These are the four candidates for the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week award, which is based on performance from the past week. Voting is open on theparisnews.com and will remain open until 5 p.m. on Wednesday.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the Texas Department of Public Safety is encouraging drivers to make safety a top priority this holiday, as increased travel can present additional challenges for drivers.
The parade will take place at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 2. For information, contact Kristi Purviance at 903-782-6675.
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Paris Community Theatre: Children’s Theatre classes and rehearsals postponed indefinitely.
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The original plan for Thanksgiving was that nothing would be different. Eight members of Jesse Gonzales’ family would come from all over North Texas for a traditional turkey dinner in his Dallas home, just like they do every year.
POLICE BRIEFS: Felon found with gun, suspected drugs
Fuel price tracker GasBuddy estimates that on-the-road holiday travel will be down substantially from previous years, even as Americans enjoy the lowest gasoline prices in at least four years. Do you have plans to drive somewhere for the Thanksgiving holiday?
John Edward Merrill, 59, of Powderly, died on Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020; Bright-Holland Funeral Home.
Christopher Grover “Chris” Head, 52, of Blossom, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020, at Paris Regional Medical Center.
POLICE BRIEFS: Man attempts to strangle woman, PLUS: Felon found in possession of firearm, Multiple incidents of driving while intoxicated lead to arrest, Caregiver withdraws money from client's account, Toyota pickup truck reported stolen, Arrest made for outstanding drug warrant
Chief medical officer at Paris Regional Medical Center Amanda Green said with Covid-19 cases in Lamar County on the rise, the community needs to do their part to ensure the hospital isn’t overwhelmed.
The North Lamar Marching Band earns superior ratings at the UIL Regional Marching Contest in Sulphur Springs on Tuesday with their show “Caged.” They will go on to compete at area in the UIL State Marching Band process in December.
A memorial monument honoring the memory of Loren Stephens, a beloved Lamar County educator who passed away last year, has been erected at Crockett Intermediate School’s track on Clark Lane. The monument was organized by Joan E. Moore, a friend of the Stephens family.
In a brief virtual meeting Tuesday afternoon, Paris Economic Development Corp. board of directors gave approval for executive director Maureen Hammond to serve on the Keep Paris Beautiful board, approved minutes from an Oct. 20 meeting and approved an October financial report.
The Lamar County Chamber is a proud sponsor of the Shop Small Saturday on Nov. 28.
The holiday shopping season is here, and Paris boutiques have everything gift-givers are looking for. With hot looks for the cool weather and stocking stuffers to delight, there’s a product for every special someone.
Dr. Alison Diesel says cat owners can differentiate normal shedding from feline alopecia, or hair loss, if the hair coat is noted to be thin or has the absence of hair in areas.
Kidney stones affect 5% to 12% of Americans, and recent reports suggest the prevalence of kidney stone disease is increasing. Most stones (80%) are composed of calcium.