On the heels of a contentious agenda item that went from reviewing the city attorney’s job description to evaluating his performance and ended with a motion and 4-3 vote to terminate his position, the council and city attorney have different stories of past employee evaluations.
Unseasonably cool temperatures and scattered showers are expected for the Red River Valley today and Thursday with thunderstorms possible, before clearing for the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
The next trustee to join North Lamar Independent School District’s board will be selected from a set of applicants.
Lamar County commissioners may be headed for a collision with Lamar County Judge Chuck Superville at a budget public hearing in September with regard to employee health insurance coverage.
Paris City Attorney Kent McIlyar came close to being removed from his position Monday when three Paris city councilmen voted against the seven-year city attorney veteran.
Paris City Council now has the report of the forensic investigation of the Paris Economic Development Corp. PEDC chairman Stephen Grubbs delivered it Monday. Council members now are waiting for individual copies to be made.
Lamar County Veterans Officer Rhonda Rogers agreed Monday to turn in a resignation after commissioners voted unanimously to ask for it.
After months of searching, North Lamar Independent School District has a new superintendent.
A vacant house in the 300 block of 27th N.E. Street burned shortly after 1 a.m. on Sunday and a Paris firefighter suffered a minor injury to his hand, according to Assistant Chief Dale Maberry.