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Man killed by Paris police following alleged stabbing

PARIS, Tex. (KXII) -A man is dead after police say he pointed a gun at officers after he allegedly stabbed a woman in Paris.It happened at the King's Inn off Lamar Avenue Saturday around 10:15 p.m.Witnesses say what started as a domestic disturbance turned deadly once police stepped in.It was a typi

KXII.COM - 2018-10-21 18:05:00

City of Hugo borrows $2M, agrees to Jackson Street project -

HUGO –– Hugo city officials tackled big business Tuesday during the regularly scheduled council meeting, including future plans for Jackson Street and 4th Ward.In a four to one vote, members of the council approved a $2,470,000 sales tax revenue note to complete a sewer rehab project in 4th Ward. Th


Local contractor lands factory job

Paris-based HWH Group is the design-builder for the recently announced American SpiralWeld facility in Paris.In an exclusive interview, HWH President Holland Harper shared insight about how his company won the contract for the 285,000 square-foot facility and accompanying offices to be constructed i

PARIS NEWS - 2018-10-21 11:30:00

Police retrieve 63 remains of fetuses from Detroit funeral home

The business was closed immediately, and its license suspended, according to theDetroit Free Press.

ATHENS DAILY REVIEW - 2018-10-20 18:16:04

Dallas officer in critical condition after being hit by car on Interstate 20

A Dallas police officer is in critical condition after being hit by a car on Interstate 20 Sunday morning. The officer, a two-year veteran of the department, had been laying down flares in the far right lane of westbound I-20 near Mountain Creek Parkway at about 6:36 a.m. when he was hit, police sai

DALLAS NEWS - 2018-10-21 13:41:00

Showman's Rest: The Circus Cemetery - The East Texas Weekend

Hugo, Oklahoma is a city just over 10 miles north of the Red River that separates Texas and Oklahoma. And though the city’s population sits just above 5,000, there’s one landmark that brings thousands of tourists into the city each year:Showman’s Rest.

THEEASTTEXASWEEKEND.COM - 2018-10-21 22:51:08

Judge's race || Interview with Lamar County Judge Candidate -eParisExtra.com

eParisExtra Contributor JD Marrsreached out to both candidates to request a follow-up interview which is featured in this article. Unfortunately, after several emails and phone calls, a reply from Lamar County Judge Chuck Supervillewas never received.

EPARISEXTRA.COM - 2018-10-21 00:00:00

Argyle holds off Paris in close battle

In a hard-fought clash between the two remain undefeated teams in District 7-4A, Division I, the No. 2-ranked Argyle Eagles held off the No. 5-ranked Paris Wildcats in a physical battle of heavyweight contenders by a final score of 34-26.In the first half, Paris (5-2, 3-1) had trouble generating off

PARIS NEWS - 2018-10-21 11:00:00

Breaking: 9-Year-Old Girl at Center of Legal Battle Dies

"Known by everyone as full of determination and fight, she fought until her heart gave out," he posted.


Breaking: Stabbing leads to officer-involved shooting in Paris

Photo: Lea Emerson / eExtra NewsWitnesses say Paris police shot someone after he stabbed a woman at the King’s Inn Motel on Lamar Avenue around 10 p.m.According to several witnesses, the officer approached the man accused of stabbing a woman and the man appeared to have a weapon.The stabbing victim


Man Arrested for Tamper/Fabricate Evidence - Ksst Radio

The odor of marijuana from inside the 2003 Trailblazer stopped by a Hopkins County deputy on CR 4784 led to Vincent Sheldon Jones, 30, of Commerce admitting to having a small amount of a green leafy substance on his person. That would have been a misdemeanor. However, at the jail, medical questions


Mannequin Night posing on Saturday

The freaks will take back the night Saturday as downtown Paris hosts the fifth annual Mannequin Night.Starting at 5 p.m. Saturday, volunteers will line the streets donned in Halloween costumes, and remain as still as possible for passers-by. Each year’s event features a theme, and this year’s theme


Hopkins County Grand Jury Hands Up 19 Indictments - Ksst Radio

Wayne Ray Campbell indicted for Sex Offenders Duty to Register Life/Annually. Campbell, 28, of Sulphur Springs, failed to register his social media account and had begun to ask the wrong/inappropriate questions regarding a child in conversations on the account. Campbell was seeking someone to care


Cowboys WR Terrance Williams Suspended After Arrest

Williams' suspension will be effective immediately, meaning he'll he'll be fined and miss games against the Redskins, Titans and Eagles -- and forgo more than $615,000 he would have earned playing in those games.


What would you do with $970 million? Mega Millions jackpot winner may be announced Friday

Who wants to be an almost-billionaire? The Mega Millions jackpot ballooned to a whopping $970 million Thursday, making it the second-largest jackpot in U.S. lottery history. The next drawing for the massive prize will be Friday night. Officials said no tickets matched all six numbers drawn Tuesday n


Allen to returns to Paris Oct. 26

“My daddy was a spiritual man. He worked the land and felt like the greatest praise he could give to God Almighty was to till the soil and make a living out of the ground that God blessed him with,” Allen said. “In order to do that, he had a business plan —crop rotation so the ground would be nouris


Burchfield wins Football Contest -

Phillip Burchfield (left), of Rattan, was this week’s winner of the Hugo News Football Contest after choosing 17 out of 23 games correctly. Burchfield guessed closest (378) to the OU Sooners’ total offense figure (311) to edge out David Hickson and Tara Clere. Above, Burchfield collects the $50 week


Hashmi chides group for building buy

“This I have a problem with,” Hashmi said. “If we bought a property we know has asbestos but we don’t know how much is there, removing asbestos could cost a lot more than what the property is worth.”


Door, lock repaired following food pantry break-in

Two local businesses helped repair damage at the Downtown Food Pantry following Wednesday’s break-in.Burglars reportedly smashed the front door glass at the Food Pantry before taking a safe and six boxes of macaroni and cheese, Pantry Executive Director Allan Hubbard said.“Thankfully, nothing of val


Sheriff: Deputy shot, killed suspect in triple stabbing in Quinlan late Wednesday

The initial call came in at about 8:35 p.m., according to scanner traffic. A caller told dispatch that the suspect was leaving the scene in his vehicle and gave a description, Meeks said.