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Paris Police investigate multiple fraud auto purchases

PARIS, Texas (KXII) - Paris Police said they are investigating two fraudulent auto purchases that happened Tuesday. Paris Police said they spoke with the victim of a vehicle theft Tuesday around 11 a.m. The victim reported they had sold a 2022 Honda Accord on the internet on July 20, 2022 and delivered the vehicle to an address in Corsicana.
PARIS, TX
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Paris daily crime report || Aug. 10, 2022

Paris Police responded to 79 calls for service and arrested 3 persons on August 8, 2022. Paris Police spoke with the victim of a theft of a vehicle at 10:48 A.M. on August 9, 2022. The victim reported that they had sold a 2022 Honda Accord on the internet on July 20, 2022, and delivered the vehicle to an address in Corsicana, Texas. Since that sale, the victim has learned that the person that bought the vehicle had used stolen identity information to make the purchase. The vehicle was valued at over $41,000. The incident is under investigation.
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Retired Oklahoma Game Warden makes shocking discovery in Hugo Lake

CHOCTAW COUNTY, Okla. (KXII) - On Monday, a retired Oklahoma Game Warden identified illegal electrofishing devices at Hugo Lake. Game Wardens Jim Gillham, of Atoka County, and Andrew Potter, of Choctaw County, said they received information and began an investigation leading to the seizure of multiple illegal electrofishing devices at Hugo Lake.
HUGO, OK
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Paris ISD Elementary Campuses Take Proactive Measures for Safety

Paris ISD Elementary campuses will be taking proactive measures to ensure the safety of all students and staff. The following changes will be made for the 2022 – — 2023 school year. Parents/guardians will be allowed to walk their children to their classrooms the first two days of...
PARIS, TX
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Paris City Council Calls City Charter Election

The Paris City Council has called for a city charter amendment election for November 8. There are 24, mostly cosmetic proposed amendments recommended by a 16-member Charter Review Commission. The election will coincide with the General Election. The council also approved a $12.3 million pension bond. This would bring firefighters under the same pension plan as other city employees.
PARIS, TX
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Paris Community Theatre Present “Marvelous Wonderettes”

Paris Community Theater is presenting a musical showcasing the 50s and 60s with music from the girl doo-wop groups. The play is The Marvelous Wonderettes and performances Aug 11 through 13th and 18th through 20th at 7:30. There will be a Sunday matinee at 2:30 pm Sunday the 14th. Performances are at the Plaza Theater Downtown Paris. Buy your tickets at pctonstage dot com.
PARIS, TX
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Tax-free weekend hits Horizon House thrift store || Half-off today

Not only will families have a chance to save big, but each purchase goes toward a good cause. Tax-free weekend has started, and families have the opportunity to save even more money by shopping at the Horizon House thrift store in Paris. “This is a great chance for families to...
PARIS, TX
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Free Haircuts For Paris Students

A Paris barber shop gives free haircuts for pre-K students through high school on August 13 from 9:00 am until 6:00 pm. The Royal Barber Shop is at 116 Bonham Street in Paris. For more information, call 903-517-4476. The Royal Barber Shop has been around since 1916 and is the oldest barber shop in Paris.
PARIS, TX
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Free haircuts for students set for Aug. 13

The Royal Barber Shop recently made the announcement on social media. A local barber shop will offer free haircuts for pre-K through high school senior students. The back-to-school event is set for Aug. 13, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Royal Barber Shop recently made the announcement on...
PARIS, TX
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Oklahoma Non-Profit Protecting Endangered Asian Elephants

HUGO, OK—During a business trip in the southeastern part of Oklahoma, Kimi Lewis of Moore was driving down a road when she glanced over and couldn’t believe her eyes. She saw an elephant. “I was on a site visit in Hugo and looked over – twice, and thought...
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Happy Birthday to Edward Roberts (July 31)! The deadline for the Calendar of Events is 12 p.m. each Tuesday. Have something for the Hugo News Calendar of Events? Email to editor@sbcglobal.net. or call 580.326.3311!
HUGO, OK
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Birthday Party Planned for Hugo's Baby Elephant, Cameron Lee

HUGO, OK—Birthday parties are usually planned for kids, and it is no different for Hugo’s biggest baby, elephant Cameron Lee, who is turning two years old in a few short days. The elephant family and staff at the Endangered Ark Foundation in Hugo invite you to come take...
HUGO, OK
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Fort Towson Historic site to host mushroom growing class

Mark your calendars for our August Second Saturday demonstration, Growing Mushrooms at Home! The Fort Towson Historic Site will host a mushroom growing class on Saturday, August 13, 2022, from 1 – 3 pm. The class will be led by Midnight Mushroom Co. owner Michael Schatte of Burleson, Texas. Participants will learn methods for safely growing, storing, and enjoying Oyster and Lion’s Mane…
FORT TOWSON, OK
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Detroit HS students build community garden || Content sponsored by Quality Care ER

Detroit High School students, along with their Agriculture teacher Tracy Denny, have successfully built a community garden. Detroit High School students, along with their Agriculture teacher Tracy Denny, have successfully built a community garden. “We just had a visit from the state coordinator with Lon Star Ag Credit, with people...
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ON SATURDAY, JUNE 18

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