J Skinner Baking announced the closure of its plant in Paris on Friday, eliminating almost 140 jobs and sending the Paris Economic Development Corp into active support for those displaced employees.
The dirt was flying late afternoon Tuesday as the groundbreaking ceremony for the renovations to Cheatham Elementary took place on the school’s campus.
We have an abundance of free, wild pork roaming the hills and creek bottoms across most of the Lone Star State. Yes, larger boars, if they are in good condition and not actively breeding, make excellent table fare but the meat does need to be tenderized before cooking. Younger animals obviou…
After months of deliberations, the Bogata City Council voted to establish a full-time code enforcement position after an earlier September meeting left citizens fuming over a failed vote to hire an officer part-time.
Four individuals, including two Red River Army Depot) officials, have been sentenced for federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney Brit Featherston Monday.
CLARKSVILLE - The City Council will hold a public hearing to discuss the proposed tax rate of $ .648475 per $100 valuation when members meet tonight a 6 in City Hall, 800 W. Main.
A diagnosis of chronic pain may sound scary to anyone. Fortunately, many treatment options are available to ease and improve the symptoms of chronic pain in pets.
Bogata residents were in an uproar Monday after the City Council failed to establish a code enforcement position. Mayor Larry Hinsley said the part-time position would also include animal control and would pay $14 an hour, not exceeding 20 hours per week.
Larry Willis, Oncor area manager, presented Clarksville Mayor Rushing, the Clarksville Education Foundation’s representative, with a check for $10,000 from the Oncor Cares Foundation. The education foundation helps fund teaching grants to support the tutoring of students affected by the pand…
Kids were playing games, shooting at targets and learning about the adventures 4H could take them on at the Red River County Back to 4-H Bash at the Red River County Fairgrounds last Saturday.
Annual Red River Valley Fair opens for a four-day run at 6 p,m. Wednesday at the Lamar County Fairgrounds with prefair activities for senior citizens and school children planned Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings.
City Council met for the first time Tuesday night just down Garner Street from the old City Hall building in what is now the seat of city government in the library building at 150 E. Garner St.
We have beat the heat once again and in a matter of days it will be time to climb into our treestands and ground blinds with a trusty bow and once again go after whitetail in a most challenging, fun but also exciting manner. Now is the time to make sure all your equipment is in top notch working order and that you can place that arrow where it needs to be when the moment of truth comes and that bruiser buck is within bow range.
The final free 80-hour (5-week) Industry Readiness Program at Paris Junior College will start Saturday for 20 lucky students. The course will be held each Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Sept.17 to Oct. 23.
BOGATA —The Rivercrest ISD Board of Trustees will appoint members to the local school health advisory council when it meets at 6 p.m. Thursday at the district’s Board Room, 4100 U.S. Highway 271.
It might not have been a Sunday, but First Christian Church’s fellowship hall was still filled with hundreds of people Monday evening, as country musician Wade White performed to a sold-out crowd at First Christian Church’s quarterly Country Dinner Theater, which benefits several local programs.
With months of preparations behind them, the Red River County AgriLife extension agents and all their volunteers are putting the finishing touches on this year’s Red River County Fair.
Trustees with the Detroit Independent School District approved the tax rate for the new fiscal year that began in June and took care of some Head Start matters at Monday night’s meeting in the high school library.
Two county residents addressed the Red River County Court over multiple pothole problems and gaveled over paved roadbeds along the county road they live on in Precinct 4 in Red River County.
A 25-year-old Austin man was held at Lamar County Jail under bonds totaling $87,500 for charges of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.