Paris – Police are seeking the whereabouts of Paris resident Dawn Yates, who was last seen Monday, November 30 when she left her home in the 1100 block of SE 6th Street.
Yates is a white female, with short brown hair with grey streaks. She stands 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighs about 150 lbs. At the time of her disappearance she was wearing a red sweat shirt, black jeans, brown jacket, black boots, and a pink cammo cap.
Reports show Yates may have been in the company of Richard Rodgers, of Pattonville.
Scott is joined by Major Kenneth Nelson, Commanding Officer with the Greenville Salvation Army. Our Friday feature is on pecan nuts by Matt Meinke, plus Jordan Brooks explores a new event at the Northeast Texas Children's Museum.
– A number of Hunt County Republicans made it official Thursday, the first day to file for the March Primary election.
Jennifer Lindenzweig filed for the office of Hunt County Clerk, Brian Alford and Wayne Money both filed for Hunt County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 Place; Charles "Chuck" Calkins, Jack Schultz and Don Smith for Justice of the Peace Precinct 4; Aaron Williams filed for re-election as Justice of the Peace for Precinct 3; and Herman Orange for the Republican nomination for Hunt County Commissioner Precinct 2.
Commerce – A mathematics instructor at Texas A&M University-Commerce has received the designation of Regents Professor by the A&M University System.
Dr. Stuart N. Anderson is one of only eighteen professors and administrators to receive either the Regents Professor or Regents Fellow honor within one of the largest systems of higher education in the nation. The statewide network consists of 11 universities, seven state agencies and a comprehensive health science center.