Lt. Col. Allen West’s opportune message will hopefully spur anyone on the fence to file their candidacy for open seats on city councils and school boards. The filing period is open now through Feb. 12.
We have a library of old newspapers bound together in thick navy blue volumes. My co-worker and I scoured through the heavy, oversized books, and each told a story about our community’s past.
I can’t imagine what it must be like to not be able to taste and smell anything at all.
It is no secret that Google has secured a near monopoly in the search and local advertising world. However, the impact on newspapers hasn’t been quite as obvious.
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…
While $15 an hour may be needed to cover living costs in metropolitan areas, it won’t take as much here. If the federal government sets a new minimum wage, it should pro-rate it to the costs of living in rural areas.
Paris lost a dear friend last week when Eddie Clement left this world to join the saints in heaven. His generosity, his servant heart and his love of God, church and family all are part of the legacy he leaves behind.
I would like to respond to the guest commentary by Jack Thomson in the Jan. 17 edition, “An open letter to Democratic leadership,” line by line.
By executive order, Biden halted the Keystone XL pipeline. The Keystone XL company announced that those jobs will be eliminated in the next few weeks as the company safely shuts down the construction.
The U.S. is in the last mile of this fight. Fatigue has set in, but we can overcome. Following guidelines may save lives. We’ve lost enough already.
The different phrases of Amanda Gorman’s poem, read at President Joe Biden’s inauguration, keep ringing in my head.
May we pray for conviction and contrition for our past sins and for the fortitude to work to change our culture, nation and world from one that accepts the killing of innocent children to one which celebrates the sanctity of human life.
I will certainly miss tuning in to the Paper Radio each week — please return early and often.
I just want to give a shoutout to the Paris Parks and Recreation Department for keeping the walking track at Dragon Park in such great shape.
While the public is used to having the ultimate say-so in who holds elected seats, rarely do residents have a say in who is hired to appointed municipal positions.
I aspire to give back like those I’ve met during my time here, and I hope you can gain some inspiration too.
Women in menswear-inspired suits had their place and their time once, but surely we are beyond the need to worry about what any woman chooses to wear.
Answer a few of these questions, please. Your voters and constituents deserve it.
People and corporations may have the right to free speech, and private censorship within their own affairs, even if one or both is equally foolish, but no one is guaranteed an audience.
Thumbs up, thumbs down is a review of several news pieces throughout the week.
We’re hearing a lot about the First Amendment due to current events in Washington, D.C. and Silicon Valley, and it seems there’s widespread misconception about what it does.