Congress is returning to Capitol Hill for one final attempt at deal-making on year-end business. Covid-19 relief, a $1.4 trillion catchall spending package, and defense policy — and a final burst of judicial nominees — dominate a truncated two- or three-week session. While lawmakers will nee…
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Paris/Lamar County Habitat for Humanity sees delay in building from pandemic short supply.
Lamar County residents picked up gifts big and small to kick off the holiday season with a weekend of shopping at local stores for Small Business Saturday, and national retail is swinging toward online sales.
Gifts of Love programs are underway by the Lamar County Human Resources Council for Horizon House for displaced persons and for Meals on Wheels, a program for homebound senior citizens.
Bailey Intermediate has announced the first six weeks honor roll of the 2020-21 school year.
The Reno Cemetery Committee will discuss replacing a historic headstone and the Parks and Trail Committee will workshop "Christmas in the Park" at their Tuesday virtual meetings.
A Covid-19 situation update, a grant for emergency radio infrastructure and a presentation by the Air Evac Lifeteam are on the Fannin County Commissiner’s agenda for 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Local baker Polly Holladay crafts homemade rolls with sweet and savory creative flavors like pumpkin and cookies and cream.
Here’s a look at work planned in Delta, Lamar and Red River Counties during the upcoming week.
Sam Bell Maxey House State Historic Site is expecting a special visitor on Thursday during the event, “Livingston’s Visit with St. Nick.”
After accepting the resignation of City Secretary Jennifer Duffer, the Bogata City Council planned out their budget review assignments.
Throughout the month of December, the site will be decorated as Mr. Sam and Miss Lou decked their halls. The house will be filled with the sights, sounds and fragrances of the season.
The Lamar County Commissioners will announce nominees for the 2020 History Maker of the Year Award at their 9 a.m. meeting Monday at the county courthouse, 119 N. Main St.
People against Violent Crime will be hosting its 18th annual “Tree of Angels” event to recognize and honor victims of violent crime and their families online Tuesday.
The Paris Junior College Board of Regents welcomed new member Dr. Linda Capp at Monday night’s meeting, as well as recognized Jim Bell for his contributions to the college.
The Christians In Action held their annual Thanksgiving meal on Tuesday, although instead of sitting down to a meal, the group handed out to-go dinners.
HealthCARE Express locations, including the location in Paris, now have rapid Covid-19 tests available.
Moody Gardens this week welcomed two, healthy Macaroni penguin chicks. It was only the second successful hatching of the species from pairs inside of the South Atlantic exhibit.
Detroit ISD Superintendent Kathie Thompson has announced the extended closure of the school district due to concerns of Covid-19 exposure during the Thanksgiving holiday.
The event started three years ago to honor Hersha Hospitality House employee Nicole Roberts, who died from gastric cancer, according to HHH manager Danielle Robinson.