While out in the woods near my home recently, I heard a distant rifle shot which triggered the gobble of a wild turkey only a few yards back in the brush. I was packing in some corn to a feeder I have set up for hogs but when I heard the gobble I forgot all about wild porkers and quietly slipped out of the woods in hopes of calling the bird in for photos.
The Bogata City Council is expected to interview Paris-based attorney David Hamilton in executive session for the city’s open city attorney position when it meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Bogata City Hall, 128 N. Main St in Bogata.
The third of four productions in Paris Junior College Drama’s 2022-2023 Weird Science Season is “Silent Sky” by Lauren Gunderson. The play opens Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Ray E. Karrer Theater, and repeats at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 24-25 and at 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 26.
A race for the Paris City Council seat that’s being vacated by District 7 representative and Mayor Paula Portugal because of term limits is heating up as the only race in the upcoming city election.
The area is under a National Weather Service Winter storm warning through 6 a. m, on Thrusday. Travel is hazardous despite road treatments. Dangerous travel conditions will continue into early Thursday morning. Roads may become nearly impassible and bridges and overpasses will remain icy.
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.
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.
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…
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.
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.
This past weekend, Prairiland High School was the location for its annual basketball tournament.
Bellamy Brothers to appear in concert
Part of Clarksville’s long history will be on display Dec. 4 when the P.R.I.D.E. Association presents the Christmas Tour of Homes and Churches from 1 to 4 p.m.
Police Chief Karl Louis and his band, Rue 82, performed classics by Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn and The Beatles, among others, Saturday at South Main Iron’s annual Veterans Memorial Concert.
The Clarksville High School marching band left the UIL 2022 State Marching Band Championships at the Alamodome in San Antonio well decorated after placing third overall among the 18 class 2-A bands that advanced to the Tuesday state competition this year.