Author: eExtra

North Lamar Loses Nail-biter to Greenville

Five. That’s how many yards the Panthers needed to beat Greenville on Friday night. Faced with a 4th and goal with the ball spotted just inside the Greenville 5-yard line, 31 seconds left to play, Kobey Emeyabbi (2) lined up the offense for one last shot to win this game. North Lamar came into Greenville on Friday for their 3rd straight road game against a 5A opponent. Looking to move to 2-1 in the toughest preseason schedule that the Panthers have had in some time, NL would have their hands full with an up and coming Greenville team led...

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Volunteers needed for Reading to the Future

The Lamar County Coalition of Education, Business and Industry is looking for volunteers to read to second-grade students. Beginning its ninth year, the Reading to the Future program will start in October. Individuals or groups of people can adopt a classroom and read aloud to them each week, which usually takes no more than 30 minutes. “We have people wanting to read to a class on a weekly basis,” said Program Coordinator Fran King, “so that individual adopts the classroom and commits to reading aloud to them once each week.”   But for those who are unable to read...

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Greenville PD in search of missing girl

  Citlalli Aguilar is reported as a Runaway/Missing Person since August 4, 2017. Citlalli’s mother believes she is with a Hispanic male in the Dallas Area.  If you have any information about Citalli please contact Detective Stillwagoner with the Greenville Police Department at 903-453-0427 or 903-457-2900. Source:  Greenville...

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Noteworthy graduates honored by Paris ISD

Former Paris ISD students Captain J.K. “Jack” Ashmore (PHS Class of 1947) and Sharon Samuels Reed (PHS Class of 1968) have been named Distinguished Graduate Award winners. Their portraits will be displayed on the Wall of Honor at Paris High School. The Distinguished Graduate Award is the highest and most prestigious award the district can bestow on its’ graduates.  This award honors Paris ISD graduates who are nationally or internationally recognized for their career accomplishments, distinguishing themselves as leaders and as role models. Captain Ashmore graduated with honors from Paris High School in 1947. He was president of his...

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Wanted Fugitive from College Station

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Herman Henry Fox, 35, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, and a cash reward of up to $5,000 is now being offered for information leading to his capture. Fox is wanted for trafficking of persons and compelling prostitution by force/threat. All tips are guaranteed to be anonymous. Fox has been wanted since July 2017 and has ties to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Ascension Parish, Louisiana, including the cities of Donaldsonville and Gonzales.  He may also frequent the Houston area and his last known address was in College Station. In...

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