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The Texas Legislature wrapped up this year’s lawmaking session on Sunday. Although members of the House and Senate touted wins for both Republicans and Democrats, tensions are rising between the legislative bodies amid criticism from Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. What would you grade this year’s leg…
I agree, Charlotte, that an investigation of the Jan. 6 incident at the Capitol is in order. The question is, who will do it?
What a treasure your community has in the Sam Bell Maxey House.
I, too, love the gospel story of the forgiven adulteress, referred to by Charlotte Coyle in her Paris News article of May 6.
I want to personally thank Congressman Pat Fallon for speaking out about the racial slur against Sen. Tim Scott, R-N.C., posted on Facebook by our local Democratic Party chairman. Thank you, Rep. Fallon.
Agree or disagree, but personal or racial slurs have no place coming from the leader.
I’ve been inside the Lamar County Courthouse and have my “T-Star-J Livestock Brand” recorded at that courthouse. It’s a beautiful landmark building. Let’s preserve it, correctly.
As a Texas voter, I am reaching out to request you oppose House Bill 1026 and any attempts at voter suppression during this legislative session.
Although the overall intent of the legislation is voter suppression, the above sections definitely limits your authority and ability to do your job well.
I hope the weather we had in February will put the brakes on the Green New Deal bunch.
My mind boggles at your foolish decision to remove coronavirus protections for Texans. We are on the cusp of getting this pandemic under control; now is not the time to fail in leadership.
Had it not been the healing power of Jesus and Dr. Young’s expert work, I would not be alive.
This random act of kindness brightened my day.
The Oath Keepers and other like-minded groups and individuals represent a sizable voting block that many politicians, some on display at the Conservative Political Action Conference, are courting for the next election.
These public servants and citizens deserve our continuing appreciation and that should be conveyed at every opportunity we have. Thanks to all and may God bless you as you serve our community.
Kudos to all the volunteers, especially those who braved the cold to direct traffic in the parking lot. Thanks to all!
This letter is in response to Klark Byrd’s editorial, “Solution needed to fix rotten roads.” (Feb. 11, 2021)
I can’t fathom how any principled senator can fail to do his or her duty to convict the accused instigator of this attempted coup.
I just wanted to pass on kudos to the Paris-Lamar County Health District and everybody involved with the Covid-19 Vaccination Program at the Love Civic Center this morning.
I want to take time out to commend David House Jewelry, your local mom-and-pop jeweler.