A small group of Parisians gathered on Saturday at Leon Williams Park to drive around the city in the “Healing Parade,” an event organized by Sharmane Hawkins to promote unity after a tough election and year.
The Moll family and Project Deport will be offering free hot Thanksgiving meals to anyone in need in the community. To request one from the Molls, call 903-395-5822, or stop by the Deport VFD to get one from the organization on Thanksgiving Day.
When Christmas in Paris was canceled, some local crafters and business owners weren’t sure what to do. But the community came together and hosted an event Saturday morning to make up for it, selling their goods outside Paris Apothecary.
Fuel price tracker GasBuddy estimates there will be 45% fewer travelers on the road this Thanksgiving at the same time drivers will see the lowest gas prices since 2016.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the Texas Department of Public Safety is encouraging drivers to make safety a top priority this holiday, as increased travel can present additional challenges for drivers.
This year’s Christmas parade will look a little different as it moves through Paris. Instead of the floats moving, this year, the viewers will.
After an electrical fire broke out at the Paris Golf and Country Club on Saturday, four volunteer fire departments responded and no occupants were injured.
Due to increased Covid-19 cases, the Lamar County Appraisal District Office is reminding taxpayers of alternative ways to make tax payments this year instead of in person at the 521 Bonham St. office.
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Fuel price tracker GasBuddy estimates that on-the-road holiday travel will be down substantially from previous years, even as Americans enjoy the lowest gasoline prices in at least four years. Do you have plans to drive somewhere for the Thanksgiving holiday?
What appeared to be human remains were found Friday by a man in the eastern part of Lamar County near FM 1502. Based on their condition, they appeared to have been there for a lengthy period of time, Justice of the Peace James Mazy said.
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The Boys & Girls Club of the Red River Valley drove through downtown Paris in a parade celebrating their sports teams Saturday.
Chief medical officer at Paris Regional Medical Center Amanda Green said with Covid-19 cases in Lamar County on the rise, the community needs to do their part to ensure the hospital isn’t overwhelmed.
Talks continue on proposed $50 million restoration of the historical First National Bank in downtown Paris.
This week, Texas Sen. Jane Nelson from District 12 introduced Senate Bill 197, which will exempt nonprofit rescue groups from paying sales tax on adoption fees. It could mean a world of difference for Baby Gunn’s Animal Rescue.
It is important for every parent to complete the Free and Reduced Meal Application so schools can receive future Title 1, Part A funding.
Texas Department of Transportation officials announced that workers will be working on Highway 271 north of Loop 286 around Paris in preparation for the installation of a turn lane and acceleration lane on that roadway.
Pine Ridge Golf Course owner Cathy Harbin, right, and Clubhouse Manager Laura Spencer, left, present the $1,800 check to Paris-Lamar County Habitat for Humanity board members James Caudill and Tim Shelton and executive director Judy Martin. This donation was half of the profits from the tour…
After years of issues, the Lamar County Courthouse roof is still leaking and county commissioners and maintenance officials are trying to find a solution that will stop further damage, but stay in line with historic preservation protocol.
A memorial monument honoring the memory of Loren Stephens, a beloved Lamar County educator who passed away last year, has been erected at Crockett Intermediate School’s track on Clark Lane. The monument was organized by Joan E. Moore, a friend of the Stephens family. Loren Stephens worked fo…