The City of Clarksville will hold a public hearing to hear input from residents on the tax rate of 78 cents per $100 valuation for the proposed budget for fiscal 2021-22 at 6 p.m. Tuesday in City Hall at 800 W. Main St.
To date, one Red River Valley school district has shut down a campus because of Covid-19 spread. All districts are reporting active cases among students and some staff.
REAL Single Moms is an organization designed to be a support system through friendship, offering resources to all the single moms out there trying valiantly to make it on their own.
The Clarksville ISD school board approved a bond election that Superintendent Kermit Ward hopes will move the district forward with desperately needed renovations.
Prairiland ISD and Clarksville ISD students returned to classrooms Wednesday, as did Honey Grove ISD. The remaining RRV school districts started Thursday.
BREAKING: Clarksville ISD announced this evening it will temporarily require face masks to be worn on all school buses and inside all facilities.
The Adult and Teen Challenge Center, formerly known as the Texas Dream Center, will host a banquet Sept. 9.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar has sent cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $893.2 million in local sales tax allocations for July, 20% more than in July 2020.
In their budget meeting, the Red River County commissioners approved a longevity pay raise for all county employees.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville City Council agreed to raise water and sewer base rates $2.50 each at Tuesday night’s meeting to cover the loan for the upcoming water project.
The Clarksville City Council will discuss the 2021 street improvements project between the city and Gist Enterprises and afterwards discuss the remaining street funds budget at Tuesday evening’s meeting.
CLARKSVILLE — Clarksville ISD has never had bond indebtedness before, but Superintendent Kermit Ward believes the proposed 30-year bond would be the only way to pay for badly needed school improvements.
CLARKSVILLE — Though the next budget meeting isn’t until next week, Red River County Judge L.D. Williamson said he believes the county will give longevity pay raises to the sheriff’s deputies.
Texas Department of Transportation has work planned in the Paris District during the week of July 5, 2021.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar distributed $908 million dollars to cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts this month, a 31.5% increase over last year during the same time period.
Public speakers campaigned for an increase in the hourly pay for Red River County Sheriff’s Office deputies from the current wage of $13.50 per hour.
At the Clarksville High School's graduation, Trina Garnes shared her story of how she went from high school dropout and teen mom in Clarksville to achieving her masters and being a leader at a charter school in Dallas.
The Clarksville City Council held a workshop Tuesday night, discussing everything from possible future water rate increases to alcoholic beverage sales to zoning and creative ways for the city to handle substandard housing.
Texas sales tax collections for sales made in March and for sales made in the first quarter of the year by quarterly filers topped more than $1 billion.