Things weren’t always easy for the Paris National 12U Ozone baseball team and the Paris American 10U AAA team.Both teams faced stiff adversity in last week’s postseason games, though they persevered to be crowned regional champions.
Suspending fish are hard to catch, and this is why the bite is only fair right now.
More often than not, I find myself spending time at the range and in the woods with my Texan big bore air rifle.
Conservation groups are asking the tens of thousands of people who boat in Texas coastal waters every year to become part of the solution to conserve diminishing habitats.
Two athletic coaches for the Hugo Buffalo have tested positive for the coronavirus, The Hugo News reported on Friday.
On the mound, North Lamar Panther Luke Parsons was just about as sure as they come. Now, he’s ready to test himself at the next level after recently signing to play for Eastfield College in Mesquite.
Conditions are changing on our area lakes; water levels are continuing to drop and water colors are clearing. Fishing on all our lakes has been good — bass, crappie, catfish and white bass are all active.
Folks who hunt with me will concur that I have a habit of ignoring smart precautionary measures to keep myself safe from critters in the outdoors.
On the soccer field, Paris Wildcat Justin Medina is as well-rounded as they come, able to impact games in any number of ways. Now, he’ll continue his athletic career at Jacksonville College, where he recently committed to play.
The Paris Optimist Club wrapped up another successful season last week, which saw local children of all ages and skill levels take part in America’s pastime at Woodall Fields over the last several weeks.
After years of rising through the ranks of the Paris Optimist League’s baseball ladder, twin brothers Weslee and Steven Langley played big roles in their team’s league championship victory Thursday evening.
It’s official — there will be high school football this fall. And though some teams throughout Texas will need to wait a bit longer than usual before they can play it, local schools should be starting the season right on time.
Things are heating up, both water temps and the weather. Most of our area lakes are clearing, and water levels are getting back to normal pool levels.
Looking back on well over a half-century spent as a very active participant in all sorts of hunting and fishing endeavors, I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s more fun to diversify than stick with one method of hunting, or fishing for that matter.
The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife law enforcement reports:
The University Interscholastic League has announced modifications to its 2020-21 UIL calendar and updated Covid-19 risk mitigation guidelines, set to take effect Aug. 1.
Several individual athletes at Paris Junior College, along with the Dragons baseball team, recently earned national recognition for their accomplishments in the classroom.
Local athletics have been working to adapt to the new guidelines imposed by Texas UIL.
Crappie on Pat Mayse are keeping anglers busy, both with numbers and size. Jigs and minnows have been the main course for these fish. One little tip for catching them — if you are using a jig, try tipping your jig with a Berkley Crappie Nibblet. Adding the nibblet could be a mind thing, but …
For many years, I had access to hunt and fish on a couple hundred acres situated about three-quarters of a mile from my home. The place is an outdoor paradise, rough country with plenty of water and an ample supply of wild hogs I dearly love to hunt, butcher and turn into tasty meals.
For 41 years, Clarksville Blue Tigers head basketball coach Willie Coulter has helped shape the lives of young boys and girls throughout Texas. Now, after a successful career that saw him win over 600 total games, he’s decided to retire.