Open House and Meet the Teacher Night at all Prairiland ISD campuses will take place Aug. 12 from 5 to 7 p.m.
BLOSSOM — Residents interested in participating in local government can enter their names in the next City Council election, after two seats opened up.
As Corey Townsend digs his heels in to fight a second cancerous brain tumor, friends, family and more turned out Saturday to show him some love and support.
The days are longer and hotter, children are outside playing instead of in the classrooms and the flowers are in bloom. Summer is in full swing, and this weekend, Reno and Blossom celebrated the season in style.
Another round of storms, another bout of short-lived road flooding, sporadic wind damage and power outages. Heavy rain has become par for the course this year, and Wednesday’s storms did not disappoint.
Blossom City Council will meet Thursday to vote on the request from Lamar County Appraisal District to buy Peoples National Bank in downtown Paris.
The Greater Blossom Development Association will kick off its third Patriot Fest on June 28 at Blossom Community Park.
Census estimates for Paris in 2018 show the city is losing residents this decade. Lamar County’s second largest city, Reno, on the other hand, experienced modest population growth.
The City of Blossom will host its semiannual Citywide Cleanup from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.
7H Construction will be the company behind improvements to the FM 196 sanitary sewer line project here.
Several times a month, residents who live along Highway 82 just to the east of Reno find themselves contending with large amounts of garbage filling their yards and roadways. And they say they’ve had enough.
With a 100 percent chance of showers and widespread thunderstorms looming in the National Weather Service forecast for Saturday, there have been cancellations of many planned events in Paris and surrounding communities.