The Paris News earned three first place awards, for Column Writing, Editorials and Feature Story, four second place awards and three third place awards for work done in 2020.
South Main Iron hosted its inaugural Paris Steak Wars contest Saturday, featuring steak provided by the contestants, a baked potato bar provided by the Pro Clab Foundation Repair, and live music, provided by Derek Chennault, Oliver White, Colton Gilbreath and Jared Mitchell Band.
Tia Hill prepares to cut the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce red ribbon Monday at Helping Hands Homecare, 1017 S. Collegiate Drive in Paris. She’s joined by office manager Jamayle HIll, area business representatives and chamber ambassadors.
Brittany Schoggins cuts the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce red ribbon, celebrating Studio 220’s membership to the organization, on April 5. Schoggins was joined by employees, area business representatives and chamber ambassadors. The business is at 220 S. Collegiate Drive in Paris.
Throughout the pandemic, retailers responded to reduced capacity orders and shopper concerns by offering more robust e-commerce and contactless purchase systems. As more people receive a Covid-19 vaccine, corporate leaders are looking at what consumer spending will look like next. Did the pa…
All Lamar County communities continued to see strong sales, particularly in Roxton. Most county seats also saw sales tax revenues grow.
Paris Chevrolet on Thursday donated $1,000 to The 100 Club, a volunteer organization dedicated to supporting the families of first responders in Lamar County killed in the line of duty.
Century 21 Executive Realty has announced Susan Jones as a new member of its crew.
America’s Electric Cooperatives have designated the second Monday of April as National Lineman Appreciation Day.
CEFCO Convenience Stores announces the opening of its newest store located at 2900 S. Church St. in Paris, Texas.
Ashley Skipworth cuts the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce ribbon on her business Small Town Flair March 30, with business partner Jennifer Ebbs by her side.
Stephanie Leonard, owner of The Picky Piglet, prepares to cut the red ribbon celebrating her new location at 17 Clarksville St. in Paris and her membership to the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce. The Picky Piglet had been online and a pop-up boutique before Leonard settled on the location i…
Lady Limo in Paris joined the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce recently and the cut the ribbon on its new membership surrounded by fellow Paris business owners and representatives and chamber ambassadors. Lady Limo, 20 CR 11320, is owned by Glenn Watson.
Social media comments on the announcement speculated just how Sears, which filed for bankruptcy in 2018, could open a new store. Sanstra said he wanted to clarify that Sears Hometown Stores are a separate entity.
Culture Citizen is planning to host “Local Legends/Living Stories,” a pop-up community, juried art show in a 3,500-square-foot gallery space on the square, 122 W. Main St. The show is slated to run 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 8.
The market is full in the late spring/summer and early fall, starting around April and ending around October. However, some of the vendors have started a fall/winter mini market, trying to push the venue to a year-round format.
Marla Parsons, the staff manager for Inergroup Insourcing, cuts the ribbon on the business Tuesday morning at 707 Lamar Ave., suite E. She is flanked by John Powell, the president of Inergroup, on the left, and Client Services Manager Scott McClure, center right, and Vice President Kyle Morr…
Angie McLemore cuts the ribbon on the Mustard Seeds Boutique, located at 101 Grand Ave. on the square in downtown Paris.
Dr. John Norwood cut the red ribbon March 24 in celebration of his business becoming a member of the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce. He was joined by his staff, Chamber ambassadors and several Paris-area business representatives. Norwood Familiy Dental is at 375 Stone Ave. in Paris.
If you follow the financial news even casually, you may know that bond yields have been rising since the year began. What does this mean to you, as an individual investor?
Norm Gilbert, Paris Junior College Surgery Technology coordinator; Kenda Waldroup, North Lamar High School Health Science instructor; Heather Unruh, PJC Radiology Technology coordinator; and Laura Fendley, PJC Radiology Clinical coordinator, spoke to North Lamar High School students who migh…