The Detroit Community Food Pantry will distribute food items to qualified families and individuals from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday at New Hope Baptist Church, FR 410 South in Detroit.
A group of seven members from Detroit have been chosen to head the city’s first economic development corporation in an effort to help the Red River County community continue to prosper.
Paris, North Lamar, Detroit ISDs have discontinued remote learning through the rest of the week because of technical issues due to rolling blackouts.
Although many area schools were off today for President's Day or for a teacher in-service day, some are planning to stay physically closed for the week due to the severe winter weather that's blanketed Texas in ice and snow.
At a Tuesday meeting, the Detroit City Council voted to have the first meeting of the city’s new Economic Development Corp. in March immediately following the city council meeting.
Detroit ISD will have a 10:00a.m. start tomorrow morning due to inclement weather, according to a Facebook post. Buses will run 2 hours later than normal time.
Lily Daigle, sixth-grade student at Detroit Junior High School, has started her own business selling handmade beaded mask lanyards.
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The Texas Department of State Health Services recently updated the way it reports statistics about the Covid-19 health pandemic, and that’s led to a change in The Paris News’s Covid-19 tracking graphic.
While some Red River Valley school districts are back in session after the Thanksgiving break, Detroit ISD and Clarksville ISD have taken time away from campus due to Covid, with classes canceled for the former.
Detroit ISD Superintendent Kathie Thompson has announced the extended closure of the school district due to concerns of Covid-19 exposure during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Halloween is right around the corner. Here are few events in the Red River Valley area for kids and adults alike.
This year, Red River Valley school districts tried something they’d never done before: remote learning. But for many, it hasn’t seemed to be working.
At their Tuesday meeting, the Detroit City Council elected to transfer their remaining $30,668 in CARES Act funding to Red River County.
A faculty member at Detroit High School has tested positive for Covid-19, the district announced on their Facebook page Wednesday, marking the second case for the district.
Pumpkins abound at Lee’s Christmas Tree Farm this fall, bringing families together for hay rides, hand-picking and seasonal fun.
Due to Covid-19, many veteran substitute teachers have decided not to return to campuses leaving some school districts strapped for extra staff.
At a Tuesday city council meeting, Detroit Mayor Kenneth Snodgrass announced that the city has obtained enough CARES Act funding to fulfill the needs of Detroit ISD related to Covid-19.
A Tulsa, Oklahoma, woman was killed in a Tuesday morning crash that also injured a Brookston man and a Paris man, the Texas Department of Public Safety reported Wednesday.
As Detroit ISD students head back to school, there’s excitement in the air and masks for all faculty. “Like everybody else, we’re kind of figuring it out as we go,” Principal Henry Sharp said. “But my teachers have been working on it, and I think we’ve pretty much got it down.”
Quality Care ER donated student size face shields for Detroit ISD’s K-3 students to wear during classroom learning. From left are Byron Prince VP, Christa Johnson RN, Detroit Superintendent Kathie Thompson, Jessie Spears RT, Chance Lawson BOM and Taylor Slagle RN.