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Paris Police Report Tuesday (Mar 9)

Matthew Eugene Smith At 9:21 Monday night, Paris Police responded to the 800-block of NE 12th about a stabbing victim. The 32-year-old male reported that someone stabbed him while in the 1200-block of Tudor St. The investigation led to the arrest of Matthew Eugene Smith, 35, of Paris. Officers charged ...

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Chisum One-Act Play Winners

Front Row, L-R – Avery Frey (Crew), Haylie Boyd (Molly), Brianna Thompson (Stage Manager), Kristen Young (Sylvie)Back Row, L-R – Keith McNeal (director), Hunter Dawes (Willie), Evan Braziel (Archie), Lindsay Mead (grandmother), Hayden Braziel (Roddy), Joseph Sanders (grandfather), Ali Amacendi (sound), Jacob Peralta (lights) On Saturday, March 6, the students from Chisum ...

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Show Me The Money

The U.S. Senate narrowly approved a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill last Saturday as President Joe Biden and his Democratic allies notched a victory they called crucial for hoisting the country out of the pandemic and economic doldrums without Republicans. The House should pass it to the President today. If ...

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Now There One

Shelly Botkin Out of three, now there is only one. The Public Utility Commissioner Shelly Botkin resigned and followed chairwoman of the commission, DeAnn Walker. The three serving on the panel came under pressure in the aftermath of the deadly Texas winter weather crisis that left millions of people without ...

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Gasoline Price Going Up

It’s high, and you can expect it to go higher. The average price of gasoline is $2.40 up to $2.89 in Northeast Texas. Industry experts expect the rise this time of year, but this year’s prices are higher than usual, and we could be spending more to fill up until ...

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Good News From CDC

Good news from CDC. According to federal health officials’ long-awaited guidance, fully vaccinated Americans can gather with other vaccinated people indoors without wearing a mask or social distancing. The recommendations also say that vaccinated people can come together with people considered at low-risk for severe diseases, such as vaccinated grandparents ...

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Boats Arrive For Funeral

Coy Gilbreath, 7, was a second-grader at Quitman Elementary. He died last week after accidentally being run over. His family held his services Monday at Quitman Youth Foundations’ baseball fields. He and his family loved fishing, and dozens of boaters gathered on Lake Fork to pay their respects to Coy’s ...

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Hopkins County Bookings

Jessica Vanlandingham Hopkins County Deputies arrested Jessica Vanlandingham, 37, of Sulphur Springs, after K-9 Kilo alerted her car as having drugs. They located one gram of methamphetamine in her purse. Her second arrest in less than a month ended with her release after posting a $5,000 bond. Hopkins County revoked ...

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Tuesday’s Sports

Les Miles NFL The Dallas Cowboys branded Dak Prescott. The two-time Pro Bowl quarterback has agreed to terms on a new contract. It began two years ago and saw a mix of compromises and stalemates that led to a franchise tag applied in 2020 and a second, more expensive one ...

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ASC – Sports

Whitfield, Turpin Earn Women’s Basketball Players of the Week AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Games: March 4-6, 2021 EAST DIVISION PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Keauna Whitfield, G, Sr., LeTourneau LeTourneau senior guard Keauna Whitfield (Rosebud, Texas) averaged 25.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists, and 5.0 steals per game as the ...

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