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Last Day of Early Voting is Today

The last day of early voting is today, October 31st at the Court House Annex (old Post Office) until 6 p.m. this evening. The last eleven days of early voting is completed with the following...

10/31/2014 by eParisExtra
Downtown's Annual Trick or Treat

Downtown's Annual Trick or Treat

Children are encouraged to  dress up in  Halloween Costumes and  come “Trick or Treat” in Historical Downtown Paris on Halloween Night, Friday, October 31st. Candy will be handed out in front of all downtown retailers that are open.  This event will start at 5:30 pm and...

10/30/2014 by eParisExtra
Haunted Theater this Friday night

Haunted Theater this Friday night

Prepare to be scared.  This Friday night from 9pm to Midnight Paris Community Theatre presents the Haunted Circus of Nightmares Unleased.  Tickets are available at the door for only $5.  Come get your scare on! The haunted theater is a the annual PCT fundraiser and is sponsored by the...

10/29/2014 by eParisExtra
City Council Approves New Fire Truck

City Council Approves New Fire Truck

During Monday night’s City Council meeting, members approved a lease purchasing agreement with Liberty National Bank to purchase a new fire truck. Hopefully the  Fire Department will have the new fire truck by the summer. As part of the agreement, the City will not have to make a payment...

10/29/2014 by eParisExtra

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Justiss Elementary Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

Justiss Elementary Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

Justiss Elementary School celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with a music and dance program by the students in the Justiss bilingual classes. (pictured right) Mariachi player Alexis Arellano keeping beat to the music during Kindergarten’s performance (pictured below) Mia Orta waiting to...

10/31/2014 by eParisExtra
Online Sexual Predator Arrested in Reno

Online Sexual Predator Arrested in Reno

On Thursday October 30th, 2014 the Reno PD arrested a Jesus Sotelo Dominguez, 17, of Lamar County, on charges of Online Solicitation of a minor under 14 and Indecency with a child by Contact. According to Reno Police Chief Matt Birch, earlier this month, the Reno Police Department was made...

10/31/2014 by eParisExtra
Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips

Whether you go trick or treating downtown, in your local neighborhood or at one of numerous church-sponsored Halloween festivals, there are several tips for keeping your kiddos safe on Halloween. Tell children not to accept – and especially not to eat – anything that isn’t commercially...

10/31/2014 by eParisExtra
Over 20 Acres Close to Town

Over 20 Acres Close to Town

20.42 Acre Wooded Paradise just on the Edge of Town! Take advantage of the private setting and large serene pond that this unique acreage offers. Situated just seconds from Loop 286 and close to all city conveniences. City utilities available. Roll out the building blueprints and start...

10/31/2014 by eParisExtra
VIDEO GAME REVIEW: The Evil Within (Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PC)

VIDEO GAME REVIEW: The Evil Within (Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PC)

Just in time for Halloween, The Evil Within is a highly anticipated horror video game from the Shinji Mikami, the man who gave birth to the “survival horror” video game genre. Mikami is a celebrated game designer, responsible for critically acclaimed games like the original Resident Evil...

10/31/2014 by Alfredo Dizon
Kimberly Clark Faces $500 Million Lawsuit from Ebola Surgical Gowns

Kimberly Clark Faces $500 Million Lawsuit from Ebola Surgical Gowns

On Wednesday, the California law firm Eagan Avenatti filed a $500 million law suit in federal court against Kimberly-Clark for allegedly making false claims that their surgical gowns protect against Ebola. The law firm claims that millions of the gowns have been sold putting health care...

10/31/2014 by eParisExtra
Paris PD Arrests on 10/30/14

Paris PD Arrests on 10/30/14

The Paris Police Department arrested eight individuals yesterday. The adult arrests include: Fulbright, Misty Dawn, 26, Theft Property>=$50<$500 Gray, Billy Wayne, 36, MTR Probation Hines, Freddie Andrew, 34, POSS CS PG 1<1G; Poss Del Drug Paraphernalia; Expired Operator License; Fail...

