U.S. Army veteran Michael Harvey of Paris completes registration for his first semester at Paris Junior College with assistance from Academic Advisor Misty McMikel. Harvey signed up for PJC's Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology program. Spring semester classes start Monda…

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Sadly, science often lags behind science fiction writing, but imagine talking to a person in the 1920s about what we call commonplace today. If we stop and think about what humanity has accomplished in that short 100-year time span, it is mind boggling.

Students from the Emergency Medical Services program at Paris Junior College recently visited The City of Paris EMS offices to donate stuffed animals. The students had collected them throughout the fall semester. Shown from left are Misty Partin, City of Paris EMS Director Kent Klinkerman, D…

Cystic fibrosis is a genetic mutation that impacts the lungs and digestive tract of those who have the disease. According to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, those with the disorder rarely lived past the age of 5 before treatments, and life expectancy was only 12 by the 1980s.

With help from faculty and staff, the Paris Junior College Student Government Association gathered new coats recently to donate to Lamar County Head Start. Shown from left are member Je’Nesha Tyson, SGA Vice President Trinity Davis, SGA President Erica Cole, and member Shea Minor.

Paris Junior College on Wednesday hosted an inaugural job fair for students and regional businesses. The goal chiefly was to help Paris Junior College graduates obtain employment, although anyone in the community was welcome to attend.

Emily Futral, left, a Paris Junior College student working in the Admissions and Records Office, hands a cap and gown to Christal Pilip of Pattonville. Pilip was picking them up for her daughter Jaycie, who will participate in Paris Junior College’s fall graduation ceremony Dec. 13 at 7 p.m.…

During the recent Paris Junior College production of “Gilligan’s Island: The Musical,” donations for the Lamar County Humane Association were accepted from attendees. Students and instructors from the PJC Drama Department presented them to association representatives.  “Thanks to everyone wh…