March Madness started a little earlier than usual this year.
The story from Roxton's win over Laneville in the Class A, Division II Region 3 final is an incredible one.
On Tuesday I headed out with the paper's crack staff photo editor, Sam Craft, to try and get some good shots of the impending severe weather bearing down on Paris in the late afternoon hours.
For the record, despite rumors to the contrary I had absolutely nothing to do with the poisoning of the trees at Toomer's Corner.
The Paris News will soon be publishing the biggest and best thing we do as a newspaper all year: our annual Valley Visions progress edition.
I always enjoy hearing stories about how people first met, like the one our "sweethearts for life," Ann and Marvin Simpson, shared with our readers in this month's Paris Lifestyles magazine.
As a follow up to my Wednesday blog, I wanted to let you know the Paris Independent School District has moved one of its Saturday weather days scheduled for April.
I have some good news and some bad news for parents wondering how the Paris Independent School District plans to make up for the weather days students have missed as a result of the snow and ice we have been dealing with locally since the New Year began.
The Super Bowl just might be the only event on television where no one turns the channel when the commercials come on.
I'm just a redneck from Alabama, but I'm here to tell you, I've seen more snow in the last week here in Paris than I have seen in my entire life.