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Public schools around Lamar County started back to school today, with teachers, students and parents converging in classrooms to figure out schedules, class times, pick-up times and what supplies were forgotten that morning as they adjusted to a new routine.

The county’s athletes from Paris, North Lamar, Chisum and Prairiland will hear from Lamar County’s own renowned Coach Gene Stallings and receive motivational bracelets at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 16 at First Christian Church, 780 20th St. NE.

Paris ISD has completed most of its construction for the summer, with new parking lots, updated cafeteria lines and a new classroom.

Paris ISD will be providing its teachers and staff with generous raises included in the district’s 2019-20 budget as part of a new school funding plan approved by state lawmakers in May.

Though Garrett Rowton went back and forth a few times about joining the U.S. Marine Corps, when the time came to make that decision, he committed along with four other local graduates.

Paris Ford Lincoln would like to congratulate its 7 scholarship winners from area high schools. Scholarship presentations were made at Ford's Driving Dreams Scholarship presentation at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Tuesday. Each student, along with over 400 others, earned a schol…

Paris High School seniors Jackson Rogers, Carol Sanchez, and Vershaud Richardson, members of the Texas Association of Future Educators, are the first recipients of Paris ISD’s Grow Your Own Teacher Program.

The Paris Wildcat Athletic Booster Club hosted its annual athletic banquet Thursday at Love Civic Center. The top overall awards, the Ladycat of the Year and Wildcat of the Year, were presented.

A team of Paris High School students recently placed second in a Texas Department of Transportation contest aimed at raising awareness of the importance of safe driving, in particular highlighting the dangers of drunk driving.