The Region C water board argues the growing Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex needs water, and it has continued to keep the controversial proposed Marvin Nichols reservoir in its 2022 water plan. Region D water board is steadfast in its opposition of the proposed reservoir that would cover parts of Red River, Titus and Franklin counties with a 72,000-acre lake. This week in seeking to find financial support for itself, the Sulphur River Basin Authority approached Paris City Council and voiced support for capturing water and selling it to the metroplex. Should the region supply water to Dallas-Fort Worth?
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- Halloween Spirit: City hosts Roxton Saturday Night with fall festival
- Feral hogs pose problems for Lamar County farmers
- Paris Fire Department goes back to school for wildland fire treatment course
- Cooper City Council debates business moratorium: City looks to protect independently-owned enterprises
- Forecast for Sunday, Oct. 20: Potential for severe storms picks up toward evening
- Tresors de Paris Art to feature Maher’s art
- Paris-Lamar County health district plans ‘Drive-Thru to Beat the Flu’ event
- Paris Junior College honor society hosts fall induction ceremonies
- RRV Athlete of the Week
- 3 reported dead after Johntown explosion
- Three people reported missing, trapped in underground bunker in Talco area
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- Michael Lynn Hicks
- North Lamar to change homecoming queen coronation time
- Ashley ‘Brook’ Lester
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- Hetrolia ‘Bubba’ Edwards Jr.
- John Biard
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Developing an area or managing a city's growth takes an all-around approach — it takes a thriving business sector to offer jobs to attract and retain people, who also need homes in which to live. It can be a frustrating process as work is prioritized. If you were in charge of Paris' growth and development, what part of town would be your top priority to develop?