Good morning, Red River Valley! The National Weather Service has issued a dense fog advisory for Choctaw County until 9 a.m. The day will eventually clear to become partly sunny with a high near 62.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Today begins with a 20% chance of showers before noon, though the cloudy skies should clear some to become mostly sunny through the afternoon.
The Texas Department of Transportation has announced planned road work in Delta, Lamar and Red River counties. These schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions, equipment failure or other unforeseen issues.
Good morning, Red River Valley! We're likely to see areas of patchy frost early this morning as overnight temperatures dipped to near freezing. The sun is scheduled to make an appearance.
The city currently limits livestock to two animals on one acre of land, and requires another half acre per animal after that. The law does allow for ag students or FFA students to have temporary projects in the city limits.
The lieutenant governor said Thursday he may decrease the threshold to a simple majority if Republicans lose one or two seats in November.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Are you ready for some sun? Today will be partly sunny, gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 51 as we continue in a warming period. Winds will come from the northwest at about 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 20 mph.
Lamar County voter registration rolls have dropped recently, according to Elections Clerk Tricia Johnson, thanks to voter purges.
Much of the sudden spike in popularity is thanks to a Texas law last year that legalized hemp, the plant from which CBD is derived.
Good morning, Red River Valley! As low pressure moves to the east of us, so too will the rain. We'll start today with a 30% chance of showers before winds switch and we begin to see some clearing.
The Trump administration announcement reverses an Obama-era decision in 2012 to cut federal women’s health funding to Texas. That came as punishment after the Texas Legislature excluded Planned Parenthood from the Healthy Texas Women program in 2011.
"Resettlement funding cannot simply be reallocated to other problem areas such as homelessness," said the CEO of the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Dreary and miserable, that's how National Weather Service meteorologist Jason Godwin summed up today's forecast. Bundle up, grab the umbrella and prepare for a drizzly, chilly, wintery day.
The Delta County Local Work Group convened on Jan. 14 at the Delta County Civic Center. Sixty-four stakeholders and landowners attended this crucial meeting for the 2021 Environmental Quality Incentives Program priority work list.
Good morning, Red River Valley! We're waking up to another chilly morning as the overnight low dipped to around 30. Fortunately, we've got another sunny day ahead, although cool winds from the east southeast will limit our high to about 46 degrees.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Brrrr! It's a chilly start to the work week this morning but fear not, for the sun will come out to warm us up. Don't be surprised to see areas of patchy frost before 8 a.m.
Fitness and technology are mixing like never before, and with the proliferation of wearable technology, it's becoming easier to monitor workouts and meet fitness goals. The Pew Research Center recently announced that one in five U.S. adults regularly wear a smart watch or fitness tracker to …
Good morning, Red River Valley! We should see a quick warm up to around 51 today as the sun gets up in the clear sky. Cool air will prevail as winds come from the north at 5 to 10 mph. Tonight will be mostly clear with a low around 30.
The Texas Department of Transportation has announced work planned in Delta, Lamar and Red River Counties during the week of Jan. 20, 2020.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Expect a mostly cloudy day through mid-morning, then a gradual clearing through the afternoon as the high reaches about 53. It'll be gusty as winds come in from the north at 15 to 20 mph with gusts as high as 30 mph.
“I think this is one way of telling the federal government, ‘hey, you’re going to run into a lot of problems if you do this,’" Mayor Pro Tem David Phillips said.