The City of Paris is in need of volunteers to fill positions on its Board of Adjustment, Paris Housing Authority and Traffic Commission, according to information from City Clerk Janice Ellis.
The Paris Junior College Board of Regents agreed to make some curriculum and competition changes during a recent budget meeting, and it looked into adjustments in pay for employees.
Texans will have the opportunity to vote for Texas attorney general on Nov. 8, 2022. The primary race is March 1, and several candidates have stepped forward. Former President Donald Trump recently endorsed incumbent Attorney General Ken Paxton. If the primary races were today, which candida…
Prince Hayward was 6 or 7 years old the first time he spent the night on an office floor. Hayward was ushered into a common area, and a caseworker fished out a mat for him to sleep on. His parents had lost temporary custody of him — again.
It’s not every day a Paris High School graduate participates in the bell ringing on the New York Stock Exchange, but Paris native Aaron Trull did just that last week as Austin-based legal technology company DISCO went public and saw its stocks surge.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar has sent cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $893.2 million in local sales tax allocations for July, 20% more than in July 2020.
Paris Economic Development Corp. recognizes outgoing member Shay Bills and seats new board members Mark Homer and Erik Roddy at a Tuesday meeting.
VAN HORN, Texas (AP) — Jeff Bezos blasted into space Tuesday on his rocket company’s first flight with people on board, becoming the second billionaire in just over a week to ride his own spacecraft.
The extension comes as the federal moratorium on evictions is set to expire on July 31.
The percentage of Texas Covid-19 tests coming back positive is now at levels considered red flags by Gov. Greg Abbott and the Trump administration during the height of the pandemic. State officials and virologists say the highly contagious delta variant is fueling the rise in new cases and h…
When would you like to retire? You may already have a certain age in mind, but it might be a good idea to view your retirement date as more of a moving target, since changes in your life can affect your thinking — and your financial strategy.
Bouncing back from a fire that destroyed its welding shop in December, Metro Gate Manufacturing Co. celebrated its recovery and recent expansion last week at its plant located 7.5 miles west of Paris on Highway 82.
Local Kwik CHEKs, soon to rebrand as Texas Born or TXB, will honor local first responders, medical personnel and Red Cross Volunteers that work around the clock to serve communities on 24/7 Day, July 24, with free treats and refreshments.
Paris Economic Development Corp. board of directors will welcome new members, Mark Homer and Erik Roddy, and elect new officers when the board meets at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 107 E. Kaufman St.
The Fannin County Commissioners’ Court will take possible action on the county’s Covid-19 disaster declaration, CARES Act funding and any needed supplies when it meets at 9 a.m. Tuesday at Bonham City Hall, 514 Chestnut St.
A public hearing on an Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief III grant application is scheduled when the North Lamar ISD board of trustees meets at 6 p.m. Monday in the Administration Office, 3130 North Main St.
The Paris ISD Board of Trustees will get an update on upcoming projects for Lamar County Head Start when it meets at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Elaine Ballard Administration Building, 1920 Clarksville St.
The Rotary Club of Paris is holding a back to school blue jean drive now through Aug. 12, according to Melanie Palmer, the group’s new service chairperson.
The Clarksville City Council will discuss the 2021 street improvements project between the city and Gist Enterprises and afterwards discuss the remaining street funds budget at Tuesday evening’s meeting.
After nearly two years of vacancy for the old Ward’s restaurant building, a new family has come into town, hoping to restore the locale’s former glory with their own twist.
Over the next two weeks, each Tuesday and Thursday from 2 to 3 p.m., the Paris Small Business Development Center will hold training sessions on social media strategy.