Good morning, Red River Valley! Last night's warming trend should continue today as winds transitioned from the north to the south, helping to push daytime highs into the low 70s.
The Clarksville City Council will consider amending sections of its ordinances to adjust water and sewer rates, providing for severability, when it meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Clarksville City Hall, 800 West Main St.
The Red River County Genealogical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the Red River County Chamber of Commerce meeting room. The speaker is to be Marvin Gorley, of Paris, who will speak on gathering history about county post offices.
Good morning, Red River Valley! It's cold enough Choctaw County will remain under a freeze warning until 8 a.m. Some spots, especially near the Red River, will have patchy frost this morning, at least until the sun comes out. Expect a high of about 63.
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.
The DPS officers' association sued the agency over a new policy to measure a trooper's physical readiness for the job not only by fitness tests, but by waist size. Thursday, the Public Safety Commission decided the policy is scientifically sound.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Today will continue the hot fall day trend, but a surface low accompanying very cold air will bring us rain and the potential for a severe thunderstorm later tonight.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Look for a high of about 57 degrees as rain is likely to continue, although we may have a sunny afternoon. It'll be breezy, and it'll get cold enough tonight for a freeze warning in Choctaw County.
Work to add a connecting road at the Detroit baseball fields is ongoing, though there is not yet an estimate on when the project might be completed, city officials reported at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Today and tomorrow will be the last of the mid-80s days for the week as a cold front is expected to push through the area Thursday evening, bringing with it some chances for showers.
HUNTSVILLE – Jacob Benson, 31, of Athens was arrested on charges of attempted murder and aggravated sexual assault of a child out of Red River County, Walker County authorities said.
Good morning, Red River Valley! We`re experiencing the coolest temperatures since May this morning with most of the forecast area beginning the day in the 50s. Today is expected to be a nice and sunny, with a high near 77. East wind around 5 mph.
Jacob Benson, 31, of Athens was arrested on charges of attempted murder and aggravated sexual assault of a child out of Red River County.
Steve Cannon, who was told last month he had 30 days to begin adequately feeding nine malnourished horses, has made necessary improvements, the Red River County Sheriff’s Office reports.
Good morning, Red River Valley! We're in for much cooler weather today, with a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 7 a.m. Mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 74. Northeast wind will be 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Today should bring some long-awaited cooler temps our way. Though the high will be around 90, tonight should cool down to 58 degrees, ushering in clouds and possible rain.
TxDOT officials outlined three possible plans for widening Highway 82 through Detroit, after city officials raised concerns of the negative impact that widening could have on the city.
Good morning, Red River Valley! The area remains under the influence of a high pressure system today that should keep us mostly dry and hot, very similar to Wednesday with sunny skies, a high of 92 degrees and a south southwest wind 5 to 10 mph.
For 50 years, the Ark-Tex Council of Governments has provided numerous services to Lamar County and the rest of Northeast Texas. Today, ATCOG fills a number of services for the region.
Gorgeous October morning, Red River Valley! That's right, it's October, but don't get your hopes up for any fall-like weather just yet. Look for sunny skies with a high of 91 today.
Beautiful morning, Red River Valley! The forecast for today through Wednesday calls for sunny skies with highs at or around 91 degrees. We might start off with some morning cloud cover today, but that should clear by this afternoon.
The last day for Texans to register to vote in the Nov. 5 election on a wide range of constitutional amendments is Oct. 7.
Good morning, Red River Valley! We're in for another hot, humid and cloudy day, although those clouds should clear as the day wears on. Expect a high of 89 degrees with a south southeast wind of 10 to 15 mph.
The Red River County Historical Society’s 40th annual Fall Bazaar is set for Saturday in Clarksville.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Even with some expected cloud coverage today and Sunday, expect to see a high of about 90 degrees. It'll be a breezy day with winds from the south at about 10 to 15 mph with gusts as high as 20.
