First United Methodist Church senior pastor Valarie Englert discusses issues of faith on the Blacklands Cafe. In this program, she gives her opinion on what not to say to someone who has suffered a tragedy.
Blacklands Cafe. First United Methodist Church of Commerce senior pastor Valarie Englert discusses what not to say to someone who has suffered a tragedy. KETR, John Mark Dempsey.
The Cole Porter musical "Kiss Me Kate," a production of the Theatre program and the Department of Music at Texas A&M University-Commerce, opens tonight at 8 p.m. in the University Playhouse. Performances will be at 8 p.m. each night through Saturday, with a 3 p.m. matinee on Sunday. Theatre faculty member Joe Reynolds is the director and guests on the Blacklands Cafe.
Hunt County Historical Commission chairman Carol Taylor says artifacts of the Native American Caddo tribe are not too hard to find in Hunt County, but she says the tribe was not as numerous as you might imagine.
Commerce Mayor Dr. John Ballotti says the new Hibbett Sports will open Saturday, Nov. 2, and the Dollar Tree store soon after in shopping center where Braum's is located. And Mayor Ballotti says the papers have been signed to officially bring the Tipitina's music venue to the old A.L. Day Elementary School building on the east side of Commerce.
The CEO of the Pennington Performance Group of Addison, and A&M-Commerce/ETSU alumnus Randy Pennington advises businesses on managing change. Whether you're a "dodo bird" or a "coyote" will determine whether you successfully adapt to changes, Randy says.