Commerce

Two time award winning author and speaker, Kevin Hines will speak in Commerce next week. Image courtesy of Texas A&M Commerce.

Kevin Hines Will Address Mental Health Conference

A&M-Commerce welcomes Kevin Hines as the 2018 Mental Health Matters Day Keynote speaker, for his presentation Cracked, Not Broken, on April 2 at 2 p.m. in Ferguson Auditorium. In 2000, two years after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Hines attempted to take his own life by jumping off the Golden […]

Dr. Keck has the audience's attention as he tells the story of The Commerce Texas A&M  Lions winning the Division Championship. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Faces and Places: Dr. Ray Keck at Daybreak Rotary

Many highways and byways brought Dr. Ray Keck to Texas A&M-Commerce two years ago. Keck is a native of San Antonio graduated from the Texas Military Institute.  He then went on to Princeton in New Jersey and Harvard in Massachusetts. He was instrumental in doubling the size of students at […]

A mild frost can occur when the outside temperature falls below 36 degrees. You will see it in the early morning on a chilly day. Image courtesy of the US Weather Service.

It is Almost Time for Spring Planting

Typically, frost can occur when the temperature falls below 36® F.  This is especially true in the rural areas of the county. Frost is a localized phenomenon that can be quite variable across a small area. Frost becomes more widespread when the temperature falls below 32 degrees. If you planted […]

Graduation is just a small step for Greenville students as they prepare for life's challenges.  Image courtesy of Greenville ISD.

Texas A&M Commerce Partners with Greenville ISD

The path from Greenville High School to Texas A&M University-Commerce will soon become a much easier one to navigate thanks to “First Choice,” a new partnership initiative designed to turn more Greenville Lions into A&M-Commerce Lions. The launch of this new partnership will be celebrated at a signing ceremony at […]

A car clears the crossing at Wellington Street with less than an inch to spare before scraping the underside of the chassis. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Rough Crossing

Three separate railroads cross public streets in Greenville.  They are the Kansas City Southern (KCS) with its headquarters in its namesake city.  The Dallas, Garland and Northeastern (DGNO) is located in Richardson, Texas and the Blacklands Railroad with its main office in Sulphur Springs.  The Blacklands Railroad serves Commerce, Texas […]