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Hopkins County Coronavirus Update 01.15.21

Molecular & Antigen Cumulative Cases: 2,473 Molecular & Antigen Cumulative Recoveries: 2,163 Fatalities: 83 Total Active: 227 There are 29 patients in the COVID Unit. As of 6:00 pm Thursday, January 14, 2021, a total of 8,055 COVID tests have been performed at the testing center located at 128-A Jefferson ...

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Paris City Manager Names Finalists For Police Chief Possession

Paris City Manager Grayson Path As was announced this past Tuesday, City Manager Grayson Path has narrowed the list of candidates for the City of Paris Chief of Police position to a finalists group. On Thursday, January 21, 2021, at 5:30 pm, the City will conduct a virtual interview for ...

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Greenville Murder Suspect Captured In Colorado

Lauren Brooke Bohme Back on Sep 30, shortly after midnight, Greenville Police were dispatched to an aggravated assault in the 4200-block of King Street. The male victim was hospitalized and passed away on Nov 23 from his injuries. The suspect was 18-year-old Lauren Brooke Bohme, and authorities issued a murder ...

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Paris Police Report Friday (Jan 15)

Fredricus Lee Treal Reed | Brittany Denis Patterson Detectives with the Paris Police Department executed a search warrant on a residence in the 1100-block of Grove St Thursday afternoon at 12:36. They used the search warrant to locate Fredricus Lee Treal Reed, 29. He had two outstanding felony warrants charging ...

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Jan
16
Sat
Cypress Basin Hospice
Jan 16 all-day

Cypress Basin Hospice has decided to cancel this year’s Hearts for Hospice Ball. As they tackle new challenges before them, please understand that they cannot serve at any level without your support.

Of proceeds raised from the Hospice Ball, they donate 100% to patient care, and even though they canceled this event, they did not cancel the need to raise funds to provide services for their unfunded patients.

The Hospice Ball raises enough funds to provide nearly 500 patient care days. Will you consider marching forward with their mission and donating your budgeted hospice ball funds to cypress basin hospice? Donations can be mailed in or made online at cbhospice.org.

They can ensure no patient goes without the comfort, care, and compassion cypress basin hospice has been providing for over 35 years with your help.

USDA – News
Jan 16 @ 3:33 am – 4:33 am

USDA’s Farm Service Agency is happy to announce that producers can apply, starting January 6 until March 5, for the new quality loss Adjustment program, or QLA.

The QLA program assists crop and forage producers who suffered a quality loss due to natural disasters in 2018 or 2019.

Losses must have been a result of qualifying drought, excessive moisture, flooding, hurricane, snowstorm, tornado, typhoon, volcanic activity, or wildfire.

A harvested eligible crop must have had at least 5% quality loss reflected through a quality discount, or forage crops, a nutrient loss (such as total digestible nutrients).

Please contact your local FSA office to discuss eligibility, calculate payments, and submit your application. Our FSA team can assist with forms and documentation required to apply.

Visit farmers.gov for more information on the quality loss adjustment program and many other disaster assistance programs offered by USDA.

Jan
23
Sat
USDA – News
Jan 23 @ 3:33 am – 4:33 am

USDA’s Farm Service Agency is happy to announce that producers can apply, starting January 6 until March 5, for the new quality loss Adjustment program, or QLA.

The QLA program assists crop and forage producers who suffered a quality loss due to natural disasters in 2018 or 2019.

Losses must have been a result of qualifying drought, excessive moisture, flooding, hurricane, snowstorm, tornado, typhoon, volcanic activity, or wildfire.

A harvested eligible crop must have had at least 5% quality loss reflected through a quality discount, or forage crops, a nutrient loss (such as total digestible nutrients).

Please contact your local FSA office to discuss eligibility, calculate payments, and submit your application. Our FSA team can assist with forms and documentation required to apply.

Visit farmers.gov for more information on the quality loss adjustment program and many other disaster assistance programs offered by USDA.

Jan
27
Wed
Annual Northeast Texas Cattlemen’s Conference
Jan 27 @ 8:45 am – 5:00 pm

Annual Northeast Texas Cattlemen’s Conference has gone virtual! 

We are pleased to announce that we WILL host our annual Northeast Texas Cattlemen’s Conference (Generally held in Quitman) virtually. The program will be on the ZOOM application on January 27, beginning at 8:45 am. The program will continue as previously planned, just from the comfort of your own home! One pesticide CEU will be awarded- pesticide license number required on the registration form. Please fill out the attached registration form and send that with payment (a reduced fee of $15 per participant) to the Rains County Extension Office. Details are in the attachments. 

If you have any questions at all, please feel free to respond. 

We hope to ‘see’ you at this upcoming virtual event! 

Sincerely,

Miss Kaycee Davis-CEA Agriculture

Camp County

Kaycee.davis@ag.tamu.edu

903-856-5005

115 Dr. ML King Jr. Ave, Ste D

Pittsburg, TX 75686

Jan
30
Sat
USDA – News
Jan 30 @ 3:33 am – 4:33 am

USDA’s Farm Service Agency is happy to announce that producers can apply, starting January 6 until March 5, for the new quality loss Adjustment program, or QLA.

The QLA program assists crop and forage producers who suffered a quality loss due to natural disasters in 2018 or 2019.

Losses must have been a result of qualifying drought, excessive moisture, flooding, hurricane, snowstorm, tornado, typhoon, volcanic activity, or wildfire.

A harvested eligible crop must have had at least 5% quality loss reflected through a quality discount, or forage crops, a nutrient loss (such as total digestible nutrients).

Please contact your local FSA office to discuss eligibility, calculate payments, and submit your application. Our FSA team can assist with forms and documentation required to apply.

Visit farmers.gov for more information on the quality loss adjustment program and many other disaster assistance programs offered by USDA.

Feb
6
Sat
USDA – News
Feb 6 @ 3:33 am – 4:33 am

USDA’s Farm Service Agency is happy to announce that producers can apply, starting January 6 until March 5, for the new quality loss Adjustment program, or QLA.

The QLA program assists crop and forage producers who suffered a quality loss due to natural disasters in 2018 or 2019.

Losses must have been a result of qualifying drought, excessive moisture, flooding, hurricane, snowstorm, tornado, typhoon, volcanic activity, or wildfire.

A harvested eligible crop must have had at least 5% quality loss reflected through a quality discount, or forage crops, a nutrient loss (such as total digestible nutrients).

Please contact your local FSA office to discuss eligibility, calculate payments, and submit your application. Our FSA team can assist with forms and documentation required to apply.

Visit farmers.gov for more information on the quality loss adjustment program and many other disaster assistance programs offered by USDA.

Feb
13
Sat
USDA – News
Feb 13 @ 3:33 am – 4:33 am

USDA’s Farm Service Agency is happy to announce that producers can apply, starting January 6 until March 5, for the new quality loss Adjustment program, or QLA.

The QLA program assists crop and forage producers who suffered a quality loss due to natural disasters in 2018 or 2019.

Losses must have been a result of qualifying drought, excessive moisture, flooding, hurricane, snowstorm, tornado, typhoon, volcanic activity, or wildfire.

A harvested eligible crop must have had at least 5% quality loss reflected through a quality discount, or forage crops, a nutrient loss (such as total digestible nutrients).

Please contact your local FSA office to discuss eligibility, calculate payments, and submit your application. Our FSA team can assist with forms and documentation required to apply.

Visit farmers.gov for more information on the quality loss adjustment program and many other disaster assistance programs offered by USDA.