Veteran Robert Love spent 24 years in the Air Force and now carries memories of his travels around the whole world, pieces of his years of service and commitment to his country.
After JoAnna Neal’s son, Jordyn, was caught in a devastating house fire earlier in the month, the family has found a new home and thanks to donations from the community, will be able to celebrate Thanksgiving together.
After an electrical fire broke out at the Paris Golf and Country Club on Saturday, four volunteer fire departments responded and no occupants were injured.
When Christmas in Paris was canceled, some local crafters and business owners weren’t sure what to do. But the community came together and hosted an event Saturday morning to make up for it, selling their goods outside Paris Apothecary.
The Moll family and Project Deport will be offering free hot Thanksgiving meals to anyone in need in the community. To request one from the Molls, call 903-395-5822, or stop by the Deport VFD to get one from the organization on Thanksgiving Day.
A small group of Parisians gathered on Saturday at Leon Williams Park to drive around the city in the “Healing Parade,” an event organized by Sharmane Hawkins to promote unity after a tough election and year.
This week, Texas Sen. Jane Nelson from District 12 introduced Senate Bill 197, which will exempt nonprofit rescue groups from paying sales tax on adoption fees. It could mean a world of difference for Baby Gunn’s Animal Rescue.
The holiday shopping season is here, and Paris boutiques have everything gift-givers are looking for. With hot looks for the cool weather and stocking stuffers to delight, there’s a product for every special someone.