U.S. Air Force Airman Logan E. Liles graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.
Several potholes on Laura Lane and Turtle Creek Drive will be filled and other repairs will be made, City Secretary Tricia Smith said.
Lamar County Sheriff’s Office said deputies found a man dead of natural causes in his Reno trailer Monday.
Lazy T Pizza and Bakery, previously been located in Clarksville, was looking for a breath of fresh air to improve business. They found it with a new location in Reno. This past week, the restaurant celebrated its grand opening in Lamar County.
The conditions of two juveniles taken to Paris Regional Medical Center on Sunday after an ATV crash are unknown, Reno Police Chief Jeremy Massey said, but their injuries were not believed to be life-threatening.
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.
Planning and Zoning commissioner submits rezoning request
Summer is underway, and the City of Reno is celebrating the season with its annual Summer Celebration and BBQ Cook-Off today at Reno Kiwanis Park.
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.
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.
Reno residents will now have a course of action to take if someone prevents them from receiving their mail by parking in front of their mailbox.
On Saturday, Cynthia Vetter, widow of Randy Vetter, a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper who lost his life in the line of duty, urged her audience to always try to find the strength to persevere.
Traffic was closed along Methven Lane in Reno shortly before 7 a.m. today as emergency crews worked to douse a vehicle fire. A law enforcement officer on scene said the cause of the blaze was unknown. No injuries were reported.
Paris City Council denied the request of Lamar County Appraisal District to purchase People's Bank less than 15 minutes into the council's 5:30 p.m. meeting.
The Reno City Council will decide on a mayor pro tempore for the coming year at its monthly meeting, scheduled for Monday at 6 p.m. in the Reno City Hall, 160 Blackburn St.
The Reno Streets Commission unanimously voted to accept bids for road repairs, after receiving reports of damage along Laura Lane and Turtle Creek Drive.
The Lamar County Adopt-A-Cop 5K walk/run event is set for Saturday after it was postponed in May due to inclement weather.
Reno’s Summer Celebration and Barbecue Cook-Off will be among upcoming activities discussed when the Reno Parks and Trails Committee meets Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Reno City Hall for its monthly meeting.
The Reno Streets Commission will discuss potential repairs to Turtle Creek Drive and Laura Lane when it meets tonight at 6 p.m. at Reno City Hall, 160 Blackburn St.
After being postponed in May due to inclement weather, the Reno Parks and Trails Committee’s Fairies in the Forest event took place Saturday. Children were invited to dress in their finest fairy, gnome or troll attire while enjoying a fairy tale read by the Fairy Godmother. The event also fe…
After being postponed in May due to inclement weather, the Reno Parks and Trails Committee’s Fairies in the Forest event is back on the calendar for Saturday.
The city’s popular Movies in the Park event returns Friday with a screening of Disney’s “Ralph Breaks The Internet,” the sequel to the popular “Wreck-It Ralph.”
The Reno Economic Development Committee, originally scheduled to meet Monday evening, was unable to meet due to the lack of a quorum.
The Reno City Council tabled a variance request at its regular City Council meeting earlier this week, to allow councilors time to conduct more research, City Secretary Tricia Smith.
RENO — The city’s Parks and Trails Committee on Tuesday ironed out the final details for its inaugural Adopt-A-Cop 5K run, scheduled for Saturday.
The Reno Planning and Zoning Committee will discuss an upcoming Adopt-a-Cop event when it meets today at Reno City Hall, 160 Blackburn St., at 6 p.m.
The city’s popular Movies in the Park event this year will begin with a screening of “Aquaman,” the latest in the line of DC Comics superhero movies.
The Reno Parks and Trails Committee’s Fairies in the Forest event is back on after inclement weather April 13 forced its cancellation.
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.