10/31/2014 by eParisExtra
Obituaries for October 31, 2014

Obituaries for October 31, 2014

Hershel Eugene Oyler, 90, of Paris, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, October 30, 2014 at Paris Regional Medical Center. Graveside service, with Military Honors, is scheduled for 11:00 a.m., Monday, November 3rd at Evergreen Cemetery with Gary Reagan officiating. The family will...

10/31/2014 by eParisExtra
Last Day of Early Voting is Today

Last Day of Early Voting is Today

The last day of early voting is today, October 31st at the Court House Annex (old Post Office) until 6 p.m. this evening. The last eleven days of early voting is completed with the following results as of the end of voting on October 30th: Early Voting Days In-Person / Mail-In Total /...

10/31/2014 by eParisExtra
Lamar County Sheriff Inmate Bookings

Lamar County Sheriff Inmate Bookings

Ten people were booked into the Lamar County Jail between Midnight on October 30th and 3:51am on October 31, 2014. Capell, Stoney Joe, POSS CS PG 1<1G; Resist Arrest, Search or Transport Holland, Hayli Cheyanne, Poss Marijuana<2oz Dominguez, Jesus Sotelo, Indecency w/Child Sexual Contact;...

10/31/2014 by eParisExtra
Party Barn Church kicks off this Monday evening

Party Barn Church kicks off this Monday evening

Come experience a different kind of party and a different kind of church.  The First United Methodist Church is pleased to invite you to enjoy music, a meal and a message at Drake’s Party Barn on Monday, November 3rd from 6pm to 8pm featuring music by Blue Suitcase. Bill Coleman will...

10/31/2014 by eParisExtra
Four Bedroom House on 41.5 Acres

Four Bedroom House on 41.5 Acres

MUST SEE large kitchen just in time for holiday ‘s and plenty of room for company. 4 bedroom 2.5 bath with 2 utility rooms, office and 2 dining areas. all on 41.5 acres with large pine trees lining the drive and lots more. also includes a 2nd metal house with 4 car parking downstairs and...

10/30/2014 by eParisExtra
Cooler Temperatures Expected this Weekend

Cooler Temperatures Expected this Weekend

Another cold front is expected across Lamar County later this afternoon and into this evening. Friday will be a much cooler and windy day with highs in the mid-60’s with North winds 15-25. Trick or Treat weather Friday night will be clear but cool with temps in the upper 50’s and north...

10/30/2014 by eParisExtra
Voting at 100 Years Old

Voting at 100 Years Old

When Mrs. Ester Lucille Larkin, known as Mrs. Mack, voted on Wednesday during early voting, it was the 41st time she had voted in a General Election. Every 2 years for the last 82 years, Mrs. Mack has cast her ballot in a General Election. On Friday October 24th she turned 100 years old....

10/30/2014 by eParisExtra
Paris PD Arrests on 10/29/14

Paris PD Arrests on 10/29/14

The Paris Police Department arrested two people yesterday. Cole, Candi Marie, 29, Seat Belt Violation; Violate Promise To Draper, Jason Mark, 36, Fail to Display Driver’s; Expired Motor Vehicle; Fail to Appear Non Traffic ...

10/30/2014 by eParisExtra
PJC Phi Theta Kappa members attend leadership conference

PJC Phi Theta Kappa members attend leadership conference

Members of Phi Theta Kappa, the two-year college honor society at Paris Junior College, attended PTK’s 2014 Texas Leadership Conference held recently at Grayson College in Denison, Texas, bringing back valuable leadership lessons and recognition for the PJC chapter, Beta Zeta. The conference,...

10/30/2014 by eParisExtra
North Lamar Teacher among Those Honored at State

North Lamar Teacher among Those Honored at State

Since 1969, the Texas State Teacher of the Year (TOY) Program has honored excellence in classroom education and provided a forum to showcase many outstanding educators whose efforts and example have inspired their students, their colleagues and the communities they serve. Texas Teacher of the...

