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Students chose Zach Norris of Paris and Rachael Gray of Midlothian as the Paris Junior College's Homecoming King and Queen on Saturday during the halftime men's basketball game. 

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Following the theme of “The Most Magical Place on Earth,” for homecoming celebrations on Thursday, several Paris Junior College students dressed as Disney characters or wore homemade mouse ears. 

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Kareyn Hellmann, daughter of Steven and Michele Hellmann and a senior at Hellmann Homeschool, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36. Less than 1% of test takers make a 36. This year alone, only 4,879 out of the 1.8 million testers received the score. 

The 95th Homecoming Celebration of Paris Junior College has been set for Nov. 7-9. The Office of Student Life has chosen the theme of “Paris Junior College: The Most Magical Place on Earth.”

As I was scanning journal articles a few days back, I came across one titled “Unexpected species diversity in electric eels with a description of the strongest living bioelectricity generator.” The article has many authors, as most journal articles do nowadays. I was hooked by part of their …

Texas Rep. Gary VanDeaver, left, was on the Paris Junior College campus recently and stopped by Phi Theta Kappa’s “Motivational Monday” event, part of the group’s mental health awareness week and suicide prevention campaign. VanDeaver thanked the students for taking on the project, saying he…

Fall convocation took place Aug. 16 as Paris Junior College welcomed faculty to campus in preparation for the fall semester. One of the highlights of a day of meetings and training was recognition of faculty and staff for their time at the college.

Fall convocation took place Aug. 16 as Paris Junior College welcomed faculty to campus in preparation for the fall semester. One of the highlights of a day of meetings and training was recognition of faculty and staff for their time at the college.

Just in time for International Talk Like a Pirate Day on Sept. 19, the Paris Junior College Drama Department will host auditions for a pair of stage productions set on the high seas.

The Paris Junior College Board of Regents agreed on a proposed tax rate of 0.084%, a reduction from the current tax rate of 0.085%

Paris Junior College is hosting a Junior Law Enforcement Academy July 29 through Aug. 1 from 1 to 4 p.m. The academy, for young people in sixth through ninth grade, teaches what it takes to be a policeman, judge, lawyer or jailer.