Making Life Better

Commerce will weigh annexation
The Commerce City Council is scheduled to vote Monday on whether to annex 14 acres along U.S. Highway 441 so that a local man can open a junkyard there.

Justice prevails for Commerce
COMMERCE - A new era will begin this fall for Commerce football, but it will begin with a familiar face.

Students wait to see new Commerce High School
Students and staff were looking forward to the grand opening of the new Commerce High School this week, but lingering roadway hazards left over from an historic winter storm continue to postpone its long-awaited debut.

Commerce's Davis makes most of rare opportunities to score in Tigers' win
Throughout his career at Commerce, senior Addison Davis has been a role player on offense, defense and special teams.

Shearer: Kids making the grade, making themselves sick
Getting good grades was really easy for me in the beginning. From kindergarten through sixth grade, I was a straight-A student who could pass any test without ever having to study. All that changed when I got to junior high school, though. The classes were harder, I was extremely undisciplined, and I began seeing failing marks on my report cards for the first time in my life.

Pinkerton bounces back from early fumble against Commerce
Although junior tailback David Pinkerton turned in a trio of big plays last Friday in North Oconee's 42-0 victory at Commerce, he displayed some important resilience on a play with an unhappy outcome.

Drivers who had the racer's edge look back in Commerce Drag Kings
COMMERCE - John Force came to the first Southern Nationals at Atlanta Dragway in 1981 and could only pray. He had just convinced Coca-Cola to sponsor his car, but he didn't have the speed that his competition had.

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