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Burleson Boy Found In Family Vehicle
Around 1:00 pm Sunday in Burleson, a boy’s family called 911 reporting Zachar Elsha, 5, got out of their house.
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Two Injured In Helicopter Crash
At College Station crew was filming a reality television series called “A Haunting” in Texas. Their helicopter crash while filming
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Louisiana Trooper Dies After Traffic Stop
At Bell City, Louisiana, Col. Mike Edmonson, the head of the state police, stated that a trooper was fatality injured.
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Oklahoma’s Labor Commissioner Stabbed To Death
  was stabbed multiple times Sunday before 6:30 pm and died. It was while eating at a Braum’s restaurant in
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Fort Worth Police Officer Drowns
Harlan Tray Whitworth, 49, of Springtown, TX, was a police officer with the Fort Worth Police Department. Whitworth drowned Friday
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Sulphur Springs’ Man Arrested
Joshua Cullen Lonidier, 30, of Sulphur Springs was charged with releasing a private sex tape owned by his ex-girlfriend. He
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Third Suspect Arrested
In Lindale there was a home invasion and robbery that occurred on Aug 6. Justin Lamar Tave, 25, was arrested
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Guaranty Continues Growing
Guaranty Bancshares, Inc., is the holding company for Guaranty Bank and Trust. They have announced the recent completion of their
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Texas Crop, Weather For Aug 18, 2015
Cattle theft has continued to increase as market prices have risen in conjunction with the drought, according to the Texas
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Weekly Roadwork Report For Aug. 23-29, 2015
TxDOT Atlanta District Bowie County US 259 – At Red River north of De Kalb, constructing new bridge. IH 30
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Jan
18
Thu
Tales for Twos @ Paris Public Library
Jan 18 @ 2:30 pm

Two year olds. Registration is required.

Jan
20
Sat
First Annual Rainbow Trout Free Fishing Fun Weekends @ Daingerfield State Park
Jan 20 – Jan 21 all-day

The park is getting 4000 Rainbow Trout stocked into Little Pine Lake. The park is receiving one of the largest allotments of Rainbow Trout in Texas and the most of any Texas State Park as a result of a cooperative effort between Morris County, City of Daingerfield, Texas Parks, and Wildlife Department – Inland Fisheries and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department – Daingerfield State Park.

Loaner fishing gear will be available along with free bait. Besides fishing for Rainbow Trout, park visitors will get to learn how to catch, clean and cook these cold water treasures.  Other programs during our event will be Fishing 101, Knot Tying, Underwater Discovery and much more!  Make Daingerfield State Park your #1 fishing stop this winter angling for the Rainbows!

You do not need a Fishing License to fish at Daingerfield State Park!  The park will waive all entrance fees for those participating in our Rainbow Trout event. All other fishing regulations will be in effect. The limit for Rainbow Trout is five fish per angler per day (no size limit).

Elk’s Lodge Veteran’s Breakfast @ Elk's Lodge
Jan 20 @ 7:30 am – 10:00 am
Jan
21
Sun
First Annual Rainbow Trout Free Fishing Fun Weekends @ Daingerfield State Park
Jan 21 – Jan 22 all-day

The park is getting 4000 Rainbow Trout stocked into Little Pine Lake. The park is receiving one of the largest allotments of Rainbow Trout in Texas and the most of any Texas State Park as a result of a cooperative effort between Morris County, City of Daingerfield, Texas Parks, and Wildlife Department – Inland Fisheries and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department – Daingerfield State Park.

Loaner fishing gear will be available along with free bait. Besides fishing for Rainbow Trout, park visitors will get to learn how to catch, clean and cook these cold water treasures.  Other programs during our event will be Fishing 101, Knot Tying, Underwater Discovery and much more!  Make Daingerfield State Park your #1 fishing stop this winter angling for the Rainbows!

You do not need a Fishing License to fish at Daingerfield State Park!  The park will waive all entrance fees for those participating in our Rainbow Trout event. All other fishing regulations will be in effect. The limit for Rainbow Trout is five fish per angler per day (no size limit).

Jan
23
Tue
Books & Babies @ Paris Public Library
Jan 23 @ 10:30 am

Storytime for infants  0 – 23 months

Jan
25
Thu
Tales for Twos @ Paris Public Library
Jan 25 @ 2:30 pm

Two year olds. Registration is required.

Jan
26
Fri
22nd Annual Jewelry, Rock, Mineral and Fossil show @ Tyler Rose Garden Center
Jan 26 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Visitors will be able to see club member’s display cases, demonstrations and dealer booths supplying a variety of jewelry,  jewelry making supplies, lapidary & earth science related products. Visitor’s favorites are mineral specimens, dinosaur bone, and meteorites. Once again this year the nationally famous Rock Food Table will be there. Geode cracking will also be a favorite thing to do. There are hourly door prizes, plus adult and children’s grand prizes.

Admission is free on Friday for school children, and on Saturday and Sunday, the charge is $1.00. Adult fee is $5.00. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in uniform are admitted free.

The Club has members from all over the East Texas Area and is always open to guests and those interested in rocks and earth science.

Feed The Flame Fundraiser @ Paris Elks Lodge
Jan 26 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Benefits Lamar County Contenders Special Olympics Team. It’s Dinner, Entertainment plus a Live and Silent Auction. Tickets are $20 at the door.

Jan
27
Sat
22nd Annual Jewelry, Rock, Mineral and Fossil show @ Tyler Rose Garden Center
Jan 27 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Visitors will be able to see club member’s display cases, demonstrations and dealer booths supplying a variety of jewelry,  jewelry making supplies, lapidary & earth science related products. Visitor’s favorites are mineral specimens, dinosaur bone, and meteorites. Once again this year the nationally famous Rock Food Table will be there. Geode cracking will also be a favorite thing to do. There are hourly door prizes, plus adult and children’s grand prizes.

Admission is free on Friday for school children, and on Saturday and Sunday, the charge is $1.00. Adult fee is $5.00. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in uniform are admitted free.

The Club has members from all over the East Texas Area and is always open to guests and those interested in rocks and earth science.

“Murder at the Gatsby Speakeasy” @ The Loft
Jan 27 @ 9:00 pm

It is a party to support Paris Community Theater. It is a fun-filled an evening with music, food and drinks, champagne toast at midnight and a murder! It is $75 per person $65 per person for PCT season ticket holder.