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Back in 1992 Paul and Sherry Staley of Elbridge Township faced the task of making a sow’s ear into a silk bag – or maybe a silk pumpkin as it turned out. “Basically, we went broke in the hog … more
When Oleksander “Sasha” Serkov, 15, talks about life in his native Ukraine and the United States he notes there are differences. “When I talk about differences, that is what they are – … more
Pancakes, flapjacks, hotcakes, batter cakes, griddle cakes – no matter what these flat, round delectables are called, they do a lot of good. In Paris, the benefit extends beyond a hearty … more
Two men wearing dark clothing and concealing their identities with hoodies and ski masks robbed the Paris Wendy’s Restaurant late Monday, Oct. 1. Paris Police Chief Mike Henness said … more
Sept. 22, at 5:57 p.m., the department was dispatched to 414 Chestnut for a possible illegal burn. Firefighters extinguished the fire, and the resident was advised of the city burn … more
Sept. 26, at 7:45 a.m., a two-vehicle, non-injury accident occurred at the Horizon Health Emergency Room entrance. The first vehicle involved was a 2011 semi owned by Paris Transport, Inc., of 500 W. … more
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