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Tesla Picks Finalists For New US Plant

  According to an informed source, Tesla has picked Austin and Tulsa as finalists for its new U.S. assembly plant. It wasn’t clear if there were any other finalists in the mix. The new plant will reportedly be more significant than the Tesla plant in California that employs more than ...

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JP Penny’s Files For Bankruptcy

With 846 stores and 85,000 employees, Plano based J.C. Penney filed for bankruptcy Friday and is asking a federal judge to authorize the rejection of 20 leases in the company’s chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company said it plans to accelerate permanent store closings but declined to provide details on which ...

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Former NFL Broadcaster, Beauty Queen, Phyllis George Dies

Phyllis George, born and raised in Denton, a former Miss America who became a mainstay on CBS Football broadcasts on Sundays has died at the age of 70 of a blood disorder. She appeared with Brent Musburger, Irv Cross, and Jimmy “The Greek” Snyder. She was the first woman to ...

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Titus County Judge Shares Statement From JBS

Titus County Judge Brian Lee Titus County Judge Brian Lee released a statement he received from JBS – the Parent Company of Pilgrims Pride. The company stated that they have been collaborating closely with Pilgrim’s to identify the best ways to keep people safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19. ...

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Titus County Cases Of COVID 19 Rise On Sunday

Titus County Judge Brian Lee posted an update on his county’s COVID-19 numbers on his Facebook page Sunday morning. He said there were 11 new cases include six women and five men, ages 20 to 61. Judge Lee added that the county’s total is now at 121 confirmed COVID-19 cases. ...

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Lamar National Bank Discusses Plans To Re-Open Lobby

    Lamar National Bank CEO and President Greg Wilson announced that plans to reopen the bank lobbies at all locations are currently under discussion. Wilson stated, “While we are anxious to see our customers face-to-face, the safety of our employees and customers is our number one priority. The earliest ...

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Message From First Baptist Church, Mt Pleasant

From First Baptist Church Mt Pleasant We have reached the mid-point of May, and we are continuing to act on a community health situation that is changing daily. In the last week, testing has become more available in our area. As more people are tested, more positive results for COVID-19 ...

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United Way of Lamar County COVID-19 Survey Results

Last week the United Way of Lamar County released an online survey to help understand the economic, health, and social impact that COVID-19 has had on our community. There is 22.3% of the 86 respondents said they were unable to see a doctor or have elective surgery, 10.5% received non-emergency ...

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Paris Junior College Honors Student Writing Talent

While they could receive honor with an in-person ceremony due to COVID-19 closures, Paris Junior College students’ writing talent is still gaining recognition. PJC English instructors Carey Gable, Dr. Marian Ellis, and Dr. Jennifer Collar organized the creative writing contest, selected judges, and recently notified winners. Winners by category include: ...

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PJC Workforce Students Return Monday To Finish Spring Semester

While most sophomores at Paris Junior College have finished their online classes and applied for graduation, students in some workforce programs will return on Monday, May 18, as part of a phased-in reopening process. “Our faculty and students in spring semester workforce courses with hands-on labs will be allowed to ...

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