A Paris Police Department officer is on leave after turning himself in to the department over warrants for his arrest.
Cat Parks, the vice chair of the Republican Party of Texas, wants Lamar County Republicans to turn out for elections, and she discussed ways to ensure that Friday while speaking with the Lamar County Republican Party.
An estimated 400 to 500 people flocked to the Market Square Farmers Market on Saturday, welcomed by warm sunshine and a full house of vendors there to sell their wares.
Lamar County is due to receive $9,684,526, according to the Treasury Department. Neighboring Delta, Fannin and Red River counties are scheduled to get $1,035,484, $6,898,178 and $2,335,327, respectively.
Those interested in making a contribution to city government have an opportunity to do so by applying for membership on one of the city’s boards and commissions that meet monthly to advise Paris City Council on policy matters.
Paris firefighters started the first stage of a six-week partnership with Texas A&M University–Commerce The fitness program will seek to improve lower back mobility and stability using a system called DARI Motion.
Paris ISD’s Fiscal Year 2021-22 budget is beginning to take shape, but much of it currently relies on frequently changing estimates until the state and Lamar County Appraisal District provide final numbers.
North Lamar ISD trustees move forward with planned construction on $51.55 million bond project after installing new trustees and reorganizing the board for another year.
Paris Economic Development Corp received clean audit, and directors gave approval to proceed with a one-year purchase option for a prospective industrial client to purchase roughly 15 acres in the Paris Business Park.
The Red River Valley Tourism Association will host its annual Highway 82/287 Sale on June 4th and 5th. The sale runs through fifteen towns and covers 350 miles of highway, drawing visitors from across the country.
Paris City Council on Monday named Paula Portugal mayor, the first woman to serve in the role in the city’s history and gave the nod to Reginald Hughes of District 2 as mayor pro tem.
The center will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with vaccination dates this week being Thursday and Friday.
Clarksville held its SpringFest on Saturday, with more than 50 vendors, 12 information booths, a bounce house, an art show and a lot more.
Mayor Larry Hinsley announced that the Internal Revenue Service had contacted the city about owing over $100,000 in back taxes, fines and fees from 2018 onward, with unusual circumstances surrounding it.
Outside auditor Johnna McNeal of Malnory, McNeal & Co. gave the county an unqualified report but noted several findings related to internal controls.
Texas lawmakers in both chambers of the Legislature have blocked bills that would expand Medicaid and open the state to billions in federal incentives supporters say would pay for the expansion and lower costs for hospitals that care for large numbers of uninsured patients. Opponents say the…
Thursday evening was a joyous occasion in downtown Honey Grove, during which 42 ambitious seniors from Delta, Fannin and Lamar counties earned Dr. Joanne Olivard Scholarship awards.
Fairies and princesses took over Reno Kiwanis Park on Saturday morning as part of the Reno Magical Forest.
Participants at the fourth annual Live United 5K Run/Walk faced an uphill trek followed by a brisk headwind Saturday morning as they made their way around the Pine Ridge Golf Course in Reno.
“I’ve been smiling since I got in here,” Perry said from her newly-built 1,121-square foot home. “I’m so excited. I love it. I tell them all the time I could just stay in here and never go back outdoors.”
Republicans on Wednesday brought their push to federal levels for Lamar County Democratic Party chair Gary O’Connor’s removal. The Texas Democratic Party called O’Connor’s use of the racial slur “a mistake."