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  • On March 26, 2017 just before 4:00 a.m., Commerce Police Department was notified of shots fired at the 428 Club at 428 MLK, Commerce, Texas. Officers were aware of a large party being held at this location and were in the area waiting for it to end.
  • Date Night at the Heard will be a fun, outdoor fundraising event featuring live music, dancing, a cash bar and food trucks. Tickets will be available to the public (while supplies last) beginning March 28.
  • Men's and women's whirlwind worlds are sabotaged, whether skirts are blowing upward, toupees are flying onward, or tags are hanging outward. One thing is for sure---we need to pay more attention to ourselves.
  • (L-R) Bois d'Arc Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists mascot Old Timer, Gail Young, Jody Lindsey and Linda Brinlee
  • In frontier times, finding sufficient water was an issue. Whereas currently we export water, in 1848 the city of Sherman had to be relocated four miles to its present site because of a lack of wood and water. At that time well diggers were respected artisans. Their work was essential for building a town and even making a home.
  • The Farmers & Fleas Market will be held in downtown Farmersville at the historic Onion Shed on Saturday, April 1. Sales hours are 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. The Farmers & Fleas Market features produce, crafts, food, jewelry, antiques, and more.