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Baseball, Softball, Riders, And Rangers In Today’s Sports Update

Photo by Tony Corso tonycorsoimages.com On the softball field today, the Chisum Lady Mustangs and Prairiland Lady Patriots will finish their season at 1:00 pm at Chisum High School. Chisum needs a win to keep playoff hopes alive while Prairiland is looking to go into the playoffs on a two-game winning ...

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Most Eat Chocolate Bunnies’ Ears First

  With Easter on Sunday, TopCashback.com is sharing the results of its egg-citing spring holiday survey. It found two out of five (40%) Americans’ favorite Easter basket item is the classic chocolate bunny and 68% tend to chomp down on the ears first. Easter is widely celebrated across the world ...

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Morgan Wallen’s Mullet In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Morgan Wallen tells Knox News that he got his mullet from his father. “The whole mullet thing came from my dad actually… I was looking through their photo albums when I was back home one day, and I got to their wedding, and my dad had a mullet. And me and ...

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New Achille Swears In Police Chief

Stephen Isedeh has been sworn in as the new police chief of Achille, Oklahoma. He replaces former Chief Chris Watson, who was fired last month after a search was conducted at a city councilman’s home. Four other officers were suspended over the incident.

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Two Separate Child Sexual Assault Trials Begin Next Week

Juries have been chosen for two separate child sexual assault trials scheduled next week for Lamar County. The trial for 30-year-old Israel Brice Deere is set to begin Monday. The trial of 27-year-old Kory Allen Battiest is scheduled to get underway April 25.

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Paris City Council Has Busy Agenda For Monday

The Paris City Council will meet in regular session Monday at 5:30 and a mostly routine agenda is planned.  Council members will hear reports from city boards and commissions and consider several zoning petitions. Rehabilitation and replacement of the Wastewater Treatment Plant will be discussed and the council will give ...

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North Lamar Celebrates Naming Of Buildings And Complexes

Public invited to a recognition ceremony The North Lamar ISD Board of Trustees, administration and staff will celebrate the naming of four of its buildings and complexes in a recognition ceremony on Tuesday, April 23 at 6:00 p.m. in front of the James A. Dawson Athletic Facility.  Those to be ...

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Students Prepare And Plant Teaching Rose Garden At Stone

Local garden club funds project Earlier this semester, the Paris Garden Study Club presented a check to the Stone Middle School Garden Science program for their teaching rose garden project.  Class instructors, Martin Bryant, and Joseph Tellez, and their students invited the garden club members back to see the garden after they planted ...

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