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Paris News (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Paris, Texas Inside today j wit it a in for this weeks shout out turn to to Page 5 shout out is published every monday in the Paris news. Send your kudos / through Quot to Facebook inst Gram. Monday May 25, 2015 today ii ii i ii o Tubo Mie if is a iwo i nil i i to my Ccu a thursday i Friday it Etc it 40 a thursday i it the graduating classes of Lamar county sports North Lamar athletes honoured at annual awards banquet Page a flooding ravages Texas towns Page 5 nation police discover disarm pressure cooker bomb in Washington . Page to share a your a a Day x 0� # Czuj a Zias in Iii i i 1 / catch the news As it happens sign up free for breaking news alerts at tuesday 20% Chance of rain h of 82 Low 68 wind 5-10 Mph wednesday 20% Chance of ram with a High near 85, wind 5-10 Mph National weather Page afternoon briefing 2 classifieds 6-7 entertainment 8 a i scope. 7 local 2-3, 5, 10 obituaries 3 sports 10 voices 4 Paris life celebrates father s Day the volume 145, no. 274 cd rack 75c subscription 454 look for even More rain forecast Calls for up to 3 inches More staff reports up to 3 inches and More rain could fall in Lamar county and throughout the Region today and into tuesday. Cox Field recorded just under 2 inches of rainfall sunday. With already saturated ground Flash hooding is a major concern. Water covered some roads in and near Paris such As Polk Street West of Paris Junior College and sugar Hill Road North of Reno. Several roads in Northwest Lamar county were reported flooded on sunday and several in the Southeast were rain Page to military memories Paris resident and Veteran of the Vietnam War David Dickerson visited the red River Valley veterans memorial last week. Local Veteran recalls his Vietnam experience Lynda work Lynda work the Par sinews com it has been five decades since the end of the Vietnam War. It was a War that split the country and claimed the lives of More than 58,000 americans. Paris Veteran and purple heart recipient David Dickerson remembers first hand the War this nation spent More than $120 billion on from 1005-73. He was serving i country beginning in 1%0 at the Peak of a even if you weren t in a fight you were still in David Dickerson Vietnam Veteran . Involvement in the War when More than 500,000 . Military personnel were involved in the Vietnam conflict. By the end of the War More than 3 million american soldiers would travel around the world to tight in Southeast Asia. The average age of these Young men was 21 years old. Now 50 years after the end of that War Dickerson to among the main Vietnam veterans who has distinct Yetf bin Page 3 legislature votes tax decrease Mary Madewell Mary maa Weil Theta Risnes com homeowners can expect about a si30 decrease in school property taxes this year As a result of a budget Deal state Law makers reached late last week in Austin. Businesses can expect a 25 percent reduction in taxes from the $3.8 billion tax Cut Deal. Both House and Senate Are expected to finalize action on the tax Cut and state budget this week according to associated press reports. The school property tax reduction will be delivered by a $10,000 increase to the Homestead exemption from $15,000 to $25,000 the increase needs voter tanks Page 3 the property tax would be effective starting with the 2015 tax Wear county Steps up Mosquito program first Texas West Nile ease confirmed near Dallas Sally Boswell the Texas department of state health sen ices has confirmed this years first Case of West Nile v irus Iii a human. The unidentified patient is from Harris county and has been diagnosed with West Nile Neur invasive disease the More serious form of the \ irus. Which affects less than i percent of humans who contract the disease. The states Public health officials also said the it discovered the virus in mosquitoes in the cities of Mesquite. Frisco and Dallas and Are urging residents of the entire state to Wint silk Page to vol 145, no 214 copyright 2015 the Paris news Quot Quot do 261 color run focuses on saving your skin Eva Dickey a a Chok in the a Paris teen is continuing her Mission to prevent skin cancer by holding her second color run this weekend Shtuka Prakash started operation save your skin last it ear for a so Hind project and after several Community events including what she has now made the annual 5k, she placed second at the i inure problem solvers International c on Terence. Saturdays Quot k color run or walk kicks Oft at 8 a in. At the Trail de parts with a in a cruise Warmup at 8 15 a this is a Large undertaking bul an important one a Prakash said. A i would like the comte unit to come together in the name of skin cancer awareness at this san Pace a color run j wow a hip a la ii Ewe com

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