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Executive home in Morningside Addition. There are three bedrooms, two baths, a sunroom and a formal living and dining area. The family room is large and features new scraped wood flooring leading into the game room with a wet bar. The upgraded kitchen features new granite counter tops, appliances, tile flooring, work island and nice sized breakfast room. There is new carpet in the master bedroom and middle bedroom, new ceiling fixtures throughout, updated bathrooms (granite and tile) and mature landscaping surrounding the gazebo in the backyard. For more details, click the photos or contact Karen Marsh.
This is a large home in Morningside with four bedrooms and an indoor pool/hot tub. The house totals more than 3,000 sqaure feet, 3,800 square feet with the pool addition. There is also an exercise space with it’s own shower. For more details, click on the photos or contact Carolyn Whelchel.
On Thursday, July 25, local businesses interested in participating in the 2013 Holiday in Paris Shop Local campaign should gather in the south conference room of the Love Civic Center.
The Shop Local campaign results in a downtown event and cash prize giveaway on December 17.
Meetings will take place at both 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. for businesses to sign up to participate and hear the details of this year’s campaign. RSVP to Judy at 903.784.2501 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Country living just minutes from the loop! This is a well maintained country home on 2+ acres with a pond and two decks for entertaining or just enjoying the view. The large open living area has a beamed ceiling and a fireplace, while the kitchen features a work island plus formal dining. The breakfast room looks out onto the covered deck which looks onto the pond. The spacious master bedroom is attached to a bath with dual sinks, a garden tub and separate shower. The additional two bedrooms each have private bathrooms. The shop or man-cave has a covered porch, concrete floor, electricity and lots of room for work or play. North Lamar ISD. For more information, contact Karen Marsh or click the photos for links.
A large amount of a soap substance was put into the fountain, producing massive amounts of bubbles during the thunderstorms we experienced in the early morning hours.
The bubbles only continued to produce as spot showers rolled in, blowing across the street and onto the plaza businesses with every gust of wind. The City of Paris drained the bubbles and cleaned the area, restoring the fountain’s normal appearance.