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City will conduct clean up in Paris next week

Updated: Apr 17, 2014 6:53am

The city of Paris will conduct its annual spring clean up beginning Monday, April 21 through Thursday, April 24.

Items for collection should be placed on the curb on the day residents...

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<p>Totally destroyed: This home on Schwartz Lane west of Paris was totally destroyed by a fire which took place on Saturday afternoon.</p>

Fire destroys home near Paris

Feb 18, 2014 7:53am

A home on Schwartz Lane near Paris was destroyed by fire Saturday, according to Pairs Volunteer Fire Department Chief John Wells.

The property owners weren’t home at the time, Wells said....

County man killed in farm accident

Feb 13, 2014 5:49am

A Logan County man was killed Monday after he fell into an industrial mixer at a farm west of Booneville.

Cresencio Alfaro, 55, was working on a large industrial grain mixer at a farm on...

Holiday closures anounced

Feb 12, 2014 12:40pm

Monday, Feb. 17 is Presidents Day. All federal, state, county and city offices will be closed for the holiday.

Because of the closure of city offices, trash collection routes in Paris will...

<p>Bended boughs: Snow bends the boughs of trees on the side of the road at Mount Magazine State Park. Bitterly cold winter weather impacted the area again last week. However, we are supposed to see a warming trend take hold beginning today and lasting through the weekend. Highs later this week are expected to be in the 60s with lows in the 30s and 40s.</p>

Winter weather continues but a break is coming

Feb 12, 2014 3:05am

The bitter winter of 2013-14 continued unabated last week as successive fronts brought ice and snow to Logan County and, once again, forced schools to close for at least one day. Temperatures...

<p>Talking about Columbine: Evan Todd, a survivor of the Columbine High School shooting massacre in 1999, speaks to Paris Middle School students about the incident and how it impacted his life last week. Later, he spoke to Paris High School students.</p>

Columbine survivor speaks to students

Feb 12, 2014 3:05am

Evan Todd, a survivor of the 1999 Columbine High School shooting massacre, spoke to Paris High School and Middle School students last Friday about character, bullying and the day he should have...

<p>Talking rates: Drake Rice (right), of the Oklahoma Municipal Power Association, speaks to members of the public at last week’s public hearing which was held after the monthly City Council meeting. The meeting was held so members of the public could discuss utility bills with city officials and be able to ask them and Rice questions.</p>

Levelized bill gets boost at meeting

Feb 12, 2014 3:05am

Offering electricity customers in Paris a levelized billing option got a big boost at a public meeting held after the Paris City Council met on Monday, Feb. 3, according to Mayor Daniel Rogers....

<p>House fire: Magazine Fire Department firemen battle a house fire Friday morning. According to emergency personnel, one resident of the home received minor injuries as a result of the fire.</p>

Fire destroys Magazine home

Feb 12, 2014 3:05am

A toddler received minor injuries in a house fire in Magazine Friday morning.

“The little girl had minor burns on the side of her face,” Magazine Police Chief Boyd Hicks said. “She was...

Magazine student home after heart transplant

Feb 05, 2014 3:06am

Look around James Rogers’ bedroom you see any number of things you would expect to see in the average 14-year old boy’s room including, Duck Dynasty memorabilia, posters for sports cars, a video...

Home, barn burn

Feb 05, 2014 3:06am

A home in Scranton and a barn on Mixon Road in the county were destroyed by fire in late January, according to officials.

The barn burned in a fire reported on Jan. 25, according to Dustin...

There’s sticker shock over eletric bills

Feb 05, 2014 3:06am

The area is experiencing the coldest winter in more than a decade. Higher utility bills are to be expected.

Despite that, many residents and business owners are complaining and asking...

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