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US Mail Delivery Could Be Changing

A delay in mail deliveries could be by a day or more under some new cost-cutting efforts imposed by the new postmaster general. That plan eliminates overtime for hundreds of thousands of postal workers. Postal service leaders say that if postal distribution centers are running late, they will keep the ...

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New Public Works Director In Paris

Paris City Manager Grayson Path has appointed Michael Smith to serve as the new Public Works director. Smith formerly served as superintendent of the Capital Improvement Program. Path will now focus on two more high-level appointments to the city administration in the police and fire departments.

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A&M-System To Offer Free COVID 19 Tests For Students, Faculty, Staff

Students, faculty, and staff at all 11 Texas A&M System universities across the state, including campuses in Commerce and Texarkana, will soon have quick and easy access to free testing for COVID-19. Approximately 15,000 test kits will be sent to system campuses each month. Each school will set up a ...

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Delta County To Have New Sheriff

  Charla Singleton Charla Singleton has won the Delta County primary run-off election and will become its first female sheriff. Singleton currently serves as Chief Deputy.

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Hopkins County Bookings

Mugshots Not Available Hopkins County Deputies arrested 31-year-old Sara Nichole Pitchford, of Hugo. They had revoked her bond on a charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance. Sulphur Springs Police responded to an assault complaint at Walmart and made contact with 25-year-old Lamont Lankeen Mitchell, of Pittsburg. A records check ...

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Workforce Solutions Hosts Virtual Job Fair

Workforce Solutions is giving job seekers and employers in area communities the chance to connect in a Virtual Job Fair on Tuesday, July 21, starting at 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. Don’t miss this chance to seek job opportunities available in your area. Prepare your resume now, and get your ...

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Tyler ISD Board Votes to Change Names of Two High Schools

Tyler ISD’s Board of Trustees held a special meeting Thursday night and voted 7–0 to change Robert E. Lee and John Tyler High Schools’ names. In the future, they will not name the schools after people. A school facility may use names after any patriotic belief, principled ideals, values, desired ...

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United Way of Lamar County Hosting Blood Drive

The United Way of Lamar County and Carter Blood Care will be holding a Blood Drive on Saturday, July 25, from 10:00 am-3:00 pm at the corner of Collegiate Drive & Lamar Avenue. Give in July and get an exclusive Texas Rangers Ball Cap. Make an appointment: https://ww3.greatpartners.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/115695

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Paris HS Ladycat Volleyball Fundraiser

The Paris Lady Wildcats Volleyball team is hosting a fundraiser. The Lady Cats are looking to upgrade a few things and add to their program. They will be purchasing new varsity uniforms, shoes, knee pads, shirts, and practice equipment that gets worn out or damaged throughout the off-season with their ...

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