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Criminal probe opened after deadly ...

Criminal probe opened after deadly Paris blaze

A criminal investigation into the deadliest fire in Paris in a decade was opened on Wednesday after it emerged that two separate incidents occurred in the same building two hours apart.
Angry farmers set to stage massive ...

Angry farmers set to stage massive ?tractor protest? in Paris

Hundreds of French farmers who say falling food prices are threatening their livelihoods are en route to the French capital, where a protest involving as many as 1,000 tractors is expected to cause travel chaos on Thursday.
French PM calls for unified respons...

French PM calls for unified response to migrant crisis

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls called for a unified response to Europe?s migrant crisis during a visit to Calais on Monday, while European authorities announced that they are giving France ?5 million to build a new refugee camp in the port city.
France launches new classes on 'mor...

France launches new classes on 'moral and civic' education

France is looking to mould its younger generation into responsible members of society with new civics lessons in primary and secondary classrooms aimed at defending the French Republic?s values.
French journalists lose book deal a...

French journalists lose book deal after Morocco ?blackmail? sting

The publisher of a book by two French journalists accused of attempting to blackmail Moroccan King Mohammed VI on Monday cancelled its deal with the writers.
Hungary says French criticism of bo...

Hungary says French criticism of border fence ?groundless?

Hungary on Sunday lashed out at French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius over his criticism of the country?s new anti-migrant border fence, accusing him of ?shocking and groundless? judgements.

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Hundreds of Eurostar passengers str...

Hundreds of Eurostar passengers stranded for hours as migrants block tracks

Hundreds of passengers were stranded for hours on five Eurostar high-speed trains after reports that migrants were blocking the tracks leading to the tunnel under the English Channel and were attempting to climb aboard.
Video: Travelling through the Balka...

Video: Travelling through the Balkans with Syrian refugees

The Syrian asylum seekers heading for northern Europe come from all walks of life, but all share a desire to build a better life. FRANCE 24?s reporters travelled with them on a crowded train across Macedonia. Here is their report.
Auschwitz ?showers? spark outrage a...

Auschwitz ?showers? spark outrage at former Nazi camp

Visitors to the Auschwitz Memorial at the weekend were shocked to find mist sprinklers which they found shockingly reminiscent of the gas chambers used by the Nazis to exterminate Jews, Israeli media has reported.
Hungary ?to return economic migrant...

Hungary ?to return economic migrants where they came from?

Hungary will register all migrants that come to the country and send economic migrants back to the state from which they first entered its borders, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told reporters on Tuesday,.
Priests should forgive ?sin of abor...

Priests should forgive ?sin of abortion,? says Pope Francis

Pope Francis on Tuesday called on priests to pardon women who have abortions during the upcoming Jubilee year -- overruling hardline traditionalists within the Catholic Church.
Chaos in Hungary as Budapest rail s...

Chaos in Hungary as Budapest rail station closed to migrants

There were scenes of chaos in Budapest Tuesday as police evacuated hundreds of migrants attempting to board trains to western Europe from the Hungarian capital?s main international rail station, sparking angry protests.

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Inside look at fire fighting

Inside look at fire fighting

Time is running out to sign up for this year?s Citizens Fire Academy, the perfect class for anyone who has ever wondered what it?s like to be a firefighter.
Chile days at the market

Chile days at the market

A Southwest tradition is coming to Market Square, bringing the scents, sounds and flavors of New Mexico to Paris on Saturday.
City opts for firm to inspect

City opts for firm to inspect

The Paris City Council on Monday unanimously directed the city manager to negotiate with a Chicago-based engineering firm to inspect completed and future sewer and water line projects, which are part
United Way sets goal

United Way sets goal

With a goal of $600,000, the United Way of Lamar County plans to kick off the fundraising season at 9 a.m. on Sept. 12 with the 5th Annual Mud Volleyball Tournament at the Paris Rodeo Arena at the Lam
Activities planned at Cooper Lake S...

Activities planned at Cooper Lake State Park in September

Can you believe it? The month of September is at the door.
On Campus

On Campus

Thursday

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Cowboys put Scandrick on IR, make o...

Cowboys put Scandrick on IR, make other moves to get to 75

The Cowboys have placed cornerback Orlando Scandrick on season-ending injured reserve following surgery for torn ligaments in his right knee amid moves to get down to 75 players.
Hugo looks to start season on right...

Hugo looks to start season on right foot

Coming off a 4-7 season, the Hugo Buffaloes have the deck stacked against them in Friday?s season opener against rival Idabel at Gene Nesbit Stadium in Hugo.
Clarksville topples Trinity Christi...

Clarksville topples Trinity Christian Academy

Asjah Griffin posted 13 points, 17 assists and two blocks as the Clarksville Lady Tigers defeated Trinity Christian Academy 20-25, 25-13, 25-18, 25-18 in Clarksville on Tuesday.
Andrus leads Rangers to 8-6 win ove...

Andrus leads Rangers to 8-6 win over Padres

Elvis Andrus knew he was going to pull off a straight steal of home.
Activities planned at Cooper Lake S...

Activities planned at Cooper Lake State Park in September

Can you believe it? The month of September is at the door.
North Lamar knocks off 5A No. 14 Ro...

North Lamar knocks off 5A No. 14 Royse City

The North Lamar Pantherettes were seeking a statement win on Tuesday.

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Ray W. Champine

Ray W. Champine

Ray W. Champine died Friday, July 10, 2015, at a hospital in Jackson, Tenn. A funeral service will be held Sunday, July 19, in Paris, Tenn.

The Cabela's Collegiate Big Bass Ba...

The Cabela's Collegiate Big Bass Bash Presented by Berkley Announces 2016 Date

The Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Series is proud to announce that the Cabela's Collegiate Big Bass Bash Presented by Berkley will be held on March 11-13, 2016 on Kentucky Lake in Paris, Tennessee. The 2015 event, which brought 300 anglers to the area last year to compete in the Cabela's Collegiate Big Bass Bash Presented by Berkley, featured over $25,000 in prizes and giveaways and the 2016 collegiate event promises to be even bigger.

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