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Mayor’s race is rematch plus one

Oct 29, 2014 3:06am

The 2014 race for Mayor of Paris, with one exception, could be called a case of deja vu. The incumbent Daniel Rogers is seeking a second, four-year term in office. He is being challenged by the...

<p>Touring Cloyes Gear: Randy Blaschke, manager of the Cloyes Gear and Products, Inc. plant in Subiaco led gubenatorial candidate Mike Ross on a tour of the facility last week.</p>

Ross visits county and tours plant

Updated: Oct 29, 2014 5:38am

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Drunk driving enforcement effort continue through Labor Day

Aug 27, 2014 3:05am

Law enforcement agencies in Arkansas have recently intensified efforts to get dangerous drivers off the roads as part of the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.

The campaign began on...

Residents await test results to see if boil order can be lifted

Aug 20, 2014 8:32am

Residents of 15 homes on Pine Street in Paris are awaiting test results to see if a boil order affecting them can be lifted.

The homes, located on Pine Street between Fifth and 10th streets...

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Three arrested in shooting investigation

Aug 20, 2014 5:29am

Two of the three men sought in connection with a Saturday night shooting in Booneville have been arrested, according to a Booneville Police Department press release today..

At approximately...

Filing period ends; City races are set

Aug 20, 2014 3:05am

The filing period for municipal offices closed last Friday at noon. The municipal election takes place in November.

Paris Mayor Daniel Rogers got two opponents last week when former Mayor...

Arkansas educators launch ‘B.U.S.’ campaign for school bus safety

Aug 20, 2014 3:05am

The Arkansas Department of Education has started its annual school bus safety awareness campaign and it continues through Friday, Aug. 29.

The “B.U.S. (Be aware. U stay alert. So kids don’t...

Police investigate Saturday shooting

Aug 20, 2014 3:05am

The Booneville Police Department was still conducting an investigation Monday morning of a shooting at a South Sharpe Street residence Saturday night and may be seeking arrest warrants for three...

<p>Patty cooking pastor: The Rev. Mike Smith, pastor of First United Methodist Church in Paris, cooks hamburger patties on a grill during a church cookout held over the weekend. Approximately 40 attended the event, which took place last Saturday at the home of John and Donna Flannagan.</p>

It’s a cookout

Aug 20, 2014 3:05am

Patty cooking pastor: The Rev. Mike Smith, pastor of First United Methodist Church in Paris, cooks hamburger patties on a grill during a church cookout held over the weekend. Approximately 40...

ADC maintains presence while hunting escapee

Aug 20, 2014 3:05am

It has been two months since convicted murderer Tim “Bo” Buffington escaped from prison in Pine Bluff and although the search has been scaled back, the Arkansas Department of Correction has...

<p><strong>They are back in school:</strong> Youngsters congregate in a hallway at Paris Middle School Monday. Monday was the first day back in school for kids.</p>

Good start to new school year

Aug 19, 2014 5:56am

A new school year began Monday and school officials in north Logan County said everything went smoothly.

Of course, enrollment is always the big news of the first day of school and it was a...

<p><strong>Catching some fish:</strong> Phillip Gattis, 13 and Todd Gattis, eight, sons of Marshal and Ashley Gattis, fish on a pond from a paddleboat last Saturday during a cookout at the home of John and Donna Flannagan of Paris. For many, last weekend was likely the last chance at geting in some summer fun before school starts. School started Monday.</p>

Last of the summer fun

Updated: Aug 19, 2014 5:49am

Catching some fish: Phillip Gattis, 13 and Todd Gattis, eight, sons of Marshal and Ashley Gattis, fish on a pond from a paddleboat last Saturday during a cookout at the home of John and Donna...

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