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South Main Iron hosted its inaugural Paris Steak Wars contest Saturday, featuring steak provided by the contestants, a baked potato bar provided by the Pro Clab Foundation Repair, and live music, provided by  Derek Chennault, Oliver White, Colton Gilbreath and Jared Mitchell Band.

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Tia Hill prepares to cut the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce red ribbon Monday at Helping Hands Homecare, 1017 S. Collegiate Drive in Paris. She’s joined by office manager Jamayle HIll, area business representatives and chamber ambassadors.

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Brittany Schoggins cuts the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce red ribbon, celebrating Studio 220’s membership to the organization, on April 5. Schoggins was joined by employees, area business representatives and chamber ambassadors. The business is at 220 S. Collegiate Drive in Paris.

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POLICE BRIEFS: Log Cabin man arrested for suspected drug possession, PLUS: Laredo man charged with theft after fraudulent check, Powderly man charged with meth possession, Woman charged with assault after argument, Police investigating after game system stolen

 

Not only are private employers like Catfish King and Express Employment Professionals having issues finding applicants, but so are nonprofits like the Red River Valley Down Syndrome Society’s REACH Center.

Paris Chevrolet on Thursday donated $1,000 to The 100 Club, a volunteer organization dedicated to supporting the families of first responders in Lamar County killed in the line of duty.