If you won’t mask up for your own health, consider doing so this holiday season for those working on the front lines of this health pandemic.
Fuel price tracker GasBuddy estimates that on-the-road holiday travel will be down substantially from previous years, even as Americans enjoy the lowest gasoline prices in at least four years. Do you have plans to drive somewhere for the Thanksgiving holiday?
Thumbs up, thumbs down is a review of several news pieces throughout the week.
With the holiday season all but upon us, The Salvation Army in Paris needs your help.
As chairman of Texas's Republican party, Allen West should call on Attorney General Ken Paxton to stand down amid an abuse of office investigation, if for no other reason than to ensure the integrity of the Republican party.
Two Democratic lawmakers in Texas filed bills last week in advance of the 2021 legislative session to legalize, regulate and tax personal cannabis use. They argue a legal marijuana industry could bring in hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenue and create tens of thousands of jobs. If…
Covid-19 is surging again in Texas and throughout the U.S. Texas hospitals are filling with virus patients. Work continues on vaccines. We’ve gotten the spread under control before, we can do it again. So, let’s do it.
Our freedoms come at a great price. They are envied by many and challenged by some, but they are protected by the best. Thank you, vets.
If there is to be any unification, or at the very least a semblance of courtesy toward one another, it will not come from Joe Biden or Donald Trump. The responsibility for healing the nation begins at home with each of us, personally.
Take the time to verify information you see online, especially on social media. Consider it a service to your fellow Americans.
Today is Election Day. It is every American’s last chance to have a say in the direction our country will take for the next four years. Want to take a swing at the current administration or its challengers? Do it at the ballot box.
It’s time our elected leaders stop stoking fears of a process we have used for more than 240 years. The process is more secure today than it ever has been.
No reality is harder to face than learning that children in our community are being abused, some right under our noses. Yet, that is the truth.
Good work is happening here in Paris, and that can be our lighthouse in the storm the nation is traversing.
If Fred Rogers is right that “attitudes are caught, not taught,” then let us hope that the Chamber of Commerce’s positive attitude becomes a virus we are all too happy to catch.
Districts are ready to help failing remote students get back on track, and they will continue to need caregiver support at home to get the job done.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To help raise awareness, The Paris News published it’s Pink Edition on Oct. 4 to share the stories of survivors. The topic is revisited today in the Living section.
It’s been eight months since the virus first appeared in our region, and we’re tired of using hand sanitizer at every turn and we’re tired of speaking up through masks so others can hear us, but we can’t stop now.
It’s all well and good to say we support our local health care and front line workers, but we can show them we do by following guidelines, wearing masks and getting flu shots.