A 26-year-old Paris man who allegedly hit two construction workers with his car on Tuesday is at the Lamar County Jail on a $150,000 bond.
With a potential bond election in the works at North Lamar ISD, tax rates for residents in the district will change if the bond passes.
Students at Paris High School now have the chance to take their learning to a whole new level, thanks to a partnership between Paris ISD, Lamar County law enforcement and Boy Scouts of America.
Signs of progress are evident as Paris’ Downtown Community Park approaches its expected completion date.
One construction worker was killed and another seriously injured after a car ran through a construction barricade this morning.
A committee designed to propose upgrades to the North Lamar Independent School District on Monday presented a plan for a $56 bond to go before voters.
A housing development denied by Paris City Council on Jan. 25 will return for consideration.
The Paris Fire of 1916 Centennial Committee has set a goal to plant 100 trees in the city to commemorate the Great Fire of 1916 centennial this year.