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Pittsburg-Camp Chamber Of Commerce

  Happy Thursday! The Chamber of Commerce is making plans for the annual Christmas parade through downtown Pittsburg, set for Saturday (Dec 3) 1:00 pm. This year’s theme is “Christmas at the Movies.” Floats and decorated vehicles compete for a first, second and third place. The entry fee is $25 ...

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Ribbon-cutting Opens New Choctaw Wellness Center In Antlers

    Photos by Deidre K. Elrod/Choctaw Nation District 7 Councilman Jack Austin Sr. wields the scissors as Chief Gary Batton, Assistant Chief Jack Austin Jr., the Choctaw Nation Tribal Council, local officials, and citizens join him in front of the Choctaw Wellness Center in Antlers.  A crowd was on ...

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State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.3 Billion in October

  (AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said today that state sales tax revenue totaled $2.29 billion in October, 0.2 percent more than in October 2015. “Opposing trends in consumer and business spending resulted in slight overall growth in state sales tax revenue,” Hegar said. “Continued declines in collections from ...

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Meet the Authors

Maryann Miller, WCA Theatre & Literary Director Sixth Annual Author Showcase Winnsboro TX – The Winnsboro Center for the Arts (WCA) will host the Sixth Annual Author Showcase in conjunction with the Art & Wine Festival in downtown Winnsboro on Saturday, November 12, 2016, from 9:00 to 4:30. The event ...

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Investments In Clean Water Infrastructure

    USDA Announces $331 Million Investment for Clean Water Infrastructure in Rural Communities TEMPLE, TX, November 2, 2016 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing $331 million in 85 projects that will improve water and wastewater infrastructure in rural areas in ...

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Aikin Fire Safety Week Poster Contest Winners

    Aikin fourth graders recently participated in the Paris Fire Department’s poster contest during Fire Safety Week. Campus winners were Hannah Newberry, Vanessa Anderson, and Chadlee Harrelson. Newberry’s poster won First Place of all the Lamar County elementary schools.

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Paris High School Band Books Trip To State Finals

    By Tim Taylor For the first time in the school’s history, the Paris High Blue Blazes Band has earned a trip to the state marching band finals to perform their award-winning halftime show “Shiver.” The PHS band placed fourth at the Area C contest Saturday at Nacogdoches Homer ...

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LeTourneau University

    LeTourneau (8-8-1 / 4-6-1 ASC) enters as the No. 8 seed and is making its fourth American Southwest Conference tournament appearance (05,06,15,16). This event is the second consecutive postseason appearance for the YellowJackets who are in search of their first win in the ASC tournament. Senior midfielder Stephanie ...

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Vilsack Awards $45 Million In Grants

    Agriculture Secretary Vilsack Awards $45 Million in Grants to Help Agricultural Producers and Small Rural Businesses Develop New Products Funding will help beginning, veteran, and socially-disadvantaged farmers and ranchers to expand businesses TEMPLE, TX, October 28, 2016 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is providing more ...

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Paris vs. North Lamar Tickets

    This coming Friday (Nov 4), Paris Wildcat’s will play North Lamar at North Lamar. Tickets are available Thursday until 2:00 pm and Friday until 2:00 pm. Student Tickets will be $3.00, and Adult Tickets will be $5.00, student. The school store is selling adult tickets before school and ...

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