Paris community members gathered together on Saturday for the Adopt-a-Cop 5K run to support Lamar County law enforcement officers and raise money for protective equipment they need.
Covid-19 infections continue at some Red River Valley schools while others remain free of the novel coronavirus.
Stephanie Rodgers shares her journey as the mother of a daughter with cystic fibrosis in a book she co-authored, “The Messy Bun Diaries Volume Two,” and will be hosting a book signing on Oct. 2.
Last week, the Texas Medical Association presented its highest honor to Dr. Josie Williams of Paris. She became the organization’s 2020 Distinguished Service Award recipient.
City Council announced that CARES Act funding will be used to install touchless sliding glass doors with a key card entry system to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Paris Regional Medical Center welcomed Andrew Fraser, DO, to its staff, and he will be offering general surgery services to patients throughout Paris and the surrounding region.
A Roxton man charged with several first degree child sexual assault charges tops indictments handed down by the September session of the Lamar County Grand Jury.
Paris ISD trustees are scheduled to hear an enrollment and Covid-19 update at their regular monthly meeting Monday.
Bogata student Jalyn English directs a film for Northeast Texas Community College about chicken magnate Bo Pilgrim.
Golfers flocked to Pine Ridge Golf Course on Saturday to play 18 holes and raise money for the Lamar County chapter of Habitat for Humanity, an organization that provides housing for low income families.
Paris ISD and Paris High School have announced 14 students, including 11 from the 2020 graduating class, earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams.
General Manager Joshua Davis stacks water in the new Powderly Family Dollar Saturday morning. The company decided to do a soft opening for the location for now, Davis said, because of Covid-19. The grand opening date will be posted later, he added
Honey Grove Homecoming Queen Shelbea Clem, right, is accompanied by her father Scott Clem on the field at Friday’s homecoming game.
Good morning, Red River Valley! The forecast is calling for days of sunshiny weather as deep northeasterly flow prevails, bringing drier and cooler air into the area over the next 24 to 36 hours.
Good morning, Red River Valley! A beautifully sunny and cooler weekend is in store before rain chances return in the early part of the work week.
The Solemn Assembly prayer event is scheduled to take place at 6:30 p.m. each night Monday through Sept. 25.
The Paris-Lamar County Health District has reported six cases of Covid-19 today. Three were from PCR tests and the other three were from antigen tests.
The Paris location of Office Depot at Paris Towne Center will be closing its doors Nov. 14. The store has joined several businesses at the shopping center that have closed or announced closures.
POLICE BRIEFS: Man arrested for outstanding warrant, suspected marijuana, PLUS: Suspected methamphetamine, invalid license sends man to jail
Local school janitors are working long hours and using new equipment to keep students and staff as safe as possible amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
North Lamar ISD implements Covid-19 Response Team as quarantine numbers increase.