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This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for North and Central Texas. Thunderstorm chances will increase tonight across much of North Texas as storms approach from the west. These storms should weaken during the overnight hours as they approach the I-35 corridor. Damaging winds would be the main threat with any storms ...Read More »
The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports. Bad Exit Plan During the night of May 14, a Fannin County game warden was alerted of a vehicle pursuit near his residence. The warden joined and lent his knowledge of the area backroads to ...Read More »
TxDOT Atlanta District For June 16-22, 2019 Bowie County SH 8 – At Sulphur River, replacing bridges. US 59 – From FM 989 to FM 2148, repairing and resurfacing highway. Cass County FM 3129 – From US 59 to SH 77, resurfacing highway. SH 11 – From Morris County Line ...Read More »
Thursday at 6:00 pm, Troopers responded to a three-vehicle fatal crash on IH-20, one mile east of Waskom in Harrison County. Reportedly, the driver of a 2007 Freightliner towing a semi-trailer, Todd Allen Weldon, 53, of Kingston OK, was traveling westbound on IH-20 when he failed to control his speed ...Read More »
Greetings from the Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber would like to thank all of our Tri-County Independence Day Blast sponsors: Pilgrim’s | Pittsburg Gazette | Star 96.9 | City of Pittsburg | Eve Pilgrim | David & Paulette Ralston | Shawn Kennington | Harold Kennington | Camp County ...Read More »
Workforce Solutions is on-site at the Delta County Library Wednesday (Jun 19).
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The Paris Horse and Rodeo Club and Lamar County Crime Stoppers Rodeo present the 60th Annual Paris Rodeo. It is Friday and Saturday (Jun 21-22) at 8:00 pm both nights. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for kids 12 and under.
The Paris Horse and Rodeo Club and Lamar County Crime Stoppers Rodeo present the 60th Annual Paris Texas Rodeo Friday and Saturday (Jun 21-22) at 8:00 pm both nights. Tickets are $10 for adults $5 for kids 12 and under.
The Landowners Educational Series is for anyone wanting to learn more about managing their land. Topics include pasture utilization, pasture management and establishment, pond management, tree/forest management, nuisance animal control, and agriculture law. All programs will be at the Franklin County Airport off of Highway 37, just north of Mount Vernon.
The Friday (Jun 28) program will begin back at 1:00 pm and will be over nuisance animal control. Greg Miller from Texas Parks and Wildlife will be the presenter. Topics include trapping and controlling nuisance animals as well as why some animals are considered to be nuisances and any other pertinent information regarding nuisance animals and how they affect the land.
The ‘Folk Mountain Gospel’ duo of Don & Donna Mohl will present the worship service for our church.
Their music blends biblical and traditional instruments such as Hammer Dulcimer, bow psaltery, zither, mountain dulcimer, mandolin and guitar with a “down home” family-oriented message of Jesus’ love and Grace. They have made many of their own instruments..
This is a free community event so come and enjoy!
Reno’s Summer Celebration & BBQ Cook-Off at Reno Kiwanis Park, 6820 Pine Mill Road, in Reno, is Saturday (Jun 29) from 12:00 pm until 7:00 pm. Join us for this fantastic Summer Festival at Reno Kiwanis Park! Contact us today to register your team for the Rear of the Steer BBQ Contest in support of Reno Fire Department! Plates will be served from Noon until 2:00 pm. There will be music, vendors, and lots of fun for the whole family! Please follow the Reno Parks and Trail Facebook page for exciting updates and details! For more information, please call Reno City Hall at (903)785-6581. www.renotexas.us
There is a benefit Bar-B-Q and Auction for Whitney Saturday (June 29) at 5:00 pm. It will be at the VFW Pittsburg 5398 on FM 21. Tickets for the BBQ plates are $15 each, courtesy of JW’s BBQ and Cypress Bank. They may be purchased from Cypress Bank or contact Lisa Taylor at 903-720-4222, Matt Bicknell 903-380=2968 or Elizabeth Sampson at 903-380-3512.
Whitney’s story – Whitney was diagnosed with breast cancer on April 17, 2019, at the age of 22. She is the mother of a two-year-old little boy. Whitney’s cancer is invasive ductal breast cancer. This benefit will help Whitney and her family co er any medical expenses and travel expenses to and from Dallas during treatments.