Local Area Headlines
The DPS issued an Amber Alert for two children from Dallas Monday afternoon. Two-year-old Seven Jeter and 4-year-old Curtis Jeter were last seen at about 2:30. It’s believed that the children are with 24-year-old Curtis Everett Jeter II. He’s a suspect in a homicide investigation. They are believed to be ...Read More »
Sabrina Machelle Anderson Paris Police responded to a theft in the 3900-block of Lamar Ave that had possibly turned into a disturbance at 11:46 Sunday morning. Witnesses stated that a female was placing merchandise into her purse, but she returned the inventory before the officers arrived. During the investigation, they ...Read More »
AN ALL NEW EVENT We’re excited to launch an all-new event the weekend of Tour de Paris featuring the largest Pump Track in the country. Pump Track Paris, Texas was completed last year covering 15,000 Sq Ft with an asymmetrical full circuit loop and kids loop for beginners. The ...Read More »
TxDOT Paris District June 20-26, 2021 These schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions, equipment failure, or other unforeseen issues. Therefore, motorists are advised to remain alert, pay special attention to all signs, barricades, and traffic controls, and reduce their speed as they approach and travel through work ...Read More »
Adopt a pet today- give a dog or cat a forever home! Head over to the Paris Animal Shelter or look for the Lamar County Humane Association in front of Petco on Saturdays. And if you have a pet, have them spayed or neutered.
The season for the Paris Farmers Market is again opened Saturdays through October from 8:00 am until 1:00 pm. There’s always a whole house of vendors selling items such as fruits, vegetables, meats, eggs, coffee, loaves of bread and pastries, jams, pasta, pickles, soaps, artisan items, and so much more.
Paris Farmers & Artisan Market is a Texas Department of Agriculture Certified Farmers Market and Go Texas Member. It is in historic downtown at the Market Square 400 S.W. 1st Street. Vendors interested in selling produce or original art can visit the city of Paris website, www.paristexas.gov for more information, or call 903-784-9293.
Reno’s Summer Celebration & Hamburger Cook-off
June 26th 12pm-Dark
Reno Kiwanis Park 6800 Pine Mill Road
Live music by Mix Society, local vendors, Kona Ice, the Chocolate Kettle, the Brew Crue, Bounce Houses, Water Slides, Foam Machine, Face Painting, wrestling show by American Pride Championship Wrestling, and Fireworks, courtesy of Reno Fireworks!
They will be having a hamburger cook-off benefitting the Reno Volunteer Fire Department. Burgers are $10 while they last. Comes with chips and a drink.
Open at 12pm
Vendors, bounce houses, water slides
4-6pm: American Pride Championship Wrestling
5pm: Hamburger Contest Judging
5:30pm: Hamburger Contest Winners Announced
6pm: Burgers go on sale to the public
5-8pm: Face Painting by Siren Soul & more
6pm-9pm: Mix Society
RENO KIWANIS PARK 6800 PINE MILL ROAD
RENO KIWANIS PARK 450 ANDERSON ROAD
CANAANLAND CHURCH OF GOD 7055 LAMAR ROAD
Are you looking for something to do this summer? Join us at camp! You will have fun, make memories, and create lifelong friendships, but above all, you will make a difference in girls’ lives! You must be 18 years old. Looking for nurses, counselors, lifeguards, and unit leaders, you must be 21 years old. Positions in Palestine, Paris, & Denison. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application and more details.
The twelfth annual Honey Grove Fireworks Show is Saturday (Jun 26) at the Honey Grove Elementary School. Bring your family with your lawn chair, and picnic spreads starting at 6:30. Live music by Michael O’Neil and food vendors will be available. Then once the sun sets, it’s the biggest firework show in northeast Texas. Celebrate America’s Birthday in Honey Grove at the Elementary School. For more information, search Honey Grove Fireworks on Facebook.
Community Independence Day Parade is July 3, at 10:00 am with the same traditional route. Line up at the courthouse parking lot and exit parking lot south to Bonham, turn right on Bohnam, turn left on 3rd, turn left on Grand, go to 12th St., turn left, turn left on Lamar and go back to the courthouse. Route tweaked due to square modifications to ensure floats can make the turns.
There is no entry fee. Contact Robert Black for details (903) 905-0679.