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Paris Morning News (Newspaper) - November 19, 2010, Paris, Texas Award Henry Golden boy military tribute Rifle in raffle Page 5anato to turn Oyer control of afghan Security by 2014page 3a& november 19,2010 Quot a i l. 141,no. 114 Shannon Finley Dpi trial continues visiting prosecutor presents evidence during first Daybill Hankins the driving while intoxicated trial of Lamar county resident Shannon Finley moved into its second Day today in judge Eric Clifford s 6th District courtroom. Visiting prosecutor Brad Setterberg called four witnesses thursday and showed videotapes of the traffic Stop the arrest the trip to the Hospital for a blood alcohol test and the interview with Finley. Arresting Paris police officer James Sain gave a Complete rundown from the time he first spotted Finley weaving and taking wide turns through the time he turned on his video camera and the Field tests he gave Finley. The jury saw the video of the Complete process. Sain said Finley crossed the yellow line several times while being followed and appeared to not be in full control. Later defense attorney Mike Mosher asked Sain Quot did you see the video while driving Finley to the Hospital for blood tests you also crossed the yellow line and you were weaving across your Lane. No one should assume your driving would indicate Setterberg called Jennifer Nabors the Hospital technician who Drew blood from Finley. Nabors told the jury Finley was Finley p-5a Finley electric work set for sunday approximately 400 Lamar electric Coop customers will be without Power for an Esti fated half hour sunday special to the news Lamar electric Coop has announced plans to replace a transformer sunday morning damaged during a lightning storm in september at its substation North of Blossom. Lec had hooked up a temporary transformer while the damaged one was repaired. Quot we will be installing a new transformer electricity p-8aannual concert celebrates the Holiday season songs of the season showcases voices of area choir member Sally Boswell a beloved Lamar county tradition helps usher in the Christmas season when the newly chartered Paris Community choir joins the choirs of Paris High North Lamar and Paris Junior College for Quot san fir of the season Quot at 7 30 . Monday in the Sanctuary of finist Baptist Church downtown. Quot this year s concert will be very special in that the Brand new Paris Community choir will join with these very talented Young people in singing Quot said Pat Fowzer pc director and organizer of Quot songs of the season. Quot Over the years i have had so Many adults Tell me that they wish they could have Sung in this great conceit. The dream will come True for the 50 charter members of the Quot As their director i can Tell you they Are an incredibly talented group and have displayed such an enthusiasm for perfecting this Beautiful Christmas music Quot she added. Quot add in our sweepstakes award winning High school choirs and the College chorale under the direction of their new choral director Philip Briggs and i think this is the Best year yet to buy a ticket for the concert Quot the first Christmas concert of the season features More than 150 of the Patricia Fowzer director of Paris Community choir and director organizer of Quot songs of the season Quot leads the members of pc in a rehearsal in the first United methodist Church Sanctuary. Quot songs of the season Quot features the combined voices of pc the Paris High school choir the North Lamar High school choir and the Paris Junior College chorale. Submitted county s Best voices Young and old Fowzer said. She lauded Tike dedication of the other choir directors who Are involved in the annual event Jan Blize of Paris High school and Rebecca Hildreth at nor i Lamar High school As Well As Briggs at pc. Fowzer also singled out the piano accompanists for each of the selections including Dottie Billman and Linda Flanary. Quot with each passing year the Quality of this performance becomes More and More outstanding Quot said Fowzer the recently retired choir director at pc. Quot these dedicated directors help their students achieve Honor after Honor including . Sweepstakes awards. Solo and ensemble honors. All Region area and even All state choir when deciding on this year s concert repertoire a chorale directors All contributed their favourites to the list. The combined choirs will Salute thanksgiving by singing John Rutter s Quot for the Beauty of the some of the Christmas favourites to be presented include Quot Carol of the Bells Quot Quot Sleigh ride Quot Quot let it Snow Quot Quot Mary did you know Quot Quot of come o come Emmanuel Quot and Quot of holy Quot we expect the audience members will find themselves singing along with two of our favorite medleys celtic Christmas Celebration and Gloria a Carol Medley which contains Angels we have heard on High the first Noel it came upon a Midnight choir p-8a Cices a 7 30 . Doors open at 7 . A monday nov. 22 a first Baptist Church Sanctuary 207 s. Church a tickets $8 per person free for children under 5 a reservations 903-784-0259 pct@1starnet. Com ready for lights the county s Christmas tree sits outside the Lamar county courthouse thursday afternoon after being delivered earlier that morning. A Community tree lighting ceremony is san edited for 6 . Saturday nov. 27, to kick off Holiday in Paris. Sam in this Paris Neyt morning fog slows commute Krista Goerte dense fog slowed commuters Friday morning but few accidents were reported. Chief Deputy sheriff Scott Cass with the Lamar county sheriffs office said they were aware of two wrecks on . 82 West one major and one minor Accident. Department of Public safety troopers were on scene at the wrecks Cass said. Quot other than those two wrecks it has been pretty quiet Quot Cass said. Fogp-2a j1- r a

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