Paris native and 1988 North Lamar graduate Jimmy Fendley is in a race May 1 against three other candidates for one of two three-year positions on the North Lamar ISD board of trustees.
Stone Middle School is accepting immunization records for students who will be in the seventh grade for the 2021-22 school year.
Roughly half of the students in North Lamar ISD travel to and from school on a worn-out fleet of buses, according to a district information campaign for a $51.55 million bond election May 1.
North Lamar High School’s UIL academic teams competed at the District 15 AAAA meet March 24. The top three places of each event and the first place teams will go on to compete at region.
The North Lamar Board of Trustees is to take care of several routine matters when it meets at 6 p.m. Monday at the Roy C. Chadwick Administration Office, 3130 N. Main St.
Staff and students displaying excellence during the fourth six weeks at North Lamar High School were recognized for their achievements by Principal Mark Keith. Not pictured is Brooklyn Stuart for Math and Foreign Language.
Paris native and North Lamar graduate Justin Wideman is in a race May 1 against three other candidates for one of two three-year positions on the North Lamar ISD board of trustees.
Recently crowned Ms. Wheelchair Southwest USA, Kenda Felker will take a message of determination and community activism as her platform to the Ms. Wheelchair USA pageant in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
A North Lamar High School graduate and a former teacher in the district for 15 years, Teresa Bussell is in a race May 1 against three other candidates for one of two three-year positions.
Pre-K and kindergarten registration for the 2021-22 North Lamar ISD school year is open for Higgins Elementary, in Paris, and Aaron Parker Elementary, in Powderly.
Twenty-seven North Lamar High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society on March 28.
North Lamar High School Speech and Debate Team won the District Speech and Debate Championship for the 13th year in a row March 30.
Students who begin kindergarten in the next few years will be in the workforce until 2099 and beyond. That’s why it's important public schools incorporate technology into everyday classroom instruction, school administrators say.
It has been an unusual, challenging, busy and event-filled year that will soon come to a close as we prepare to say farewell to North Lamar High School’s Class of 2021.
The Paris Fire Department donated masks with an emblem of Sparky the Fire Dog to North Lamar ISD students. Firefighters Monty Middleton, Zach Beal and Colt Holbert took time out of their morning schedule to pose with the young students wearing masks of their local hero. Students, beginning f…
Each six weeks, Stone Middle School Principal Dee Hudson recognizes students nominated by their teachers for showing excellent citizenship or going above and beyond in their school work. Two ‘Star Students’ are chosen from each grade level. Students receiving an outstanding achievement awar…
Longtime coach Jimmy Fendley told trustees at a Jan. 27 meeting about deteriorating athletic facilities that are dangerous and cause lost revenue to the district because of missed tournament opportunities.
Fifteen weeks into the national rollout of Covid-19 vaccines, and the Red River Valley continues to receive thousands of doses from the state.
The North Lamar High School One Act Play advanced to region after earning the Bi-District Champion title over spring break.
The Helpful Honda team from North Texas Honda Dealers is seeking a local teacher to honor and reward in celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week in May.
There is “something for everyone” in this bond package, North Lamar ISD Advisory Committee member Aaron Barnes said about a $51.55 million bond referendum before voters at a May 1 election.