Paris – Officials have released the names of the five victims killed earlier this month following a fire at a Paris homeless shelter.
In a release issued Friday, the Paris Fire Department identified the dead as Derrial Wayne Dixon, John Norman Bove, Burt Babb Jr., Floyd Eugene Hutt and Delores "Bobby" Parker. Since the fire, officials had been working to contact the victim's next of kin before releasing their names.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. awards ceremony Thursday night in Commerce; Rescheduled sentencing hearing Thursday for Greenville man convicted on child pornography charges; Hunt County Crime Stoppers seek aggravated robbery suspect; Transportation meeting next week in Hunt County.
Commerce – Its now four losses in a row for the Mavericks; Texas A&M wins over Baylor; it was losses to Central Oklahoma for both the A&M-Commerce men's and women's teams but Britney Jordan sets a school record; Sam Bradford is coming back for another season; A&M-Commerce Athletic Director will be part of a panel of presenters for the NCAA Convention; and the A&M-Commerce soccer team have been named the Martin Luther King Jr. People of the Year and will be honored tonight.
Commerce – The Hunt County African American Leadership Conference and the Commerce Rotary Club Thursday present the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. awards ceremony for the City.
Dr. Hal Langford, Dean of the College of Business and Technology at Texas A&M University-Commerce will be the keynote speaker.
This year's recipients include Jack Gray, MLK Employee of the Year; Ann Ruth Champion, MLK Woman of the Year and Dr. Fred Tarpley, MLK Man of the Year. Below is a complete list of awards and recipients.