Good morning, Red River Valley! We've got a mild start to a potentially wet work week. Today will have a 20% chance for rain, but will otherwise be cloudy with a high of 74.
Rivercrest Junior High student Alexis Case recently received word that she has been accepted to the STEM program hosted by the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, this summer.
The Texas Department of Transportation has announced planned road work in Delta, Lamar and Red River counties.
“The Covid-19 support line has had almost 400 calls from Texans in 64 counties since March 31,” Texas Health and Human Services press officer Elliott Sprehe said. “On 90% of the calls, Texans are speaking with someone within 30 seconds."
Last week, 275,597 Texans applied — a 1,604% increase over the 16,176 Texans who filed in the week ending March 14.
Good morning, Red River Valley! There is a 100% chance of showers and thunderstorms today as a strong cold front near a line from Oklahoma City to Lubbock surges south.
Good morning, Red River Valley! There's a 40% chance for showers throughout the day. Otherwise, it will be cloudy with a high of 51.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Skies will start off mostly cloudy before slight rain chances return this afternoon. There's a 20% chance of showers after 2 p.m. as the high gets to about 71 degrees.
As tens of thousands of Texans try to file unemployment insurance claims, they're finding the Texas Workforce Commission's phone lines jammed and website servers overloaded as the agency is swamped by the crush of sudden need.
Many area teachers and education staff have turned to teaching in non-traditional ways. And now that Gov. Greg Abbott has extended school closures through May 4, the alternative methods are becoming the norm for education.
Clarksville is looking into the possibility of having the Red River County sheriff serve as head of the city’s police department. Chief Deputy Michael Pace said the city is looking at the model used in Franklin County.
Today is Census Day, and state Rep. Gary VanDeaver, R-New Boston, is encouraging the people of House District 1 to respond.
Gov. Greg Abbott has signed an executive order closing Texas schools through May 4 and ordering non-essential businesses to close during the coronavirus pandemic.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Clouds will make their return to the area today ahead of a rain chances that are likely to last into next week.
Superintendents at Detroit, Rivercrest and Cooper ISDs have extended school closures through May 1 and Hugo (Oklahoma) Public Schools are closed indefinitely as U.S. cases of coronavirus continue to climb.
In an effort to help stop people from gathering in groups of 10 or more, Red River County Judge L.D. Williamson has issued a county-wide curfew from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Good morning, Red River Valley! We're in store for a wet one. Showers and thunderstorms are possible throughout the day, but chances ramp up to 100% chance after 4 p.m.
Paris Junior College is also offering a scholarship covering tuition for one Summer I or Summer II class to all graduating high school seniors in the five-county college service area.
With President Donald Trump extending federal guidelines for social distancing and with local elected leaders joining Gov. Greg Abbott in urging people to stay at home, many Texans are finding themselves with a lot of time on their hands. How are you spending your time during the coronavirus…
Good morning, Red River Valley! Friday evening's chance for rain carries over into today with a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms until around 1 p.m. We'll see a gradual clearing in the afternoon with a high near 75.
There have been an estimated 4,000 blood drives canceled nationwide since the pandemic started. Now, blood centers are conducting the majority of blood donations.