A man remains in Red River County Jail this morning without bond after Red River County Sheriff’s Office arrested him Thursday following a morning car chase.
The Texas Department of State Health Services will provide free basic medical care and health screenings to uninsured East Texans at its upcoming East Texas Medical Outreach Day, scheduled for today.
Community Healthcore will be adding primary care services, which are expected to be rolled out in the fall.
Trey Rose, a contestant on Season 16 of “The Voice,” sang to visitors of the Red River County Public Library as part of the library’s SummerFest event. Rose was joined by Darryl the Magician in the closing act of the library’s summer reading program. There were several space-related crafts f…
Construction on the planned Clarksville hospital was slightly pushed back due to alterations to the plans. Mayor Ann Rushing said she is unsure what the changes are, but she did say they don’t substantially change the overall design.
The Texas Department of State Health Services will provide free basic medical care and health screenings to uninsured East Texans at its upcoming East Texas Medical Outreach Day, scheduled for July 30.
Code enforcement officer Damien Carrasco said Dennis Wandrey, who has been directed by the council to demolish most of his 19 residential properties, has taken no steps toward removing any of them.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville City Council has agreed to help fund a student resource officer for the local school district, despite opposition from council members who said Clarksville ISD should pay for the position entirely.
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.
Addiction can be one of the most difficult challenges a person can overcome, but the Women’s Dream Center in Clarksville, which opens Monday, will help local women face that challenge head on.
Through a program offered by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs low-income Clarksville families have an opportunity to find livable housing.
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for Fannin, Lamar, Red River and Choctaw counties, in effect until around 10 p.m. Hugo also remains under a flash flood watch.
The event will be from 1 to 4 p.m. July 19 at the library, 307 N. Walnut St. in Clarksville. SummerFest will mark the conclusion of the 2019 Summer Reading Program, and is free and open to the public.
Plans to bring a solar farm to Red River County took another step forward Wednesday when the county commissioners approved tax abatements for the planned Delilah Solar Energy Center.
Clarksville City Council will consider a possible reimbursement of funds to the PRIDE organization tonight, along with hosting a public hearing on vacant properties in town.
Business owners and aspiring business owners will be able to learn some tools of the trade in the upcoming Phenomenal Entrepreneur Conference, scheduled for Saturday at Clarksville High School, 202 S. Donoho St.
CLARKSVILLE — Rather than struggling since the departure of its volunteer leaders, the Clarksville Volunteer Fire Department, now under the leadership of the city’s paid chief and assistant chief, has seen some growth.
The Clarksville Volunteer Fire Department will on June 22 host a slow-pitch softball tournament.
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.
Perseverance was key, Red River County Judge L.D. Williamson said, with the project suffering years of delay as investors cleared one hurdle after another.
It’s official — construction on a new Clarksville hospital should begin in four to six weeks after closing documents were signed Tuesday night, Red River County officials said this morning.
Children were able to learn about safety and register with the Ident-A-Kid program at Saturday's Kid Safe Day in Clarksville.
The Red River County Genealogical Society will host its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at the Red River County Chamber of Commerce Meeting room in Clarksville.
The Red River County Public Library is prepared to invite area children ages 6 and under to Story Time and Cosmic Craft, taking place at 10:30 a.m. each Tuesday starting June 11.
The annual Kids Safe Saturday event is coming to the Red River County Fairgrounds from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, and it'll feature games, prizes, food and safety information.
The Red River County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday announced its final tallying of Click It or Ticket campaign traffic stops, reporting that deputies made contact with 86 motorists. More than 100 citations for traffic violations were issued.
The gymnasium of Clarksville High School filled with hundreds of smiling faces Saturday afternoon as family, friends and classmates came in droves to see the Class of 2019 take their first steps towards the rest of their lives.
The Red River Revue Center for the Arts will be hosting open auditions for its summer musical, Gilbert & Sullivan's “The Pirates of Penzance.”
The Clarksville Volunteer Fire Department has planned a Saturday fish fry fundraiser.
CLARKSVILLE – The Red River Revue Center for the Arts will host open auditions for its summer musical, Gilbert & Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance,” at 7 p.m. Tuesday at The Hub Community Center, 501 W. Broadway St. in Clarksville.
Need help finding a local job? Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas staff will lend a hand from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday at Red River County Library, 307 N. Walnut St. in Clarksville.
In its work to make sure city zoning is up to date, City Council on Tuesday approved a zoning change at 1300 State Highway 37 North, where arcade Luscious Lou’s sits.
The Clarksville City Council will discuss and possibly take action on the potential abatement or demolition of a number of properties throughout town during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday.
CLARKSVILLE — Julie Arrington has years of experience working in municipal government. Now, she hopes to put that experience to use as Clarksville’s new city manager.
The Red River County Sheriff’s Office on Monday reported the capture of three people wanted in different cases, including a sexual assault suspect.
City Utilities Director Matt McAdoo said a surprise inspection of Clarksville’s wastewater treatment plant resulted in no violations found.
Red River County Sheriff Jimmy Caldwell said he’s taken some heat since the April 6 multi-agency raids that led to the arrests of nine men and women who face federal and state drug charges. On Tuesday, he fired back at critics.
A welcome sign the Tourism Committee had previously posted in two locations off Texas Department of Transportation right of way on Highway 82 East removed after land ownership sales will once again see the light of day.
As part of a push by the city’s Code Enforcement Committee to keep the city clean, the annual citywide cleanup will now take place semi-annually after action by the City Council on Tuesday.
CLARKSVILLE — City Council gave its unanimous support to Donald J. Blasingame to become the city’s next police chief.
Fire Chief Rocky Tolison and Assistant Fire Chief Wesley Sargent now command the city’s volunteer fire department after the departure of the volunteer commanders, Sargent said Tuesday at the Clarksville City Council meeting.
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City Council on Monday unanimously agreed to offer the city manager job to Julie Arrington after her background check and drug test were complete.
The Lamar Delta County Medical Society will resume its popular Walk with a Doc events on Thursday at 11:45 a.m. at PrimeTime Center, 1128 Clarksville St.
Each organization received $500 from fundraising efforts by local farmers and ranchers.
Approximately 100 law enforcement officers from across Texas converged on Clarksville, Texas, this morning to arrest 9 men and women who now face federal and state drug charges, announced U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown today.
CLARKSVILLE — Finding the city’s police department shorthanded after the recent departures of former police chief Jarrett Ehlinger and Lt. Kaleb Hackney, the Clarksville City Council in a special called meeting Thursday hired two part-time police officers.
For nearly half a century, Donna Townes-Smith has been involved in local banking. On Friday, she closed the door on her successful career and celebrated retirement.
The Board of Directors of First Federal Community Bank recently recognized members for their years of service to the Bank.
The actors are getting into character and trying on western drawls as Paris Community Theatre invites supporters to “A Murder at the Cherry Creek Saloon,” 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday at Drake’s Party Barn in Powderly.