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Mainly clear. Low 39F. Winds light and variable..
Mainly clear. Low 39F. Winds light and variable.
Updated: January 13, 2022 @ 7:35 pm
Honey Grove High School

Managing Editor
Honey Grove High School
HONEY GROVE — With an “unprecedented” level of Covid-19 spread, Honey Grove ISD is closing its doors until Tuesday, the district announced.
“We are experiencing an unprecedented level of positive COVID cases or immediate close household contact,” Superintendent Todd Morrison wrote in a letter to parents. “Honey Grove ISD doesn’t have the available staff to keep doors open.”
Morrison reported 46 active cases in the district as of 9:30 a.m. Wednesday with 70 in quarantine.
While the district is closed, there will be no academic lessons, Morrison said. The district is using two extra days built into the school year calendar, and they will not need to be made up.
“We are asking that you help with keeping from socially gathering during this time. We need your help to keep everyone safe and well during these days off,” Morrison wrote. “Germ Blast, a company that specializes in deep cleaning, will disinfect our whole campus during this break.”
The district will offer Covid-19 testing on Friday and Monday at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. each day at the elementary school campus, 1100 Oak St.
Klark Byrd is the managing editor of The Paris News. He can be reached at 903-785-6960 or

Some of the more than 400 people who sought Covid-19 testing at a temporary test site Tuesday will not receive results until today, according to the Paris-Lamar County Health District. Results had been expected within 3 hours.
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Klark Byrd is the managing editor of The Paris News and the editor of Paris Life Magazine. He resides in Paris with his wife, Krystle, and their three children, Charlie, Annalise and Willow.
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