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.
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.
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.
Clarksville City Council is expected to issue a $3.46 million tax and revenue certificate of obligation for infrastructure improvements and approve a $42,000 repair to one of the city’s water wells when the council meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
As of 5 p.m. Thursday, five of the area healthcare and rehabilitation centers for the elderly are on visitor shutdown with others taking extra precautions as news of the pandemic coronavirus spreads.
Sunday is expected to be cloudy with a chance of rain returning that night. increasing to 70% Monday.
“Sixteen months prior, the motor at the bottom of the well, 500 feet down, burned up; so, we are making sure to take the proper protection,” said Matthew McAdoo, director of public works for Clarksville.
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After a 911 call Thursday morning resulted in an officer-involved shooting, Clarksville officials have requested the investigative help of the Texas Rangers.
The Clarksville Fire Department, 300 N. Pecan St., on Friday will host a checkup event to assist parents in properly securing their child’s safety seat.
The district and its teachers have made changes in real time as Superintendent Kermit Ward's study progressed in order to better meet the needs of the students and to get those who are behind caught up.
The board on Thursday approved an agreement with Live Oak Public Finance LLC and met with architects proposing designs for a new school, Superintendent Kermit Ward said.
More than one East Texas town is angling for a makeover made for TV.
The shelter seeks to be a temporary hold for the time immediately after children are removed from their homes by Texas Child Protective Services.
Candidate filing is over, and now campaigning can start for nonpartisan elections in cities and school districts across Northeast Texas.
The Clarksville City Council is expected to approve a $3.463 million certificate of obligation to make improvements to the city’s water system when councilors meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
The window to sign up for May nonpartisan elections is closing.
Professional artist DWayne Windell moved to Clarksville about a year ago and is now painting “Rollin’ on the Red” on a downtown wall in a collaboration of the PRIDE organization, the Chamber of Commerce and the city of Clarksville.
With the March primary election coming up, the deadline to register to vote is 5 p.m. today.
Police Chief Donald Blasingame resigned a fortnight ago after being on the job less than a year, and city secretary Tammy Walker resigned in mid-December. Patrolman Colton Gilbert is serving as interim police chief, according to Mayor Ann Rushing.