10/30/2014 by eParisExtra
Downtown's Annual Trick or Treat

Downtown's Annual Trick or Treat

Children are encouraged to  dress up in  Halloween Costumes and  come “Trick or Treat” in Historical Downtown Paris on Halloween Night, Friday, October 31st. Candy will be handed out in front of all downtown retailers that are open.  This event will start at 5:30 pm and...

10/30/2014 by eParisExtra
Wildlife Biologist Educates Students on Hunting Guidelines

Wildlife Biologist Educates Students on Hunting Guidelines

Referring to several sizes of deer antlers, Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Biologist Ragan White, points out which are legal and which are not when it comes to hunting deer.    White is one of the many guest speakers who speak throughout the year to David Pasternak’s Outdoor Education...

10/30/2014 by eParisExtra
Unique Metal Home on 38+ Rolling Acres

Unique Metal Home on 38+ Rolling Acres

THIS 2400 SQUARE FEET METAL HOME LOCATED ON 38+ ROLLING ACRES, WITH STOCK POND, AN ADDITIONAL 70X70 SLAB, FENCED, SECURITY ENTRANCE GATE,EXTERIOR SOLAR BLINDS, ATTACHED A/C AND HEATED SHOP WITH TWO DOORS, 30X8 STORAGE BUILDING. THE INTERIOR BOASTS LAMINATE WOOD FLOORING, CUSTOM CABINETS, AND...

10/29/2014 by eParisExtra
First Mannequin Night a Success

First Mannequin Night a Success

The first annual Mannequin Night in downtown Paris was deemed a success. Over 94 mannequins were downtown, with 25 open businesses, five open restaurants and four food trucks.  There was live music and a great turnout. ...

10/29/2014 by eParisExtra
Haunted Theater this Friday night

Haunted Theater this Friday night

Prepare to be scared.  This Friday night from 9pm to Midnight Paris Community Theatre presents the Haunted Circus of Nightmares Unleased.  Tickets are available at the door for only $5.  Come get your scare on! The haunted theater is a the annual PCT fundraiser and is sponsored by the...

10/29/2014 by eParisExtra
City Council Approves New Fire Truck

City Council Approves New Fire Truck

During Monday night’s City Council meeting, members approved a lease purchasing agreement with Liberty National Bank to purchase a new fire truck. Hopefully the  Fire Department will have the new fire truck by the summer. As part of the agreement, the City will not have to make a payment...

10/29/2014 by eParisExtra
Paris Police Arrest Man Who Tries to Choke His Wife

Paris Police Arrest Man Who Tries to Choke His Wife

Paris Police responded to a disturbance in the 3700 block of Pine Mill Rd at about 6:01 P.M. on October 28, 2014. It was reported that 21 year old Johnathan Mychel Coffman had assaulted his wife by choking her. After the assault, Coffman left the residence and went to work. T he victim left...

10/29/2014 by eParisExtra
Man Assaults Ex-Wife

Man Assaults Ex-Wife

65 year old James Lee Dillard, of Paris was arrested at about 11:53 A.M. on October 28, 2014 after it was reported that he had held a knife to his ex-wife’s throat. The victim advised that as she was leaving work, she entered her vehicle where Dillard was apparently hiding in the back seat....

10/29/2014 by eParisExtra
Paris PD Arrests 10/28

Paris PD Arrests 10/28

On October 28th, 2014, the Paris Police responded to 98 calls for service while arresting 4 persons. Coffman, Johnathon Mychel, 21, Agg Assault w/Deadly; Assault Family/House Member; Unl Carrying Weapon Cole, Candi Marie, 29, Theft Property>=$50<$500 Dillard, James Lee, 65, Agg Assault...

10/29/2014 by eParisExtra