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TPWD Awards Grants To Texas Communities

TPWD CO-OP Awards More Than $820,000 in Grants to Texas Communities Community Outdoor Outreach Program (CO-OP) Provides Opportunities for Texans to Connect with Nature AUSTIN – Texas families will have an opportunity to experience the outdoors thanks to $822,444 in 20 grants awarded this year through the Texas Parks and ...

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SBA Disaster News

  SBA Disaster News Release, Deadlines Approaching in Texas for SBA Working Capital Loans Due to Adverse Weather Conditions SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Director Tanya N. Garfield of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Disaster Field Operations Center-West today reminded Texas small nonfarm businesses of the deadline dates to apply for an ...

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Four Grocery Store Workers Die Of COVID-19

Major supermarket chains are beginning to report their first coronavirus-related employee deaths. Increasing anxiety among grocery workers increases as the pandemic intensifies across the country. A Trader Joe’s worker in Scarsdale, N.Y., a greeter at a Giant store in Largo, MD, and two Walmart employees from the same Chicago-area store ...

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PJC Joining in East Texas Giving Day

On April 28, Paris Junior College will join over 143 non-profit organizations throughout north and east Texas as part of East Texas Giving Day. Again this year, a generous anonymous donor has stepped up to match up the first $5,000 raised. Pre-scheduled gifts begin on Monday, April 6. On April ...

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Administration Advisory On Grocery, Pharmacy Shopping

The Assistant Secretary of Health Brett Giroir is urging Americans to limit their trips to the grocery store as much as possible. His remarks echoed White House Coronavirus coordinator Deborah Birx, who earlier had said you should avoid unnecessary trips to pharmacies and groceries. The advisory didn’t prohibit going to ...

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COVID-19 Latest Count – Monday (Apr 6)

Monday, April 6 – 12:00 pm Where Confirmed Deceased Serious Recovered Worldwide 1,381,971 72,551 38,519 269,656 The U.S. 348,041 10,309 5,750 12,938 Texas 7,295 140 0 0 Friday, April 3 – 12:00 pm Where Confirmed Deceased Serious Recovered Worldwide 1,063,810 56,610 34,214 213,676 The U.S. 258,409 6,582 4,813 9,359 Texas ...

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Paris Police Report For Monday (Apr 6)

Brenda Kaye Allen Paris Police arrested Brenda Kaye Allen, 40, of Paris, in the 1800-block of W. Houston at 1:49 Sunday morning. A report from earlier in the evening stated that she had driven off in a vehicle from the 800-block of SE 20th without the owner’s knowledge or permission. ...

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Cybersecurity Cybersecurity And Infrastructure Security Agency

ADVISORY MEMORANDUM ON IDENTIFICATION OF ESSENTIAL CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE WORKERS DURING COVID-19 RESPONSE    FROM: Christopher C. Krebs Director   As the nation comes together to slow the spread of COVID-19, on March 16, the President issued updated Coronavirus Guidance for America that highlighted the importance of the critical infrastructure workforce.  ...

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Working At Or Staying Home? It’s Easy To Listen To US!

Amazon Alexa You can now stream us with on your Amazon smart speakers like the Echo, Echo Dot, or any Alexa enabled device. Just say: For 101.9 KBUS – “Alexa, tune in to K-B-U-S-F-M” For KOYN 93.9 – “Alexa, tune in to K-O-Y-N-F-M” For MIX 107.7 – “Alexa, tune in ...

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New ‘Tiger King’ Episode Is Reportedly Coming To Netflix

Netflix’s hit docuseries “Tiger King” is getting another episode, according to zoo owner Jeff Lowe from the show. Jeff discussed details about the special event in a video shared on Twitter by Justin Turner of the Los Angeles Dodgers. “Netflix is adding one more episode,” Jeff says in the video. ...

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Louisiana Coronavirus By The Numbers For Sunday April 5

The Louisiana Department of Health now reports that there are at least 13,010 confirmed cases of COVID 19 in the state. At last count, there were at least 477 deaths reported. Cases Reported* 13,010 Deaths Reported 477 Reported COVID-19 Patients in Hospitals 1,803 *561 of those on ventilators Tests Completed ...

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More U.T. Spring Breakers Test Positive For COVID-19

More students from the University of Texas who chartered a plane to Cabo San Lucas have fallen ill. At least 44 of the 70 students tested positive for coronavirus. That’s up significantly from the 28 students that officials reported sick last this week.

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U.S. DOJ Helping Public Safety Agencies

The U.S. Department of Justice is making $850 million available to help public safety agencies respond to the challenges posed by the outbreak of COVID-19. The Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding program will allow state and local governments to apply immediately for these funds. Agencies may use the money to hire ...

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Texas City Mandates People Wear Masks Or Face $1,000 Fines

Photo by the Associated Press Everyone in Laredo, Texas over the age of five years old must now wear a mask when out in public. The City says residents can use coverings such as homemade masks, scarfs, bandanas or handkerchiefs. Violators face a fine of up to $1000.

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Coronavirus In Texas April 5

Texas reported 702 more cases of the new coronavirus Sunday, an increase of more than 11% over the previous day, bringing the total number of known cases to 6,812. More than half of the state’s 254 counties have reported at least one positive case. The state has reported 22 additional ...

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Hobby Lobby Closing

Hobby Lobby in Paris and Greenville announced that it would close their stores, along with Hobby Lobby stores across the country, because of the COVID-19 crisis. The stores had previously claimed they were essential businesses.

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Available Hospital Beds Double In Texas

Gov. Greg Abbott says Texas has doubled the number of hospital beds in the past two weeks. Hospital officials say, however, there is not enough protective gear available for doctors and nurses, and state officials acknowledged they hadn’t received all the supplies they have requested from the federal government.

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