Many people in Lamar and Red River counties met news of the planned widening of Highways 82 and 271 with excitement. Some public officials in Detroit have raised concerns about negative impacts on business and safety for Detroit Elementary School.
Good morning, Red River Valley! We've had a run of cloudy mornings and bouts of rain, but that should be ending today. Meteorologists are expecting a sunny, 91-degree day with south winds 10 to 15 mph with gusts as high as 20.
The upgrades are the result of the city being selected as the 2019 HEROES Project by Lowe’s Texas Regional Distribution Center Team, Mayor Ann Rushing said.
Good morning, Red River Valley! There's a good chance this morning for widely scattered showers and storms across the eastern Red River Valley. Otherwise, today will be another partly sunny "sizzler" with afternoon highs just cresting 90.
This Saturday is National Hunting and Fishing Day, and supporters of the special day are calling on Texas hunters and anglers to invite someone to go hunting or fishing, whether a first-timer, child or grandchild, friend, co-worker or neighbor.
For roughly five years, Red River County resident Mary Voirin has been working to feed and care for several neglected horses near her home. She hopes an investigation into the horses’ owner will lead to them finding loving homes.
Red River County residents will see increased property values, which will increase their property tax bill despite the fact most taxing bodies adopted a tax rate at or lower than their previous year’s.
Good morning, Red River Valley! With a forecast high near 90, the sun might come out this afternoon following a somewhat cloudy morning that brings a 30% chance for showers.
Good morning, Red River Valley! With low pressure to the west and high to the east, rain chances remain in the forecast. Look for a mostly cloudy Tuesday with a high near 87.
Mystery and history writers will be part of Red River County Public Library’s Authors’ Showcase during the 40th annual Fall Bazaar on Saturday, Oct. 5.
Beautiful Monday morning, Red River Valley! We're going to start the work week with a 50% chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 7 a.m. Thanks to the increased cloud cover, the region's high today will make it only to about 84 degrees.
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Hundreds of people came out for the Red River County Fair, which was in town from from Wednesday through today. It featured several livestock shows, carnival rides and games, food options, musical entertainment and more.
Good morning, Red River Valley! The forecast is calling for a cloudy morning that will clear to become mostly sunny with a high near 90. Winds from the south will be 10 to 15 mph with gusts as high as 20.
Good Saturday morning, Red River Valley! The NWS' official rainfall for the area was 1.17. Did you record more? Today offers a break from the rain, although isolated showers are possible. The day should become mostly sunny with a high of 88.
The Texas Department of Transportation has announced work planned in Delta, Lamar and Red River counties for the upcoming week. Schedules are subject to change.
The storm quickly became the fifth wettest rainfall event in the continental United States. Gov. Greg Abbott issued an emergency declaration for several counties Thursday.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Rain chances are forecast to have picked up overnight to 50%, climbing to 70% for throughout the day today. Expect scattered storms with at times heavy downpours, and a cloudy, 86-degree Friday.
Heat and humidity were not enough to keep people away from the Red River County Fair, which saw hundreds turn out for its first day yesterday, which included the parade in the evening.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Rain chances really pick up today as the remnants of Imelda make their way here from Lufkin. Pockets of heavy rainfall are possible. Today's high will be 84 under cloudy skies.
Texas Department of Transportation officials said a project to upgrade guardrails on several roads in Delta, Lamar and Red River counties got underway Tuesday.
Beautiful morning, Red River Valley! Rain chances are picking up in areas to our south as the remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda spread north today. As for our counties: Sunny and dry with a high of 92.
Good morning, Red River Valley! The region is now wedged between a high pressure system to the northwest and a low pressure system to the southeast. Today will be sunny with a high around 95 degrees and a heat index value of 100 degrees.
The Clarksville ISD Board of Trustees will vote to approve a tax ordinance for $1.06835 when it meets at 6 p.m. toda at the Clarksville ISD Administration Building, 1500 W Main St.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Hot and dry, that's the primary forecast for this area. High pressure will work to keep temperatures well above September normals and will keep rain chances down until after midweek.
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