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Federal Judge in Houston Blocks Biden Moratorium on Deportations

  A temporary deportation freeze was one of several immigration measures announced by the White House during President Biden’s first week in office. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued…saying the state would suffer harm if those immigrants were allowed to remain in the country. The Texas lawsuit claimed the moratorium ...

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Red River, Lamar, Fannin To Receive Vaccine Allocations

The Texas Department of State Health Services reports that 1,675 doses of COVID Vaccine is coming to Red River Valley counties. Red River County will receive 100 doses for  DSHS Clarksville, 100 for Paris Regional Medical Center Healthcare Group in Clarksville and 100 going to Red River Urgent Care.  This ...

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DL Renewal Waiver Expires Soon

If you’re putting off renewing your driver’s license because of the expiration date waiver, now is the time to make an appointment at the DMV. The DPS reminds Texans that the waiver, which applies only to driver’s licenses that expired on or after March 13, 2020, will end on April ...

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Groundwater Meeting

Groundwater Management Area 11 Joint Planning Meeting The meeting is for Citizens in Groundwater Management Area 11 interested in planning for their groundwater resources. It will be Tuesday, February 9, at 10:00 am and available via web conference: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6361007009?pwd=MGhraFUyaWlIenRIc1d3eEh6cnZnQT09  Meeting ID: 980 0527 8420 Passcode: 425426 Participants can also join ...

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Hopkins County Coronavirus Update 01.26.21

  Molecular & Antigen Cumulative Cases: 2578 Molecular & Antigen Cumulative Recoveries: 2228 Fatalities: 89* *DSHS Fatalities – 91 Total Active: 261 21 patients in the COVID Unit As of 6pm Monday, January 25, 2021, a total of 8,655 COVID tests have been performed at the testing center located at ...

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Cumby Community Meeting

  Topic: Special Board Meeting/Community Meeting – Saturday (Jan 30) Time: Jan 30, 2021, 8:30 am The meeting will be at the Cumby Elementary cafeteria, or the public may watch via Zoom. The Zoom meeting ID is below. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86472256716  

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Buff City Soap Expanding to East Texas

Handmade soap experiential retailer opening newest location in Sulphur Springs Sulphur Springs, Texas – Buff City Soap<https://www.buffcitysoap.com/> is gearing up to open its first east Texas location. The new location is slated to open on February 6 and will be located at 217 Main Street. The brand is known for ...

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Sulphur Springs ISD Board Briefs

A special meeting of the Sulphur Springs ISD school board was Monday, January 25, 2021. PUBLIC FORUM No one requested to address the board. Superintendent Lamb gave an updated report on face-to-face and virtual enrollment. Lamb recognized board members for “Board Appreciation Month.” Each campus sent gifts of thanks to ...

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Paris Police Report Tuesday (Jan 26)

Deirk John Clark | Robert Dale Spradlin | Jillian Michelle Ingram Paris Police responded to a welfare concern at a residence in the 600-block of SE 9th St at 11:37 Monday morning. Officers were allowed into the home and heard someone crawling out a bathroom attempting to flee. Officers gave ...

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Sharing Road With 18-Wheelers

SHARING THE ROAD WITH 18-WHEELERS AND OTHER TRUCKS “Be Safe. Drive Smart.” campaign offers practical safety tips to motorists. AUSTIN – TxDOT is reminding all drivers to take extra precautions when driving around trucks. Thousands of large trucks and tractor-trailers travel busy Texas highways every day. Weighing 20 times more than ...

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Texas Senate Special Committee On Redistricting Meets

Based on census numbers, lawmakers will redraw districts for the U.S. Congress, the state Senate and House, and other offices. Texas stands to gain congressional seats because of population growth, but this redistricting round is a little different. They delayed Census numbers due to COVID-19, so lawmakers have started discussions ...

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Texas COVID Hospitalizations Drop Slightly

The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Texas continues to fall from record highs as the state nears the end of what has been its deadliest month of the pandemic. On Monday, state health officials reported fewer than 13,000 people were being treated for the virus in Texas hospitals, marking ...

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Capitol Intruder From Richardson Held Without Bond

Garrett Miller Dallas County Sheriff Authorities are holding Garrett Miller, 34, of Richardson, without bod. They are accusing Miller of participating in this month’s breach of the U.S. Capitol. The FBI says Miller breached the Capitol on Jan 6 and directed others to assassinate Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez. Following a ...

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Hopkins County Commissioners Court

Hopkins County Commissioners Court punished the Brinker Volunteer Fire Department Monday for self-dispatching to an emergency call rather than going through dispatch. The reason for the action was that if there were injuries or property damage on a self-dispatched, the county insurance would not pay. The county will withhold $400 ...

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Wood County Man Arrested For Arson

A Wood County man surrendered to Smith County authorities to allegations that he started a fire near his aunt’s house. The blaze spread to her home and destroyed it. Officials charged 34-year-old Stephen James Nelson, Mineola, with a state-jail felony arson with a $25,000 bond.

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