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Holiday Fire Safety

Practice fire safety during the holiday season COLLEGE STATION, Texas — People and their activities cause more than 90 percent of wildfires in Texas. This holiday season, Texas A&M Forest Service urges everyone to be careful when participating in seasonal activities that could start a wildfire or house fire. One ...

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Weekly Roadwork Report

TxDOT Atlanta District For Dec. 8-14, 2019 Bowie County SH 8 – At Sulphur River, replacing bridges US 259 – At Red River, paving approaches to bridge. Cass County SH 8 – At Sulphur River, replacing bridges Harrison County I-20 – at Potters Creek, conducting preventative maintenance work on bridges. ...

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Game Warden Field Notes

 Texas Parks and Wildlife law enforcement compiled the following reports.   How Trashy On Nov. 20, a Lubbock district game warden received a call about several illegally dumped sandhill cranes in a community dumpster. The Lubbock police department officer on scene climbed into the dumpster to confirm that the birds ...

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Cap and Gown Time At PJC

Emily Futral (left), a Paris Junior College student working in the Admissions and Records Office, hands a cap and gown to Christal Pilip of Pattonville. Pilip was picking them up for her daughter Jaycie, who will participate in PJC’s fall graduation ceremony next Friday, Dec. 13, at 7:00 pm in ...

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Paris Junior College Job Fair Wednesday December 11

    From Paris Economic Development Corporation Paris, Texas is proud to be the home of Paris Junior College (PJC), an integral part of the city for almost one hundred years. PJC is a core component of what makes the workforce in Paris able to adapt and meet the demands ...

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Paris Police Report For Friday (Dec 6)

Ronald Stone Paris Police responded to a disturbance in the 1100-block of Grove St. at 9:03 Thursday night. Officers found a 61-year-old male with a large laceration to his face and neck. The victim reported that when he arrived home, his wife and a 60-year-old man named Ronald Stone had ...

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Bailey Inquisitive Minds Advance To Regional Science Fair

Judges choose the best ideas and experiments Bailey Intermediate School held a science fair on November 21 for the fourth and fifth-grade students on their campus.  The projects were judged on creativity, scientific thought, thoroughness, skill, and clarity.  The top four from each grade will compete at the Region 8 ...

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Registration Info For Deport Christmas Parade Dec. 14

Groups have until Friday (Dec 13) to register for the Annual Deport Christmas Parade, which is scheduled for Saturday (Dec 14) at 4:00 pm. Call Deport City hall at 903-652-9875 to sign up. Groups participating will assemble at the park by First Baptist Church at 3:30 Saturday (Dec 14). There ...

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Paris Weekend Festivities

The Annual Free Christmas in Fair Park is set for today (Dec 6) from 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm and tomorrow (Dec 7) from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm at the Paris-Lamar County Fairgrounds. There will be arts, gifts, food, children’s entertainment and pictures with Santa. The Boys and Girls ...

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PCT’s Christmas At The Plaza Opens December 13

Paris Community Theatre invites you to come home for Christmas as they present ‘Christmas at the Plaza,’ a musical revue – Friday through Sunday (Dec 13-15) at the Plaza Theatre. The cast includes PCT regulars Terry Bull, Amy Braswell Burrows, Jeff Cochran, Riley Collard, Ken Dickinson, Michelle Hobbs, Shannon Jones, ...

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Playing Field Information Announced For Globe Life Field

Field dimensions will honor iconic players and seasons in Texas Rangers history Arlington, Texas — The Texas Rangers today released details on the playing field information for the new Globe Life Field, which will open in March 2020. Among the details announced were the field dimensions from home plate to the outfield ...

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Collin County Wrecker Driver Shot And Killed During Repo

A Collin County tow truck driver was killed on the job. Reportedly, 24-year-old Zach Johnson, of McKinney, was hired only three weeks ago by Texas Auto Towing Service in Sanger. He was fatally shot while repossessing a car at the Best Western Inn in Lake Dallas. The owner of the ...

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14 Dem, 6 GOP Presidential Candidates On OK Super Tuesday Ballot

Fourteen Democrats and six Republicans, including President Trump, will be on next year’s Oklahoma presidential primary ballot after the state’s three-day filing period closed. Four more Democrats and one more Republican filed paperwork on Wednesday. Oklahoma votes next year as part of the March 3 “Super Tuesday” primaries.

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PHS Drama’s Addams Family Tonight Through Sunday

The Paris High School Drama Department presents “Addams Family, the Musical” beginning tonight at Paris ISD’s Weger Auditorium. Performances are at 7:00 pm tonight (Dec 5), tomorrow night (Dec 6), and at 2:00 pm Saturday and Sunday afternoon (Dec 7-8). Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students. For ...

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Live Thankfully “Party With A Purpose” Sunday At Chisum

A Paris non- profit organization that focuses on feeding school kids over the two week Christmas break is holding a food drive, and the kids actually do the food drive in the schools. The theme of the project is “Live Thankfully.” A “Party With A Purpose” is held at the ...

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Paris Woman Arrested For Attacking Man With Hammer

Paris Police responded to a disturbance in the 1800-block of Maple St. and found an 18-year-old man had a large cut on his head. The victim was uncooperative with the investigation but witnesses said Jala Charna Garnes, 19, had hit the victim with a hammer and a glass ashtray during ...

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Paris Citizens Police Academy Class

Paris Police Department Citizens Police Academy Class 2020-11 Accepting Applications The Paris Police Department is proud to announce the scheduling of our 11th Citizens Police Academy.  Class 2020-11 will begin on January 21, 2020, on Tuesday evening at 6:00. The classes are held every Tuesday for seven weeks at the ...

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Powderly Home Burns To the Ground

Fire destroyed a home on CR 34721 in Powderly Wednesday morning. The homeowner, Lisa Walton, was not home when the blaze broke. Several dogs at the residence perished in the blaze but one dog survived. The cause of the fire has not been determined.

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