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The state’s health care workers and first responders who are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic response have a new resource to use about feelings of stress, anxiety, sadness or depression related to work.  

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Henry County Medical Center was able to finish April $2.5 million in the black, despite having a sharp downturn in nearly every category that month because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Henry County Health Department employees Lori Taylor (left) and Paula Perkins, both registered nurses, prepare for their next patient at the COVID-19 testing site on the Bethel University Paris campus. Taylor, the nursing supervisor at the Health Department, said Friday was the final day dri…

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Many local offices have been closed recently because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the Memorial Day holiday coming up Monday will be closing most places anyway.

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In an effort to make the Class of 2020 at Henry County High School avoid being the forgotten graduating class because of the coronavirus pandemic, school officials had a special event Friday to help honor those seniors.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Ja’nayla Johnson worked hard in high school with the dream of being the first in her family to graduate from college, but she started to doubt herself as several colleges rejected her. Then Bennett, a small historically black women’s college in North Carolina, saw Joh…

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MEMPHIS (AP) — Xavier University’s cancellation of its graduation ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic didn’t stop one Tennessee senior from walking across the stage.

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NASHVILLE (AP) — More than 29,000 people filed new unemployment claims in Tennessee last week, bringing the number of jobless residents who have sought benefits to more than a half-million stemming from the shutdown of businesses during the response to the new coronavirus outbreak.

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Fast Pace Urgent Care Clinic at 1297 Mineral Wells Ave. in Paris and the other 112 clinics in four states remind the public that they now offer antibody testing that can tell you if you’ve previously had the COVID-19 virus, even if you don’t currently have symptoms.

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MIAMI (AP) — A person familiar with the results of poll of NBA players taken by their union says there would be “overwhelming” support for any plan that has this season resuming in a safe way amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Fast Pace Urgent Care Clinic at 1297 Mineral Wells Ave. in Paris and the other 112 clinics in four states remind the public that they now offer antibody testing that can tell you if you’ve previously had the COVID-19 virus, even if you don’t currently have symptoms.

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This is the third of four full pages of youth art, sponsored by the Paris-Henry County Arts Council and The Post-Intelligencer.

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Nurses at East Wood Clinic pause Monday afternoon for a photo while on the job at the clinic at 1323 E. Wood St. From left are Aven Sutton, Alex McDaniel, Paula Auth, Stephanie Farmer, Christie Parker and Katie Brown. Most are seen wearing the masks they use to protect patients and others fr…

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NASHVILLE (AP) — Tucked away inside his room at a senior care facility, Bob Coleman knew he couldn’t go out into the world with the coronavirus raging. But he could share with the world his first love — country music. 

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NEW YORK (AP) — Tony Vaccaro’s mother died in childbirth, and at a tender age he also lost his father to tuberculosis. By age 5, he was an orphan in Italy, enduring beatings from an uncle. As an American GI during World War II, he survived the Battle of Normandy.

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Even in these unprecedented and uncertain times, people can find their faith and be affirmed in it through their church families.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Barack Obama will deliver a televised prime-time commencement address for the high school Class of 2020 during an hour-long event that will also feature LeBron James, Malala Yousafzai and Ben Platt, among others.

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NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee officials have reported the first death of a state inmate who tested positive for the coronavirus — a man who was among the nearly 1,300 inmates who tested positive from one prison.