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.
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…
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.
The different phrases of Amanda Gorman’s poem, read at President Joe Biden’s inauguration, keep ringing in my head.
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.
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.
My worst fears have become a reality, and there seems to be no end to the amount of uncertainty before us.
Don’t trust a news item or infographic if it doesn’t show you where it’s “brain” is, in other words, where it gets its facts.
I thank and appreciate all of you more than you know. It has been my honor and pleasure to have been a part of your Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.
There is a serious constitutional issue involved in a post-presidential impeachment.
In the wake of last Wednesday’s riot, several people lost their lives. That is heartbreaking. But it’s time to reckon with why the response was so different.
Paris, Lamar County, shoot, just about all of Northeast Texas, just isn’t known for getting a lot of snow. I believe it is one of the most attractive features of the area.
These are indeed dark days. It would be easy to let the darkness consume us, to let it overwhelm us. But we mustn’t let it. Thankfully, there are rays of hope that may shed some light along the way.
In this troubling time in our nation’s history, I am proud to write for a newspaper with a long history of fairness.
American exceptionalism was a staple of my education growing up here in Northeast Texas. There was nothing exceptional about Wednesday’s events.
As if the coronavirus outbreak wasn’t stressful enough, thieves have been exploiting the pandemic as a way to rip you off. Here are some scams to watch out for — and how to help prevent them.
I am enriched beyond measure — all for the price of a treat.
Vaccinations for the Covid-19 virus have begun, and so have the logistical snarl-ups we probably should have been expecting with something so important and so fraught with controversy and political and social import.
One question lately has been dominating my conversations, even bleeding into my personal life when my mother asked me: “Do you plan to get the Covid-19 vaccine?” The short answer is yes, I do.