Vacation Bible School programs typically feature a week-long retreat for kids to have fun and learn about Bible stories in early summer after school.

Terry Cunningham, performing as his alter-ego the clown Howdy Do-Dat, broke out his suitcase of magic tricks Friday as part of the library’s summer children’s programs. The library’s next summer program is at 11 a.m. Friday. 

BONHAM – The Fannin County Commissioners’ Court will host a public hearing prior to its regular 9 a.m. meeting Tuesday at Bonham City Hall, 514 Chestnut St. The meeting will be broadcast via Zoom with meeting ID 860 7606 8099.

The Lamar County Commissioners’ Court is to consider publishing bids for roof repairs at the sheriff’s office, courthouse and Red Cross building when the court meets at 9 a.m. Monday at the Lamar County Courthouse, 119 N. Main St.

Paris ISD’s summer feeding program is in full swing, and it will continue through Aug. 13. Like in 2020, the district will not use its summer feeding bus because it has received waivers allowing it to hand out meals that can be taken elsewhere.

Robert Black, president of Lamar County Conservatives, is planning to host Paris’s Fourth of July parade at 10 a.m. July 3.

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Wendy’s is coming to Paris, and the restaurant will be located on Lamar Avenue across from Chick-fil-A on property that now houses the gymnasium and family life center of the First Assembly of God Church, 3475 Lamar Ave.