Throughout the country, calls to remove statues memorializing the Confederate States of America have taken the national spotlight. Those conversations have reached Red River County, as the Clarksville ISD Board of Trustees turned its attention to the statue of David Burnet, first president of the Republic of Texas, at its recent meeting.
UPDATED W/ LOCAL STATEMENT: Abbott previously resisted calls for such an order and at one point banned local governments from requiring masks. First-time violators will be issued a warning, though repeat offenders could be fined up to $250.
Officials said work is expected to begin on the well in the coming week, and it should be back up and running by the start of July. Work is expected to cost upwards of $50,000.
The Clarksville City Council has scheduled a special called meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. to discuss a number of topics, including a rezoning request. The meeting will be at Clarksville City Hall, 800 W. Main St.
The Lamar County Human Resources Council and Meals on Wheels is extending its temporary closure of four senior centers.
A petition has started circulating to take down the Confederate statue in Clarksville’s town square.
CLARKSVILLE — Thanks to an anonymous donor, the Red River County Sheriff’s Office deputies will get new uniforms that are more appropriate for hotter weather.
The total number of Covid-19 cases in Red River County since testing began in March hit 70 on Sunday, Mayor Ann Rushing said in an evening Facebook post.
Mark Gable was born and raised in Clarksville, and now he finds himself as the chief of police in the city he’s called home for most of his life.
The Libertarian Party is proud to announce its nominee for District 4 is Lou Antonelli of Clarksville in Red River County, a small business owner with a long record of public service and community involvement.
Friends and family members of the residents and staff at Focused Care and Clarksville Nursing Home joined Red River County first responders in driving by the nursing home centers Wednesday evening to remind them they are loved and missed during the coronavirus pandemic that has brought visit…
The City of Clarksville is again on the hunt for a new police chief after plans to pursue a partnership with the Red River County Sheriff’s Office fell through.
Clarksville High School will host an in-person graduation on June 6 in the New Century Club Stadium at 10 a.m.
The number of cases of the coronavirus have jumped in Red River county, from 5 to 29.
CLARKSVILLE — Nursing home residents have had to deal with being cut off from their families since the beginning of the pandemic. In order to prevent a virulent spread of the coronavirus, all nursing homes in the area shut their doors to the public and allowed loved ones of residents to visit with each other through video and phone calls and talking through windows.
Judge L.D. Williamson announced today Red River County has four new cases of Covid-19, one of them in the Clarksville Nursing Center.
Paris Community Theatre: Children’s Theatre classes and rehearsals for “Cabaret,” postponed indefinitely. Production of “Cabaret” postponed to a later date. No cancellations are planned at this time.
Editor's Note: The phone number to register for testing has been corrected.
With state offices shut down, the construction of a new hospital in Clarksville has hit an unforeseen bump in the road. However, the timeline of when the facility should be completed remains intact.
Cold winter weather can wreak havoc on cars new and old, so tuning them up for warmer months is never a bad idea, mechanics say.
“It’s crazy times man, not sure what’s going to happen but my mind set is that failure is not an option,” The Branding Studios owner Kelsie Glass said. “We’re going to ride it out as long as we can.”