My Cancer Story
By rights, I should have written this editorial last week when we covered the Relay for Life. I tried, but then I bailed. I am conflicted about identifying myself as a...

TPNB Bank had its annual customer appreciation hog dog lunch on Friday, June 9 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Bank employees (left to right) Devyn Windsor, Assistant V.P. Cheryl Shatzer, and Nicole Burke worked the food table passing out chips, hotdogs, condiments, and drinks.  TPNB Customer Appreciation Day

Bounce Houses for Everyone
When I was at the Relay for Life last week, I admired the work of all the fundraising teams, but I was most drawn to the Sugar Shakers. Not only did they have face...

Annual Fire Prevention Poster Contest Announces Winners
The 2017 Fire Prevention Poster contest, sponsored by the Paris Rural Fire Protection District, produced several winners from the Paris Elementary...

Paris Coyotes back on winning ways with 11-2 win over New Franklin
The Paris Coyotes used both hitting and strong pitching to defeat New Franklin 11-2, on the road, on Monday, April 24. The Coyotes struck for four...

Three personal records set by Madison Panthers at Glasgow Relays
The Madison Panther Track Teams recently participated in the Glasgow Relays The following individuals earned points (1-8 earn points & 1-4...

American Legion Honor Guard fires salute. DAR Holds Flag Day Ceremony
The James Monroe Chapter of the DAR held a Flag Day Ceremony at the Monroe County Courthouse in Paris on June 14. American Legion Post 221 provided...

TPNB Bank had its annual customer appreciation hog dog lunch on Friday, June 9 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Bank employees (left to right) Devyn Windsor, Assistant V.P. Cheryl Shatzer, and Nicole Burke worked the food table passing out chips, hotdogs, condiments, and drinks.  TPNB Customer Appreciation Day

PARIS R-II SCHOOL DISTRICT OF MONROE COUNTY, MISSOURI APPROVES...
The Board of Education of the Paris R-II School District, Missouri at a regular meeting on April 18, 2017, approved a Bond Resolution that established a final terms...

School’s Out: Baseball and Brown Bags
Children in the Paris area have an answer for the Monday morning blues: Baseball and Brown Bags. During the summer, the Paris R-II school district...

Paris Graduates Thirty-Two on Mother’s Day
The Paris High School Class of 2017 received their diplomas on May 14 at 2 p.m. Aaron Vitt, Paris R-II Superintendent, welcomed those attending the commencement, and the...

Local Organizations Contribute to Paris Band
Three local organizations banded together to give $3,000 to the Paris R-II music department for instrument repair and replacement. The Paris Lions...

TPNB Bank had its annual customer appreciation hog dog lunch on Friday, June 9 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Bank employees (left to right) Devyn Windsor, Assistant V.P. Cheryl Shatzer, and Nicole Burke worked the food table passing out chips, hotdogs, condiments, and drinks.  TPNB Customer Appreciation Day

School’s Out: Baseball and Brown Bags
Children in the Paris area have an answer for the Monday morning blues: Baseball and Brown Bags. During the summer, the Paris R-II school district...

Bob Riley Earns 50-Year Masonic Pin
Bob Riley is humble about being earning his Masonic 50-year pin Saturday, May 13, saying that paying his dues regularly was a big part of his tenure with the...

Madison finishes season with stellar record
The Madison C-3 Panthers finished the 2017 Spring varsity baseball season with a stellar 9-5 record. The team captured second place in the Madison...

Paris Varsity Baseball Coyotes look to future
The 2017 Paris R-II Varsity Baseball Team finished the season with a 7-10 record. The season was marked with numerous rainouts throwing pitching...

Jimmy Layton Tosses Six Solid Innings
The Madison Panthers traveled to Harrisburg on Monday, May 8 in a next to the last game before district play begins. The Panthers (8-4) fell to Harrisburg in a close...