While out in the woods near my home recently, I heard a distant rifle shot which triggered the gobble of a wild turkey only a few yards back in the brush. I was packing in some corn to a feeder I have set up for hogs but when I heard the gobble I forgot all about wild porkers and quietly slipped out of the woods in hopes of calling the bird in for photos.
With severe storms in the forecast, members of the Community Organizations Active in Disaster (Lamar County/Red River County COAD) assessed the group’s response to recent tornadoes and made plans for future weather event coordination at a Wednesday afternoon meeting at United Way of Lamar County headquarters, 2340 Lamar Ave.
The third of four productions in Paris Junior College Drama’s 2022-2023 Weird Science Season is “Silent Sky” by Lauren Gunderson. The play opens Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Ray E. Karrer Theater, and repeats at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 24-25 and at 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 26.
The area is under a National Weather Service Winter storm warning through 6 a. m, on Thrusday. Travel is hazardous despite road treatments. Dangerous travel conditions will continue into early Thursday morning. Roads may become nearly impassible and bridges and overpasses will remain icy.
The Red River Valley Homeless Coalition will conduct a Point-In-Time homeless count in Lamar County on Jan. 27, according to coalition president Shelly Braziel.
The executive committee of the Lamar County Republican Party has adopted a resolution demanding the resignation of Texas U.S. Sen. John Cornyn.
Frigid temperatures arrived in Northeast Texas today as an arctic front blew into the region that is forecast to send temperatures into single digits by nightfall.
As a young boy, I read about fishing up in remote lakes up in northern Saskatchewan for big northern pike, walleye and arctic grayling. I’d read all about the shore lunches, the cry of the loon and battles with big northern pike. Several years ago, I experienced Canadian wilderness fishing for the first time and since then have made several return trips.
The Christmas house down FM 824 is shining even brighter this year than the previous two holiday seasons thanks to around 30,000 lights adorning not only the house but the surrounding area.
This past weekend, Prairiland High School was the location for its annual basketball tournament.
Paris Junior College students in the school’s music and art department will present community exhibitions today and Monday.
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Paris hosted its first congressional debate Monday at Love Civic Center as incumbent U.S. Rep. Pat Fallon, R-District 4, squared off against challenger Iro Omere, D-District 4, on a range of issues.
Harbor Freight Tools, America’s go-to store for quality tools at the lowest prices, has announced that it will be opening a new store in Paris, Texas. The new store will be located at 2860 NE Loop 286 and is expected to open this winter. An official opening date will be announced closer to opening.
Officials from the North Texas Municipal Water District were joined by hundreds of onlookers Friday morning during a dedication ceremony for Bois d’Arc Lake in Fannin County.
“This is what happens when bad things happen to bad actors,” said Laura Hutching, director of Paris Community Theatre’s latest production, “Drop Dead: A Farce,” by Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore. “It’s about a last-ditch effort by a group of washed-up actors to put on a badly written murde…
The thrill rides and carnival games that produced squeals, screams and laughter during the run of the Red River Valley Fair have left the fairgrounds.
North Lamar Varsity football blew out Wills Point last night in a huge 48-7 win. With a total of seven touchdowns and 586 yards in the game, most of which were gained on the ground, the Panthers put on a running clinic.
Annual Red River Valley Fair opens for a four-day run at 6 p,m. Wednesday at the Lamar County Fairgrounds with prefair activities for senior citizens and school children planned Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings.
The final free 80-hour (5-week) Industry Readiness Program at Paris Junior College will start Saturday for 20 lucky students. The course will be held each Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Sept.17 to Oct. 23.
We have beat the heat once again and in a matter of days it will be time to climb into our treestands and ground blinds with a trusty bow and once again go after whitetail in a most challenging, fun but also exciting manner. Now is the time to make sure all your equipment is in top notch working order and that you can place that arrow where it needs to be when the moment of truth comes and that bruiser buck is within bow range.