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The Paris News Customer Service Center

The Paris News Customer Service Center

Welcome. We're here to help! We're pleased to bring many of The Paris News services to the web, providing 24-hour accessibility to our products and information.


Our location

5050 SE Loop 286 - map
P.O. Box 1078
Paris, Texas 75461
Phone: (903) 785-8744

Hours

Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Departments


General Information

History of The Paris News
The Paris News has a rich heritage in Lamar County that as of July 10 spans more then 150 years. While not the oldest newspaper in the state, The Paris News' history is well worth recalling.


News Services

Letter to the Editor
The Paris News welcomes your commentary. No letter will be published until authorship is confirmed.

Press Release
Submit your news and event information to The Paris News.


Subscriber Services

Home Delivery
Subscribe to The Paris News. Start your service today.

The Paris News Back issues
Order issues up to two years after publication.

Vacation Stops
Place a temporary stop on delivery of your newspaper for a vacation or any reason. Remember, you can make a difference for education if you choose to donate your newspapers to local schools.

Delivery Issues
Miss a paper? Delivery problem? We're here to bring the finest customer service to your doorstep.

The Paris News Email Extra
Email Extra is our free e-mail newsletter and the best way to keep track of daily or breaking news in Lamar County. Registration is required.


Advertiser Services

Advertising Inquiry
Click here with questions about ad sizes, file types, ad prices, etc.

Place an Ad
Sell your stuff fast! Click here to place your ad in the Classified Marketplace.

Online Poll

Should lawmakers consider education spending cuts?

With the Covid-19 pandemic continuing to sock the Texas economy, punching an estimated $7 billion hole in the state’s finances, school officials are beginning to worry state lawmakers will look to make cuts in education spending. House Bill 3, signed into law in June 2019, was an $11.6 billion overhaul of Texas’s long-beleaguered school finance system that included about $6.5 billion in new public education spending. Should lawmakers consider education spending cuts when they meet in January?

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