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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
The dreams of many area residents will be realized at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, when the new grand piano at the Paris Center of Fine Arts will be dedicated during a free concert at the facility. The … 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
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
When rural Clark County resident Dara Gard learned she is going to have quadruplets, she knew numerous hurdles were ahead in the form of gestation weeks and holding off preterm labor. Now that … more
People Encouraging Remarkable Kids (PERK) kicked off its fourth school year with a party and picnic Thursday in Spicer Pavilion at Twin Lakes Park. This year, there are 80 Paris and Kansas … more
Paris Police Department Sept. 20, at 12:41 a.m., William R. Peebles, 48, Dana, Ind., was stopped in the 1100 block of North Main and charged with improper display of registration. Peebles was … more
Paris Police Department Sept. 19, at 7:30 a.m., Raquel L. Evard, 30, 510 W. Washington, was issued a city ordinance violation 93.63-illegal burn. Evard was released and given a city court date. more
Paris Police Department Sept. 18, at 2:12 a.m., Lisa M. Loosey, 40, 812 Harrison, was stopped at Main and Wood and charged with illegal sound amplification. Harrison was released on a notice to … more
It doesn’t seem possible, but East Central Illinois students begin returning to their classrooms this week. It’s about time to shift into school year mode and while the frame of mind … more
Not obeying the terms of a criminal sentence can bring other consequences. Craig G. Shields, 23, Paris, appeared in custody of the Edgar County Sheriff’s Department for the July 30 … more
MARSHALL – The Clark County Fair at Marshall kicks off Monday  with a weeklong schedule of events featuring shows in front of the grandstand each evening.A highlight for many is the 7 p.m. … more
CHARLESTON – Former girls youth basketball program coach Barry S. Wolfe, 54, Martinsville, received the maximum sentence of 60 years in prison Friday afternoon related to the criminal sexual … more
Cancer robs one of not only their health but also dignity and spirit as the treatment becomes almost too much to bear and the uncertainty creates a crushing despair.Cami Costa-Kuglin had a somber, … more
CHRISMAN – A vote at the Monday, Aug. 6, Chrisman City Council meeting started the process of looking for another water supply.Per the recommendation of water commissioner Rodney Wolfe, the … more
Paris police officers received special training Thursday, Aug. 9, about how to deal with military veterans who may be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and are possibly … more
First Bank and Trust closed its doors for the final time at 5 p.m. Friday, paving the way for the conversion to First Mid Bank and Trust this weekend.Work on the outside the building began in earnest … more
Paris Police DepartmentAug. 14, at 4:25 p.m., Dakota B. Furry, 22, 198 Blue Heron Road, was arrested at his residence and charged with reckless driving/wrecked vehicle. Furry was transported to the … more
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