Taste Commerce: The 4 Pizzas That Are Redefining Delicious
In this article, we explore four commercially available pizzas. Have you had the chance to taste any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
DPS Troopers Apprehend Money Laundering Suspect in Hopkins County
On Friday morning, February 23rd, shortly after 8 A.M., DPS Trooper Johnson and Trooper Rodriguez were on traffic enforcement duty on IH 30 westbound at MM 132 when they spotted a black Nissan Pathfinder parked on the shoulder. Concerned for the driver's safety, they approached the vehicle. The driver, identified...
Paris Police Report For Friday, Febryary 23
Thursday, officers arrested Roberto Rubio Barahona, 40, after responding to a disturbance call in the 3700 block of N. Main St. They located Bahahona and the victim in a vehicle in the median of the roadway. The victim, a relative of Barahona, advised they had been assaulted several times by Barahona at different locations that evening and, at one point, had been choked while in the vehicle with Barahona. There was physical evidence to confirm the information. Barahona refused to cooperate with the investigation and was placed under arrest for the Assault of a Family member by Impeding Breath. Officers requested an emergency protective order for the victim.
Paris Police Report For Thursday, February 22
On Wednesday, the Criminal Investigations Division of the Paris Police Department arrested Cheri Elaine Maxfield, 50, after investigating a theft case reported in the 500 block of N. Main. Maxfield was accused of embezzlement from a workplace over the past several years. At the current time, the amount of theft is more than $150,000. The investigation will continue.
Trojans get shut out against Cooper, 14-0
Trojans get shut out against Cooper, 14-0 Image Trojans get shut out against Cooper, 14-0 Dj Spencer Sports Editor Sat, 02/24/2024 - 16:51 Subhead Baseball...
Como Man Arrested on Methamphetamine Charges After Traffic Stop and Search By K9 Deputy
On Thursday, February 22nd, a routine traffic stop conducted by Sgt. Steward from the Hopkins County Sheriff's Office led to the arrest of Michael Darby, 60, of Como, Texas. The stop was initiated due to a Nissan sedan's missing rear lights. Despite the patrol vehicle's emergency lights being activated, Darby continued driving for approximately a quarter-mile before stopping at his residence.
Hopkins County Records – February 2024
Daily Instrument Register For 2/12/24 Thru 2/14/24. Coy Johnson to Justin Foster; Tract in the Lot 32 Peerless Addition Survey. Coy Johnson to Marianna Mata, Mario Mata, and Mario Alexander Mata; Tract in the Lot 19 Peerless Addition Survey. Coy Johnson to J Teofilo Mata Lopez and Erika Tapia Sanchez;...
Paris Feb 22 Weekly Crime Report: 22 Incidents and 13 Crime Stories
Paris Feb 22 Weekly Crime Report: 22 Incidents and 13 Crime Stories. During the last week, Paris reported a total of 22 crime cases. The majority of these cases were thefts, accounting for 7 incidents. This was followed by disturbances and other types of crimes, both of which had 4 reported cases. Assaults and arrests were equally prevalent, with 3 cases each, while vandalism was the least reported crime with only 1 case. It is concerning to see such a high number of thefts, indicating a potential rise in property crimes in the place. The data also shows a range of other offenses including disturbances and assaults, suggesting a need for increased vigilance and law enforcement presence. On a more positive note, the relatively low number of vandalism cases could suggest that initiatives to protect public and private property are having some success. The data underscores the importance of ongoing efforts to maintain safety and order in the place.
Hopkins County officials prepare for approaching total solar eclipse
SULPHUR SPRINGS, Texas (KETK) – The Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce, The city of Sulphur Springs and local first responders have spent approximately 18 months gearing up for the April 8 total solar eclipse. The Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce is excited to showcase the beauty and hospitality of Sulphur Springs for the total solar […]
Parisian Mexican Cuisine: 5 Must-Visit Restaurants
In this article, we explore five top-notch Mexican restaurants situated in the heart of Paris. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these exquisite locales? If yes, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
Paris Police Arrest Intoxicated Man Found Urinating in Public
On Tuesday, February 20, 2024, Paris Police officers responded to a situation in the 3700 block of Lamar where they found John Wesley Phillips, 43, urinating in public and behaving aggressively. Upon approaching him, officers realized that Phillips was severely intoxicated. Phillips claimed to be homeless and stated that he...
Letter to the Editor
This is an open letter to both Jill Dutton and Brent Money: Knock it off! You two have been a disgrace to both the Republican Party and the citizens of Hopkins County. I specifically voted for “None” in the runoff election; and, if the November election was tomorrow, I’d vote for the Democrat. Since I think the Democratic Party is full of idiots who don’t know what a man or a woman is so they’re trying surgery to invtent their own, that means that you are both taking politics to a new bottom. I feel the Republican Party should remove both these imposters from the ballot and nominate other people for office, and that the voting judges should let us write in more responsible people than either Dutton or Money.
Man Arrested After Fleeing Scene of Stuck Car in Hopkins County Cemetery
Hopkins County Deputies responded to a call on February 22, 2024, regarding a car stuck in the mud at the cemetery on N Davis St. Upon arrival, deputies encountered Michael Taylor, who fled into the nearby woods. After a brief search, Taylor surrendered to deputies. It was revealed that Taylor had an outstanding warrant, leading to his arrest without incident.
The gas price fluctuate between $2.79 and $2.99 in Paris as of 2024-02-25. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.262, a week ago the price is $3.279 , according to AAA.
‘You picked the right person’: Former Texas Governor Rick Perry stops in Hopkins County to support Jill Dutton
SULPHUR SPRINGS, Texas (KETK) – Former Texas Governor Rick Perry was in Hopkins County on Thursday to support Texas House District 2 Rep. Jill Dutton. “This turnout tonight is a great example of why you picked the right person,” said Perry. The rally was held in Sulphur Springs at the Civic Center as Dutton aims […]
Smith's 19 lead Nicholls over shorthanded Texas A&M-Commerce 85-70
THIBODAUX, La. (AP) — Diante Smith had 19 points in Nicholls 85-70 win against shorthanded Texas A&M-Commerce on Saturday night. TAMC went into the game without four players who were suspended by the Southland Conference because of their roles in a brawl following a game on Monday against Incarnate Word, which also had four players suspended.
Who Remembers Paul Harvey?
Hold word and practically a part of the family in countless households. Hopkins County listeners heard his broadcasts on KSST 1230 AM Radio for decades. His columns were carried in hundreds of newspapers across the nation. In 2024, television viewers were exposed to his voice, some for the first time, in replayed versions of his 1978 work, “So God Made a Farmer.” I have included his original speech below for National FFA Week.
Republican Party forum and dinner draws full house
The Exhibit Hall at Hopkins County Regional Civic Center was packed Monday evening with candidates, supporters, and those interested in fellowshipping and rallying with other Republicans during the Hopkins County GOP President’s Day Candidate Forum and Dinner. The event featured local, state and federal candidates stumping for seats and a few verbal sparks among candidates.
Cooper Boys Basketball Runs Past Brooklyn Center 83-42
The Cooper boys basketball team spoiled Brooklyn Center’s senior night with a 83-42 win on the road. The Hawks started strong out of the gates, getting out to a 9-0 lead. Brooklyn Center was able to answer back later in the first half, getting the lead down to five points with six and half minutes left before halftime.
Choco Tacos Set to Make a Delicious Return This Summer
It was back in the Summer of ‘22 when El Pasoans were mourning the loss of their beloved Choco Tacos. Ok, I’m being dramatic but there really were people who were sad to hear the news that Klondike would be discontinuing the beloved desert after four decades. Well,...