The Texas Department of Transportation has announced work planned in Delta, Lamar and Red River counties for the coming week. Schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions, equipment failure or other unforeseen issues.

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State Farm agent Dane McLamore presents a donation from State Farm Insurance to Paris Pregnancy Care Center Monday for an agency-sponsored August Diaper Day. From left to right: Roxann Hadley, Casey Weyland, Scott Kennedy, Kendra Abbey, Vickie Powell, Dane McLamore, Sharon Peters and Debbi Cutrell.

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AUSTIN — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is reminding hunters and anglers that all current year Texas hunting and fishing licenses (except the year-to-date fishing license) expire at the end of August, and new licenses for 2019-20 go on sale Thursday.

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Paris City Council honored the Dixie Youth 9 and under world championship team with a proclamation at Monday’s meeting. Pictured, from left, are Logan Scholl, Ryder Moree, Aiden Curtis, Kallon Gallaghan, Kai Furtch, Averi Curtis, Ky Fortner, Pierce Keenum, Noah Williams and Luke Nutt. In bac…

Ask anyone who knew Kim Hancock, and they will tell you she was a friend to all she met. On Saturday, the Paris Elks Lodge was full of friends who came to honor her memory after she passed away last week following her battle with cancer.

The the first Chevy Truck Day in the Park is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Record Park, at 7th Street Northwest and Henderson Street, and it will feature Chevy trucks from 1999 and before.

Liberty National Bank recently made a $5,000 donation to Paris/Lamar County Habitat for Humanity to assist in building new homes for qualifying applicants. The Paris/Lamar County Habitat for Humanity is currently building two houses per year. Pictured, from left, are David Thrasher, bank vic…

Sensei Jerry Offutt, Paul McClain and and ShoDan Travis Dickson with United Shotokan Association host a karate demonstration at Anytime Fitness in Paris on Saturday. The association is establishing in Paris and karate lessons are taught on Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. at Anytime Fitness.

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Tickets are going fast for the next Country Dinner Theater scheduled Sept. 9 at First Christian Church, 780 20th St. NE, according to church outreach director Ronnie Nutt.

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As digital-savvy hosts turn to Airbnb to offer travelers a place to stay, they are finding a surprisingly steady business. But such services could be costing states, counties and cities millions in uncollected hotel occupancy taxes, a new study found.

Jerry Horton, a retired firefighter from Station 1, previously said firefighters’ roles have changed rapidly over the years. Instead of just fighting fires, firefighters now respond to medical and hazardous material calls and receive additional training, such as dive training.

A 3-year-old child left for about 40 minutes in an SUV in the Walmart parking lot Tuesday morning is OK and in their parents' custody, Paris Police Chief Bob Hundley said.

The Paris Junior College Board of Regents agreed on a proposed tax rate of 0.084%, a reduction from the current tax rate of 0.085%