Dr. LaVelle Hendricks, associate professor of counseling and associate editor of the Journal of Counseling and Addiction, says because most e-cigarettes (electronic cigarettes) contain nicotine, they still pose a major cancer threat to users.
Blacklands Cafe. A&M-Commerce associate professor of counseling Dr. LaVelle Hendricks discusses e-cigarettes. KETR, John Mark Dempsey.
Commerce Mayor John Ballotti says the city has been officially designated a "Go Texan Certified Retirement Community." And the mayor says the deed to the old A.L. Day Elementary School building has been transferred to Tipitina's, the New Orleans-based non-profit music organization that plans to open a facility in the old school.
Bert Cooper, the director of Community Seeds, says his organization is developing a community, or incubator, kitchen in Lone Oak, where citizens will learn to cook food for sale to the public, and where the food can be prepared. Community Seeds is an "outreach organization, providing care for the less fortunate."
Dick Latson of Commerce Community Cares introduces a special guest. Commerce Community Cares Inc. was organized for the charitable and educational purposes of the citizens of Commerce. CCC strives to support local agencies that provide services to the citizens from infancy through senior care.
Williams, the director of development for the College of Business and Entrepreneurship at Texas A&M-Commerce, continues his endeavor of speaking to alumni groups and others about the university and its role in the A&M System. Wyman says many do not know the state funds only about 35 percent of the costs of higher education, compared to nearly 90 percent in the 1960s. Also, for the 125th anniversary of the University this fall, Wyman says a new "heritage line" of apparel will be announced soon.