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Monroe Manor presents Employee of the Year and Service Awards

Monroe Manor presents Employee of the Year and Service Awards

Employees from the dietary and housekeeping departments were recognized Wednesday (Dec. 19) with Monroe Manor’s annual Employee of the Year [EOTY] awards, and an additional seven employees received certificates commemorating…

Allen Named “Airman of the Quarter”

Allen Named “Airman of the Quarter”

Airman Jacob A. Allen was recently decorated “Honor Guardsman of the Quarter” at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska where he is stationed. Following that award, he interviewed for early…

Father John A. Henderson celebrates 25th anniversary on Sunday, Dec. 9

Father John A. Henderson celebrates 25th anniversary on Sunday, Dec. 9

St. William Catholic Church, in Perry, was the site for a special Mass on Sunday, Dec. 9, which celebrated the 25th anniversary of Ordination to the Priesthood of Reverend John…

Christmas Is Caring Benefits from MTRCG Donation

Christmas Is Caring Benefits from MTRCG Donation

Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments, Perry, donated to Christmas Is Caring. The board members including Glenn E. Turner and Chuck Herron decided to donate to a charity and each…

Chamber parade and auction winners

The following is a list of both the parade winners and the silent auction winners sponsored by the Paris Area Chamber of Commerce during their recent Christmas Is Caring Promotion.…

Building art adds festive look to downtown area

Building art adds festive look to downtown area

The beautiful Christmas themed windows in the Larry Isgrig owned Pursue building, in downtown Paris, are the individual creations of Jeremy VanBoening. VanBoening, a First Lieutenant in the United States…

Memorial Service set for Judge McKenzie

The Tenth Circuit Bar Association will be hosting a memorial service to celebrate the career of the late Judge Ronald R. McKenzie on Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, at 3 p.m.…

New business, Adams Realty, opens its doors in Paris

New business, Adams Realty, opens its doors in Paris

Paris has added another business to its stable of businesses – Adams Realty. “My father started this company in 1984,” said owner Darren Adams. “He got his license in 1974…

City of Paris adds extra days to utility payments

The City of Paris will be providing an extension for late penalties on utility bills which are due in the months of December, January and February. Bills due between Dec.…

USDA backpedals on meats and grains for school meals

The Agriculture Department is responding to criticism over new school lunch rules by allowing more grains and meat in students’ meals. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack told members of Congress in…