A 37-year-old Clarksville woman was held Friday on a bond totaling $25,000 for a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Red River County Commissioners, on the advice of Sheriff Jimmy Caldwell, voted to terminate the Sexual Assault Investigator’s Grant at the Monday meeting in the Red River County Courthouse Annex.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville School board of trustees voted to hold a May 6 election for two seats that will be open for election.
Lone Star Ag Credit is currently accepting scholarship applications from graduating high school seniors in the class of 2023.
CLARKSVILLE — Last year Mayor Ann Rushing applied to the Martha, David and Bagby Lennox Foundation for grants to help the city with various projects and purchases.
City Council members voted to hold the citywide council election this year on May 6, which is the first Saturday in the month, during its regular meeting Tuesday in City Hall.
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.
Red River County Judge Robert Bridges’ initial commissioners court meeting was a brief one Monday morning.
The executive committee of the Lamar County Republican Party has adopted a resolution demanding the resignation of Texas U.S. Sen. John Cornyn.
The new officials for Red River County were sworn into office Sunday and are, from left to right, Shelley Benton, justice of the peace, Lorena Deltorrea, county treasurer; David Hutson, commissioner, Precinct 2; County Judge Robert Bridges; Bruce Emery, commissioner, Precinct 4; Brenna Willi…
Today’s story is part one of a three-part series featuring 12 of the biggest local stories of 2022, as chosen by the newspaper’s editorial staff, based on online readership statistics, hard copy sales and community feedback. Part II featuring stories 8 to 5 will run Dec. 29.
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.
Residents will see an increase in their utility bills early next year after the City Council voted to pass an 8% fee increase from Sanitation Solutions onto customers at the Tuesday night meeting in City Hall.
Here’s a look at work planned in Delta, Lamar and Red River Counties for the week starting Dec. 19, 2022.
In what some speakers called an awesome day marred only by a cold breeze chilling over 200 people gathered near the shell of the former Clarksville General Hospital, ground was broken for a new 15-bed heart and vascular institute Saturday morning.
About eight years ago, the Clarksville General Hospital let go its last 60 employees as it shut its doors for the final time.
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.
A representative of the Small Business Administration told the Red River Commissioners that the government is offering disaster assistance loans at reduced rates for those impacted by the tornadoes that hit Northeast Texas on Nov. 4.
Joe Watson/Special to The Paris News
This past weekend, Prairiland High School was the location for its annual basketball tournament.
The Clarksville Blue Tigers basketball team left the three day White Oak Basketball Tournament on Saturday with second place honors in the silver division of the event, after losing a 48-46 decision to the East Texas Home School Chargers. With the loss, Coach Stanford Hill Jr’s Tigers now own a 3-4 season record. The Chargers improved to 5-2.