Ekena Millworks in Clarksville is seeing a boom in home projects, and, forecasting the trend to continue, is seeking to expand its hub in Red River County.
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.
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.
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.
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.
County Road 1200 in Red River County will now have speed limit and no passing signs following action by the commissioners this week.
The results for the 2020 Red River County Fair, including Market Swine, Market Goats, Market Lambs, Market Rabbits and Commercial Heifers.
Clarksville ISD reports first Covid-19 case as Paris ISD cancels two district football games because of the novel coronavirus.
City Council announced that CARES Act funding will be used to install touchless sliding glass doors with a key card entry system to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Lou Antonelli of Clarksville, the Libertarian candidate for Texas’s 4th Congressional District, has challenged Republican candidate Pat Fallon to a public debate.
Paris, North Lamar and Clarksville ISDs all welcomed students back to school today, with excitement and new safety precautions in place.
The GOP sued because the Libertarians didn't pay their filing fees. But the state Supreme Court said Republicans missed the deadline to kick them off the ballot.
After months of schoolwork over the summer, Hunter Dwyre was rewarded for his dedication with a new Nintendo Switch. “I've had to put time limits on it,” Hunter’s mom Kelly McCormick said, laughing. “But he is absolutely having a blast with it.”
Region D made slight alterations to the initially prepared plan for the 2021 state water plan thanks to feedback not only from residents in Region D, but other state agencies as well, including strenuous objections to the proposed Marvin Nichols Reservoir project.
Public meetings are public for a reason: People should have the opportunity to speak their minds. But more often than not, meetings are sparsely attended. “Just be vocal. Get out there,” Paris City Council member Clayton Pilgrim said.
Clarksville taxpayers will see a decrease in their property tax rate for the coming year as the Clarksville ISD Board of Trustees lowered the rate to account for an increase in property values.
The Red River County Commissioners are to vote on the county clerk’s archive fund and the district clerk’s technology fund at their 10 a.m. meeting on Monday.
Clarksville ISD is inviting the public to participate in a discussion about the district’s budget, which will determine the tax rate, at their Tuesday evening meeting.
CLARKSVILLE — With little presence from groups like the Boys & Girls Club in Clarksville, Harold Massey knew there was a gap to fill. So, he started Clarksville Youth Connection, an organization focused on offering local youth continuing education after school is out for the day.