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This Saturday night Country Western recording artist and songwriter Leslie Satcher returns home as the keynote speaker and entertainment for the annual “I Love Paris” event to help raise scholarship money for Paris graduating Seniors.
Satcher, a 1980 PHS graduate, had made her mark in Nashville writing songs for Willie Nelson, Lee Ann Womack, Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Merle Haggard and many more.
Her own debut album “Love Letters” featured the complimenting voices of Alison Krauss & Emmylou Harris.
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See Leslie this Saturday night, 6pm at “I Love Paris” inside the new High School. Tickets are $35 and can be purchase by emailing email@example.com
Luke Fowler, a Crockett Intermediate School 5th grader, competed earlier this month at the East Texas Regional Science Fair. There were 72 competitors in the junior division of physical science in grades 5-8 from other public, private, parochial and charter schools.
Fowler placed 8th and was awarded an invitation to participate in the Texas State Science and Engineering Fair in San Antonio this Saturday, April 2nd.
Cruise Night is where the cars are here in Paris. And when the weather warms up, the cars come out and so do the people. The first Friday of every month from April til November, drivers bring their custom cars, hot rods, and old time cars to the Downtown Plaza Square for a night of fun. Come out with your friends and family if you want to see the best vehicles around.
The event started almost three years ago, when Bobby Slagel and the late Bobby Floyd, two passionate car enthusiasts organized Cruise Night. “We’re going on three years now in July,” Slagel commented. “If you got a car, bring them out and spectators are always welcome.”
The sight of the cars, the feel of the scene, and the roar of the engines are a must for fans of all ages, and 50’s rock is played along with the classic cars. Take your old joy-ride out of the garage, and let it get some fresh air. Or, if you don’t have one, come out and visit with the great folks willing to show theirs off.
Front row: Sam Arnold, Carly Peters, Marissa Hammons, Katilyn Jones,
Middle row: Taylor Sharrock, Brady Pierce-mascot Ciara Halloran
Back row: Maddie Ivers, Hannah Drake, Sydney Winkler
Junior Varsity Squad
Front row: Logan Frazier, Chelsee Oliver, Jullian Dickey and Carter Brumly
Back row: Kimmy Cox, Hannah Sartor, Lexi Jameson,
Savannah Blake (mascot), Morgan Earnest and Alaine Mobley
Not pictured: Kelsey Preston
The Lady Dragons are on a roll all season long and looks like they are keeping it going in confrence play as they have started the season 4 and 0. The teams that most recently fell to PJC’s softball program include Texarkana and Bossier Parish CC. The Lady Dragons went on to Texarkana’s home field March 23, winning both games 6 to 5 and the second 7 to 2.
On March 26 the Lady Dragons hosted Bossier Parish taking the double header with scores of 6 to 2 and the second game 2 to 1.
The very next day the team was off to Oklahoma for the Seminole St. Invitational tournament. The Lady Dragons bested Eastern Oklahoma 17 to 7 before falling to Northeastern Oklahoma 7 to 4. The team has an overall record of 30-7 and is in consideration for a national ranking. They share a conference with nationally ranked Blinn and Navarro Colleges.
Up next the Lady Dragons travel to Mt. Pleasant for a conference match up against NETCC. Game times are set for 4 pm and 6 pm.