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Final RRV stat leaders Week 14
Here are the final Red River Valley Leaders through Week 14. RRV Leaders will run each week. Stats are compiled from coaches’ reports and writers covering games. Submit stats to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three Arrested For Debit-Credit Card Abuse
Two females and one male, who gave their address as Mexico, were arrested at Red River Credit Union after Sulphur Springs Police responded to a call regarding suspicious activity. Police found multiple gift cards from which the individuals were taking money and a large sum of cash along with receipt
New chief sworn into office
Clarksville, Texas - The City of Clarksville officially has a new police chief. Jarrett Ehlinger was sworn into office Monday morning at Clarksville City Hall. He spent more than twenty-six years with Dallas Police. Ehlinger said he recently retired. That's when he and his wife moved to Clarksville.
BREAKING: First responders on scene after industrial accident at Kimberly-Clark
The Paris Police Department and first responders were called to Kimberly-Clark shortly after 1:45 p.m. today in regards to an industrial accident. According to Chief of Police Bob Hundley, one person was transported to the emergency room and no other information is available at this time.
Paris terminates hospital tax deal
A plea by Paris Regional Medical Center’s CEO on Monday fell mostly on deaf ears as Paris City Council terminated a $27.2 million property tax abatement agreement. Speaking in public forum, Steve Hyde asked the city to sit down with him “to address concerns and come to a place where we can amend the
Paris Junior College and The Results Company invite community to save lives at upcoming blood drive
Less than four percent of eligible blood donors, are giving blood. Yet, many of the blood donors with Carter BloodCare make their next appointment before leaving their current donation. During a time of year when blood donation can take a ‘back seat’ to other holiday festivities, volunteer blood don
Free Job Training Opportunity for Laid Off Red River Army Depot Workers
Were you or someone you know laid off from Red River Army Depot or one of its contractors within the last year? Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas has partnered with Texarkana College to provide assistance and training to get you back to employment.
France shooting: 2 dead, several wounded in Strasbourg
PARIS (AP) — A shooting in the French city of Strasbourg killed two people and wounded up to eight others, officials said, sparking a major security operation around a world-famous Christmas market on Tuesday. Several of the wounded are in critical condition and authorities said the shooter remains
Childress to host Red River Crops Conference Jan. 23-24
Childress, Texas -- The sixth annual Red River Crops Conference: Planning for Success, offering crop production information designed for Southwest Oklahoma and the Texas Rolling Plains, is set for Jan. 23-24 in the Childress Event Center, 1100 NW 7th St. in Childress.
The Latest: French minister says Strasbourg gunman killed 3
PARIS (AP) — The latest on the fatal shooting at a Christmas market in Strasbourg (all times local):. France's interior minister says a gunman "sowed terror" in three parts of the eastern city of Strasbourg with a shooting spree that killed three people and left six others with serious injuries.
Paris PD loses lieutenant, gains officer
The Paris Police Department will have an additional patrol officer on the streets as a result of action taken Monday night by Paris City Council. Police officers also will reach top pay quicker, an attempt at “keeping the officers we have,” said Paris Police Chief Hundley.
The Latest: Long effort to save Strasbourg victim recounted
PARIS (AP) — The Latest on the fatal shooting at a Christmas market in Strasbourg (all times local):. A witness in France has told the BBC that one of the people shot and killed in the city of Strasbourg was a Thai tourist who suffered a head wound and didn't respond to efforts to revive him.
Clarksville hoops team rebounds to make consolation championship
NEW BOSTON — After falling in the first two games of the young season to North Lamar and Texarkana Arkansas High, No. 8-ranked Clarksville roared back to capture their first win of the season, defeating the Hope Arkansas Bobcats on Friday evening, 48-41 in consolation-round action in the Gunslinger
Game Day: Wildcats Take on #1 6-A Denton Guyer; Lady Cats Host Idabel, Oklahoma
Game Day: Wildcats Take on #1 6-A Denton Guyer; Lady Cats Host Idabel, Oklahoma. The Wildcats’ basketball team will take on the #1 ranked team in Class 6A, Denton Guyer, on the road Tuesday night (December 11) at 7:30 p.m. The Wildcats come in with a 10-4 season record. There will be a freshmen game
Paris Police officer involved in shooting back on active duty
The Paris police officer involved in a shooting Oct. 20 that left one man dead has returned to duty while the Texas Rangers continue to investigate the incident, officials said.
NH, SB tournaments decided
BIRTHRIGHT — The host school North Hopkins took the boys title at the Freeman Parrish Tournament. The Panthers got 31 points from Caleb Wyatt as he guided North Hopkins to a win over Prairiland, 52-39 in the championship game.
Craddock: ‘Old Master’ brought education to area
Education was mighty hard to come by in long-ago Northeast Texas. That’s why as early as 1838 the Republic of Texas approved legislation mandating that counties set aside land for schools. However, there were no local school taxes available to build the needed schoolhouses.
The Latest: Macron takes responsibility for citizens' anger
PARIS (AP) — The Latest on anti-government protests in France (all times local):. President Emmanuel Macron has acknowledged he's partially responsible for the anger that has fueled weeks of protests in France, an unusual admission for the leader elected last year.
Paris Police accepting applications for 9-1-1 dispatcher
The Paris Police Department is on the search for an individual that is interested in saving lives, being the first responder on every 9-1-1 call and helping to save lives every time they begin their shift.
Local classes offered on diabetes
Local health care providers want to pass along some information on diabetes and how to live with it. A class has been planned for 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at First Christian Church, 780 20th St. NE in Paris.