Clarksville ISD shut down last week as a safety precaution following a handful of coronavirus infections. Kids were away from school for 10 days but Superintendent Kermit Ward said a problem with student success may be parents.
The Clarksville ISD Board of Trustees elected to keep distance learning in place for all students at a Wednesday board meeting.
In another dip of the roller coaster, Mayor Pro Tem Jacob Rose resigned his position from the council after being called to pastor a church in Springfield, Missouri. The council will meet next week to appoint another mayor pro tem and council member.
The board will discuss and/or take action on the revocation of distance learning, authorize the bidding process on the Title I Gym and receive a report from Superintendent Kermit Ward.
More than 22 million Americans have already cast ballots in the 2020 election, shattering previous records. The 22.2 million ballots submitted as of Friday night represents 16% of all the votes cast in the 2016 presidential election, even as eight states are not yet reporting their totals an…
This year, Red River Valley school districts tried something they’d never done before: remote learning. But for many, it hasn’t seemed to be working.
With only 18 days left until the Nov. 3 general election, congressional candidate Lou Antonelli has released a 10-point platform of legislative issues he’d like to see enacted if elected.
Clarksville ISD has shut down for the remainder of the week due to a spike in Covid-19 cases amongst teachers. Superintendent Kermit Ward said due to the size of the district, it made sense to shut down the entire district temporarily.
At their Tuesday meeting, the Detroit City Council elected to transfer their remaining $30,668 in CARES Act funding to Red River County.
Senate District 1 candidate Audrey Spanko held a press conference in front of the Clarksville hospital site calling out her opponent for not caring about rural healthcare. She also spoke on her platform of increasing medical coverage for rural Texans.
Bogata City Council agreed to replace Danny Eudy with Larry Hinsley and agreed to a second, more comprehensive budget workshop.
Civil rights groups and voting advocates had argued the restriction would disproportionately impact low-income voters, voters with disabilities, older voters and voters of color in Democratic counties.
The Bogata City Council will consider accepting the resignation of Danny Eudy as a city councilman at their Monday meeting.
The number of students quarantined because of close contact at school with individuals testing positive for Covid-19 continues to climb.
The Red River County Commissioners will consider applying for the 2021 Indigent Defense Grant Program, as well as the Center for Tech and Civic Life Grant on Tuesday at 9 a.m.
Red River Valley residents can now get rapid Covid-19 tests at the Lamar County Fairgrounds.
A faculty member at Detroit High School has tested positive for Covid-19, the district announced on their Facebook page Wednesday, marking the second case for the district.
If the word hasn’t been spread enough, today is the last day to register to vote, Lamar County Election Officer Tricia Johnson said.
Pumpkins abound at Lee’s Christmas Tree Farm this fall, bringing families together for hay rides, hand-picking and seasonal fun.
Expectations are high for the archery hunting season opening day thanks to recent rain events, mild temperatures and reported deer movement throughout the state.
County Road 1200 in Red River County will now have speed limit and no passing signs following action by the commissioners this week.