Melodi Cobler and her son Grayson, 5, listen as Kathy Collins, director of Rhea Public Library, reads at the Story Time area of the Historic Atkins-Porter Neighborhood Association Fair Saturday. The four-hour fair adjacent to the A-P Recreation Center featured cake walks, arts and crafts, tw…
The spooky scarecrows of Autumn have once again invaded the Henry County Courthouse lawn, with the help of the Downtown Paris Association. In this photo, K&B Supplies for Success’s entry, titled “Ooops,” tells a horrific tale that depends on the eye of the beholder. These and many other …
Paris Karate’s scarecrow, “Training for Treats,” shows a cadaverous jack-o’-lantern practicing his form to earn some much-needed candy at his post on the Henry County court square.
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