Good morning, Red River Valley! Expect another hot and muggy day as the clouds peel away for the sunshine. The high will get near 96 as the heat index value gets as high as 104.
School districts won't lose state funding if they stick with virtual classes this fall because a local health authority has mandated that classrooms remain closed.
Paris Regional Medical Center recently announced that Rhoda Foreman has been recognized as the hospital’s 2020 Mercy Award winner.
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Beshirs Construction Co. will do no more work for the City of Paris during the remaining days of a third party concrete bid, according to action taken Monday night by City Council.
While hospital Covid-19 admissions are on a rapid increase in Texas, Paris Regional Medical Center is treating an average 10-15 coronavirus patients daily, well within the center’s abilities, according to hospital officials.
At Tuesday’s meeting, the Reno City Council voted unanimously to extend the town’s disaster proclamation — which has been in effect since April — for 60 days.
The Lamar County Commissioners approved the purchase of more than $500,000 worth of coronavirus protective equipment including tents and cleaning supplies.
Good morning, Red River Valley! As heat index values rise to near 104 degrees, the National Weather Service's heat advisory will go into effect.
With a new Dollar General in town, Deport may be taking in around $7,000 more in sales tax revenue next year.
Siblings Matt Hale, 96, and Doreatha Riddle, 88, both longtime residents of Lamar County, beat the heat in Bywaters Park reminiscing of years gone by and Blue Bell ice cream. They shared stories of the old Gibraltar Hotel when it was in operation and the bus station that was attached.
Fifteen new Covid -19 cases are being reported today by the Paris/Lamar County Health District, bringing the total count to 433 since reporting began in March.
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After 45 minutes of public forum and an hour of closed door deliberation, Paris City Council is directing staff to forgo further third party concrete work through the remainder of Beshirs Construction's annual bid.
An additional eight Covid-19 cases have been reported in Lamar County, including that of a 2-week-old female.
One day a year the Impact Church pushes its members out into the community to serve wherever they can.
Budget workshops were held by the Lamar County Commissioners last Monday through Friday.
After a two-year delay, an outside investor and the City of Paris began talks again in an effort to turn the historic First National Bank building in downtown Paris into a luxury complex.
The year 2020 has been a stressful time for many families, as layoffs, furloughs and sickness has put a strain on many households amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In many cases this year, that stress has boiled over into violence, as the Children’s Advocacy Center — which provides se…
A large crowd is expected to fill a limited number of Covid-19 socially distanced seats when Paris City Council meets Monday to discuss the Beshirs Construction bid for concrete work.
Tarleton State University’s Dr. Alex del Carmen will lead scholars and academicians from across the Texas A&M University System to analyze data racial profiling reported by law enforcement agencies.