Brian Slater, Connor Dawes, Bonnie Dong, Jillian Jones and Isla Taber, members of the North Lamar High School Choir and Band, have earned the prestigious honor of being named Texas All-State Musicians.
Both the auditor of the Paris Junior College and President Pam Anglin presented to the board the impact of the pandemic on the college’s finances, but some funding from federal Covid relief will help lessen the drop.
Some rural Texans could lose phone and internet service after the Public Utility Commission slashed subsidies that help providers offer service in sparsely populated areas. Money flows into the Universal Service Fund, which the commission oversees, from a 3.3% tax on voice calls. But a shift…
The PJC Board of Regents will meet virtually Monday night at its regular meeting to consider changes to the both nursing programs and evaluation of the president of the college.
Paris High School band director Charles Grissom announced students named to the 2021 All-Region Band. From left are Omar Hernandez, Anderson Bunch, Preston Thompson, Brody Holleman and Lissandro Hernandez.
Paris High School engineering students took some of their class time recently to meet by Zoom with former Paris High School engineering students.
Crockett Intermediate School’s Science Fair winners were announced recently. The winners from left are: Ryan Macchia – 1st place, Hydroelectric Efficiency; Lillian Newberry – 2nd place, Which drink has the most sugar?; and Carly Farrell – 3rd place, Plop! Fizz!.
The Clarksville ISD Board of Trustees has voted not to sell the district’s old elementary school building, but Superintendent Kermit Ward said a sale may be on the horizon.
Eleven members of the Paris Junior High School choir earned places in the TMEA Region 4 Middle School All-Region Choir.
Lamar County native Chris Hudson has been named assistant principal at North Lamar High School. "It was just a natural thing to want to be a positive force in the community, and to provide some leadership as well,” Hudson said.
PATTONVILLE — Prairiland ISD trustees moved closer to calling a May bond election when the board hired an architectural firm and received a financial report from a bond service consultant in two separate meetings last week.
If a possible North Lamar ISD bond election was held today, it would go down 52% to 40% in defeat, but a well-planned information campaign could reverse the trend, according to survey results from 401 district households.
Legal requirements for workers changed in 2020 and understanding revisions is the focus of an online seminar from the Paris Small Business Development Center schedule for 10:30 a.m. Jan. 20.
Staff and students displaying excellence during the first six weeks at North Lamar High School were recognized for their achievements by Principal Mark Keith. The standouts were nominated by their teachers based on character, academics, attendance and overall representation of the core value…
Thanks to Paul Denney's friend Linda Vandiver, Denney’s musical legacy will live on in an endowment created to award music scholarships to PJC.
Although the federal government’s Families First Coronavirus Response Act expired on Dec. 31, Paris ISD teachers and staff will continue to have the guaranteed paid time off should they need it because of Covid-19.
North Lamar High School Principal Mark Keith has announced the first six weeks honor roll.
North Lamar ISD trustees are to receive a report on the district’s community survey about a possible bond election at 6 p.m. Monday in the Roy C. Chadwick Administration Office.
The Paris ISD Board of Trustees will tackle an agenda of usual monthly business when it convenes at 5:30 p.m. Monday at Paris Junior High School, 2400 Jefferson Road.
Blossom Elementary will be closed all day on Friday according to a statement released Thursday.
“This will allow students and staff more time to monitor, and quarantine, if necessary, after the Christmas break,” Rivercrest ISD Superintendent Stanley Jessee wrote on Facebook.