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Upcoming AgriLife Events For Camp, Titus and Franklin Counties

    Upcoming AgriLife Events                                                                                                        01.30.2020   Texas A&M AgriLife in Camp County has been busy over the winter holidays prepping and planning programming for 2020 as well as reflecting and documenting on the past programs of 2019. I urge you to reach out to me and ask ...

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Paris Police Report For Friday (Jan 24)

Terrance Joseph Brown Terrance Joseph Brown, 18, of Reno, turned himself in at the Police Department on a warrant charging him with an aggravated robbery at 1:43 pm on Thursday (Jan 23). The order stemmed from an investigation where Brown broke into a house in the 3000-block of E. Houston ...

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East Texas Man Sentenced For Distributing Anabolic Steroids

A 31-year-old Hallsville man has been sentenced to federal prison for drug trafficking violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced, Texas -U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown Friday. Mark McLean Farmer pleaded guilty on Aug. 16, 2019, to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of anabolic steroids ...

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Greenville Police Arrest Jugging Suspects

Greenville Police Department Greenville Police responded to the report of a suspicious vehicle in the Bank of America parking lot, located at 5903 Wesley Street. After leaving the parking lot, the suspicious vehicle was seen following a customer who had just left the bank. Officers were able to locate the ...

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OK Governor Stitt Wants Casino Gambling In Oklahoma Made Illegal

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt is asking a federal judge to order tribal casinos across the state to stop offering most electronic and table games. Those games include roulette, craps, and some slot machines. Four to 10% of what the tribes make in revenue goes to the state in exclusivity fees. ...

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Report Into Fatal Bunker Explosion In Talco Released

KLTV-Tyler is reporting that the State Fire Marshal and multiple other agencies have released the report into the October explosion in Red River County that killed three people in an underground bunker near Talco. Investigators were unable to determine a cause or origin of the blast. The victims, Michael Bower, ...

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HS Basketball Plus Mavs Win As Luka Announced As An All-Star

Tonight Paris High welcomes Pleasant Grove to Wildcat gym for both girls and boys games. Those games will be broadcast on Mix 107.7 with the girls’ game starting at approximately 6:00 pm. In other district action North Lamar welcomes Pittsburg to town. The girls start at 6:00 pm with the ...

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North Texas Band Director Sentenced For Child Porn Violations

James Earl Cude Dallas County Jail A Mesquite music teacher was sentenced Thursday to 14 years in federal prison for child exploitation. Reportedly, 55-year-old James Earle Cude had pleaded guilty in August to receipt of child pornography. Cude served as a band director at North Mesquite High School. Cude was ...

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Bowie County Man Jailed In Titus County

Paul Douglas Baird Titus County Jail A 31-year-old Texarkana man met with an undercover Titus County Deputy in the 1200-block of Lakewood Drive in Mt Pleasant and delivered methamphetamine to a deputy. Paul Douglas Baird, II, was arrested and booked into the Titus County Jail for Delivery of a Controlled ...

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Another Candidate Files For Sulphur Springs Council

Ricardo Chavarria is the latest candidate to sign up to run for the Sulphur Springs City Council. He filed for Place five. Other candidates who have filed so far include John Sellers, Doug Moore, Harold Nash, and Oscar Aguilar. Candidate filing for May 2 Municipal Election runs through February 14.

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Hopkins County Hospital Foundation Gala

The Hopkins County Healthcare Foundation is holding this year’s Lights of Life Gala tomorrow night (Saturday) at Hopkins County Regional Civic Center. The Gala chairs this year are Dr. David and Pam Black. This year’s campaign goal is $500,000, which will be used to purchase state of the art equipment ...

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East Texas Man Jailed In Shreveport Bomb Threat

A Wood County man is jailed in Louisiana after a bomb threat reportedly made at a Walmart. Shreveport Police were summoned after the store received a call that there was a bomb in the building. Police searched the building but no explosives were found. Reportedly, 27-year old Dustin Spence, of ...

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Woman Changes Plea, Gets 99 Years In Prison

A 39-year-old Smith County woman who was scheduled to go on trial in Upshur County on felony drug charges changed her plea. Felisha Diane Williams pleaded guilty to Manufacturing or Delivering more than four but less than 200 grams of methamphetamine. She opted to have a jury decide her sentence ...

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Whitehouse ISD Football Equipment Manager Indicted

William Henry Aldridge A former Whitehouse ISD employee and equipment manager of the football team has been arrested for molesting a football player and a fourth grader in 2010 and 2011. Reportedly, 28-year-old William Aldridge was accused by a former player of touching him inappropriately on at least two occasions. ...

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East Texas Hunter’s Body Found In River

Game Wardens discovered a man’s body in the Neches River in Cherokee County Thursday. He was identified as Danny Wayne Carter, of Wells, who had been missing since January 12. His death appears to be a drowning, but an autopsy has been ordered. Investigators say Carter had been hog hunting, ...

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Suspect Wanted In Harrison County Crime Spree

Harrison County authorities are seeking the person suspected to be involved in multiple burglaries and one home invasion robbery. The subject displayed a handgun during the home invasion. He is suspected to be driving a four-door silver 2013-2015 Chevrolet Cruze.

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Fatal Paris PD Officer Involved Shooting

Paris Police Chief Bob Hundley Release by Paris PD Chief Bob Hundley A patrol officer with the Paris Police Department initiated a traffic stop in the 200-block of E. Sherman Street at 11:41 pm, January 23, 2020. At first the driver of the vehicle refused to exit the vehicle and ...

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The 2020 Census

Fiscal Notes: The 2020 Census – Why It’s Important (AUSTIN) — In the latest edition of Fiscal Notes, the Comptroller’s office looks at the impact of the census on the many federal programs that use its data to determine the distribution of federal dollars to states, local governments, and citizens. “For many ...

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East Texas Landscaper Guilty of  Failing to Pay Payroll Taxe

  A 46-year-old Whitehouse business owner has pleaded guilty to federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown today. Miles Brosang pleaded guilty to one criminal count of willful failure to collect or pay over tax before U.S. Magistrate Judge K. Nicole Mitchell on ...

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Paris Police Report For Thursday (Jan 23)

Austin Douglas Whitworth Paris Police arrested Austin Douglas Whitworth, 20, of Paris, in the 600-block of SE 22nd Wednesday morning at 10:18. Whitworth had three outstanding warrants charging him with burglary of a habitation, possession of marijuana, and motion to revoke probation on a robbery conviction. Officers later placed Whitworth ...

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