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Paris Police Report For Wednesday (Mar 20)

Heather Nichols A traffic stop in the 10-block of SE 2nd St. resulted in the arrest of Heather Nichols for unpaid traffic fines. Nichols was a passenger in the vehicle. She was transported to the Police Department and processed without incident. James Tyler Rose Officers of the Paris Police Department ...

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Texas State Parks Go Technicolor

  Texas State Parks Go Technicolor with Wildflowers, Blooming Plants AUSTIN— Spectacular displays of blue, pink, red and yellow are blanketing the state, and Texas State Parks offer picturesque settings for family photos of this year’s parade of wildflowers away from busy roadways. Texas is home to nearly 6,000 species ...

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Tickets Available For Hopkins County Freedom Ball

The Hopkins County Veteran’s Memorial is hosting a Freedom Ball on Saturday, March 30, at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Tickets are available for purchase at 220 Connally Street in Sulphur Springs, or you can call Pam Elliott at 903-439-1065. All are welcome.

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Injured Sulphur Springs Firefighter Recovering

The Sulphur Springs Firefighter who was injured battling a duplex fire Monday on Lemon Drive is recovering from his injuries at home. He reportedly suffered first and second-degree burns to his arm and ears. He was injured when he went inside the blazing home looking for anyone who may have been ...

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Report Released On Fatal Henderson County Plane Crash

The National Transportation Safety Board has issued its preliminary report on the crash of a twin-engine plane in Harrison County that killed four people. The report indicates that the pilot, 51-year-old William Robert Kendrick, of Huffman, only had a license to fly single-engine planes. He, his wife, his daughter and ...

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Collin County Tops Allstate’s Stormiest Counties List

Spring officially begins today and will bring warmer temperatures with the threat of rain, severe thunderstorms, and tornadoes over the next couple of months. Allstate Insurance says that storms affected more Allstate insured homes in Collin County than any other part of Texas over the past ten years. Denton County ...

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Google Unveils Stadia, Its ‘Netflix For Games’ Streaming Service

Google has unveiled its potentially revolutionary new video game streaming service, Stadia. The company’s new platform, which was announced on Tuesday at the 2019 Game Developers Conference, will allow users to stream video games across their desktops, laptops, TVs, tablets, and phones without the need for expensive hardware. The company ...

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Hopkins County Woman Indicted For Social Security Fraud

SHERMAN, Texas – A federal grand jury indicted a 51-year-old Sulphur Springs, Texas, woman for federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown today. Theresa Renee Coburn was named in an indictment returned by a federal grand jury on Mar. 14, 2019, charging her ...

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Fannin County Woman Still Missing After A Month

It has been more than a month since 35-year-old  Helen “Ashley” Hamm, of Leonard, went missing. Fannin County Deputies say she’s a diabetic, and may not have her medicine. She is 5′-7″ with shoulder length blonde or light brown hair, has tattoos on her right forearm and left ring finger. ...

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PTK Induction Held On PJC Campuses

  The Beta Zeta chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Paris Junior College held spring 2019 induction ceremonies in Paris, Sulphur Springs, and Greenville on March 4, 5, and 12. The two-year college honor society inducted nearly 120 students this semester. PTK offers students opportunities to develop qualities of scholarship, ...

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Fatal Crash At Marshall

Saturday morning, March 16, at 1:34, Troopers responded to a one-vehicle fatal crash on US-59, 4.7 miles north of Marshall in Harrison County. Reportedly, the driver of a 2003 Honda Accord, Tristen Alexander Jackson, 20, of Humble was traveling southbound on US-59 when the vehicle went off the roadway to ...

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Paris Police Report For Tuesday (Mar 19)

Johnathan Kelley Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 1000-block of E. Polk St. that resulted in a warrant arrest for outstanding traffic fines. Johnathan Kelley was arrested for Expired Drivers License. He was transported to the Paris Jail without incident. Officers investigated a Criminal Trespass in the 1300-block of ...

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Two Survive Sky Diving Accident

  Two skydivers collided during a freefall over the weekend in Fannin County. Officials at Skydive Spaceland in Whitewright say one man was flown to a hospital in Plano as a precaution, but the other was not injured.  The two men involved were licensed skydivers who had already made six ...

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New Executive Director Named For SRBA

The Sulphur River Basin Authority Board of Directors has named a lone finalist for the position of Executive Director. Meg Shelton, of Hughes Springs, will be introduced to the full board at its meeting today at 1:00 pm at the Civic Center in Mt Pleasant.

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Indictment For Cheating In East Texas Fishing Tournament

  An East Texas man has been indicted by the Wood County grand jury for cheating at the McDonald’s Big Bass Classic at Lake Fork. Terry Keith Long, of Wise County, was charged with fraud in a freshwater fishing tournament. He allegedly trimmed the tail of the fish, so it ...

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One Dead In Accident At Brookshire’s Warehouse

OSHA is investigating after a worker was killed in an industrial accident at the Brookshire’s Warehouse in Tyler. No details on the accident have been released. The company said this is the first fatal accident ever at one of its warehouses.

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Free Cones At DQ Wednesday

Wednesday (Mar 20) is the first day of spring, and Dairy Queens are offering free vanilla ice cream cones, while supplies last. Dairy Queen will also be accepting donations for the Children’s Miracle Network. Over the past 30 years, Dairy Queen has collected more than $130-million for the CMN.

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Many Americans Suffer From Security Fatigue

Twenty percent of Americans suffer from security fatigue and don’t trust anyone to protect their personal data. As a result, some people feel they need to take matters into their own hands or at least work with organizations that give them a greater sense of control. Findings from the nCipher ...

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