The shooting at the small events center west of Greenville shocked Texas and the nation.
Mark Haslett

Gov. Greg Abbott said Sunday that officials were working "aggressively" to respond to a shooting in Greenville, Texas, that left two people dead. 

"Texas Rangers & Texas Dept. of Public Safety are working aggressively with local & federal officials to respond to the #TexasAMCommerce shooting," Abbott wrote using his personal Twitter account.

"Some misinformation will be clarified," he added without elaborating.

Empty bottles and discarded clothing littered the site of the Saturday night shooting the following morning.
Mark Haslett

Two men died and 12 more people were injured as a result of a shooting at a public party just west of Greenville late Saturday night. The lone suspect, currently identified only as male, remains at large, the Hunt County Sheriff's Office said.

Texas A&M University-Commerce

Texas A&M-Commerce Alumni Affairs director Derryle Peace discusses the annual Homecoming event at the University, which takes place Saturday (Oct. 27).  The theme is "Let the Good Times Roar." The Alumni Center will host an open house beginning at 10 a.m.  Tailgating also begins at 10.  The A&M-Commerce Lions play West Texas A&M at 4 p.m. in the homecoming football game.

Slideshow: 2017 Bulldog Homecoming

Oct 19, 2017
2017 Cooper High School Homecoming Queen Brinna Walker
Cindy Roller / Cooper Review

The lights on the final scoreboard truly said it all on the Homecoming of the Cooper Bulldogs last Friday night under the lights. It was a bitter sweet Homecoming win for the hometown Cooper Bulldogs with the 55-0 final over the Prairiland Patriots, honoring fallen Bulldog Brayden Withrow #55.

Texas A&M University-Commerce

Texas A&M University-Commerce Alumni Relations director Derryle Peace reviews plans for homecoming 2016 at the University, which is Saturday.  The event includes a golf tournament Friday at the Webb Hill Country Club near Wolfe City, with registration starting at 9 a.m.  Saturday, events include the dedication of the new graveside park at University found William L.

Memorial Stadium will host the third game of the season in which two nationally ranked teams square off, this time featuring the no. 11 Lions and the no. 10 Mustangs.

Memorial Stadium will host its third top-25 matchup this season on Saturday when the no. 10 Midwestern State University Mustangs travel to Commerce to square off against the no. 11 Texas A&M University–Commerce in their homecoming game.

The Lions (6-1, 5-0 Lone Star Conference) and Midwestern State (7-0, 4-0 LSC) go into this matchup as the only undefeated teams in conference play, and this game is looking to decide the seeding for the upcoming Lone Star Conference Playoff.

A&M-Commerce is coming off of its fifth win in a row, garnering a 38-20 in Canyon against West Texas A&M (2-4, 1-3 LSC) last Saturday.

In the contest, the Lions found themselves shut out in the first quarter for the first time all season, but regained their form in the second, putting up 21 points and grabbing a lead that they would hold for the rest of the game. Head Coach Colby Carthel was pleased at how his team was able to right the ship in the second quarter.

“The wind was blowing about 20 miles an hour into our faces in the first, and our offense did a good job of chewing up clock.” Carthel said. “But then we got the wind at our backs and were able to really get after them.”

Running back Richard Cooper was business as usual, posting his seventh 100-yard rushing performance of the season in as many games, setting a new school record. Carthel likes the dynamic that Cooper adds to the offense.

“He’s been steady Eddy toting the rock this year.” Carthel said. “Both him and Theo [Wofford] have been tremendous at running the football.”

Cooper and the rest of the Lions will have to be at their best to beat the Mustangs.

Texas A&M University-Commerce
Texas A&M University-Commerce

Texas A&M University-Commerce Alumni Relations director Derryle Peace discusses plans for Homecoming 2015.  The student-selected theme is "Let the Games Begin," with vintage board games and video games being played on campus.  A parade is scheduled for 10:15 a.m. Saturday morning, with the homecoming football game at 3 p.m. against Midwestern State.

Homecoming Parade has been moved to Tuesday evening, Sept. 22 at 6:30 p.m.
Cindy Roller / Cooper Review

Following a home turf victory the Cooper High School Bulldog fans have even more to cheer about coming next week as fun activities are planned.

Originally planned for Monday the Homecoming Parade will now be on Tuesday, Sept. 22 due to the Trustees meeting and Flex Day.

Week of Celebrating Cooper's Homecoming

Sep 25, 2014
Cindy Roller / Cooper Review

Homecoming fans enjoyed the second half in Cooper as the Bulldogs gave them a 30-7 victory to celebrate over the visiting Prairiland Patriots last Friday.


A&M-Commerce Alumni Relations director Derryle Peace is ready for Homecoming Week at the University, October 28-Nov. 2.  The homecoming game vs. Angelo State University is at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2.