Arrest warrants ordered for men in Hunt County oil and gas scandal; Big Event of Commerce over, Chili Fest set for this weekend; Two killed in Sunday night accident in Kaufman County.
Commerce, TX – Mavs beat the Suns; Jeff Gordon gets a win in Texas - finally; Astros and Rangers both open the season today; NCAA championship is tonight; TA Cotton Ford track meet a success; A&M-Commerce athletics involved in Big Event and Speical Olympics.
Hunt County – Arrest warrants have been ordered for men in Hunt County oil and gas scandal.
Donald Joseph Dean, 44, of Tyler; Michael Day Lamont, 30, of Allen; and Carl Tinsley Ratner, 52, address unknown, were indicted by the Hunt County grand jury on March 27. for engaging in organized criminal activity, acting as an unregistered dealer and selling unregistered securities. Dean and Ratner were also indicted on securities fraud.