The coronavirus pandemic threw a curveball at the medical system, Salas Minor Emergency Center have continued to treat patients with what Dr. David Salas calls “The Three C’s:” convenience, competence and compassion.
Operations at Paris Metro are beginning to return to normal after more than a year of locked doors, truncated hours and strict sanitizing routines, and employees at the nonprofit, fixed-route bus service are looking forward to it.
Paris Community Choir is still silent, despite falling case numbers and increasing vaccination rates, and the choir’s director and members are unsure when the group will be active again.
Good news, theater lovers. Paris Community Theatre is planning to be back on stage later this year.
Kim Miller, RN, a charge nurse in the Paris Regional Medical Center emergency department, is a solid representative of that profession in these trying times.
Since its beginning, Tailored Rides has branched out with a community ride program, basically for anyone who is interested in beginner English horseback lessons or just a reintroduction to horses.
The names Chuck Burton and Downtown Food Pantry are synonymous, and because of his long history there, he is one of this year’s Valley Vision heroes.
Student nurses, under Harris’s supervision, have helped with the vaccination process, doing intake and, eventually, after Centers for Disease Control and Prevention clearance, administering the vaccine themselves.
Through a very difficult time, the chamber saw its membership grow to its highest number than ever before. Currently sitting at 677 members, we feel the reason is that we do add value to our members.
In spite of pandemic uncertainties, the hospital recruited 40 providers in 2020 in about a dozen specialties.
Paris Economic Development Corp. looks for opportunities to attract new industrial prospects while it gives support to companies already here.
Building a life in the Red River Valley is more popular than ever.
Year 2021 opened strong for the Paris Economic Development Center with two announcements.
American SpiralWeld Pipe Co., the largest manufacturer to build in Paris from the ground up in the past 35 years, is expected to kick off production of large diameter water/wastewater steel pipe next month.
Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas Child Care Services served the workforce, parents/guardians, children and child care providers throughout the Covid-19 pandemic and continues to serve parents.
Through the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, 600,000 people lost jobs in Texas. But in the northeast part of the state, things are looking up.
Child care persevered during the toughest of times this past year as providers cared for children of a workforce essential to the businesses and industries that drive the Paris and Lamar County economy.
With the pandemic, the Paris Small Business Development Center — and the Small Business Administration as a whole — have learned more flexibility and responsiveness, director Jennifer Johnston said.
Lamar County Junior Livestock Show Princess Claytie Simpson, 11, is in the goat business and has been since her late grandfather started a herd for her when she was just a toddler.
Despite a drop in temperature and threatening rain, the 53rd Lamar County Junior Livestock Show went off without a hitch April 14-16 with exhibitors competing for top places in the annual competition.
Cora Lindgren and Gantz Allen, both representing Lamar County 4-H, were named belt buckle winners at the 53rd annual Lamar County Livestock Show on April 16 at the Lamar County Fairgrounds.