DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been married 30 years. He is my high school sweetheart and my best friend. We enjoy each other, and I thought we had a great relationship. Occasionally, we “spice up” our sex life to keep things interesting. At his request, I have sexted him a few times with …
From acclaimed cookbook author and award-winning blogger Allison Day comes Modern Lunch: Plus 100 Recipes for Assembling the New Midday Meal (2019, Appetite by Random House).
Packing and prepping wholesome lunches doesn’t have to be a chore. You can kick health into high gear this school year with new ideas to make creative, nutrient-rich meals.
DEAR ABBY: My husband, “Doug,” and I have had a long and happy marriage. We’ve raised two children, both of whom are doing well in life. I have much to be thankful for, but I keep having to remind myself of that because I’m having trouble adjusting to my changing relationship with my husband.
Members of the Class of 1956 at Cottage Grove High School met Aug. 3 at Carmack’s Fish Barn in Como for their 63rd anniversary reunion. Pictured are (front row, from left) Sara Hudgins Champine, Shirley Orr, Maureen Crowder Evans, Bobbie Ridgeway Davis, Carol O’Daniel Wallace and Sue Call; (…
August is recognized across America as National Breastfeeding Month. Throughout the month, people around the world bring awareness to celebrate the benefits of breastfeeding. Breastfeeding is proven to save lives by protecting babies from life-threatening infections and illnesses.
The sun is shining and it is still quite hot out, but the children of the Henry County School System are getting back into the swing of school. The nursing department for the 2019-20 school year includes the following people:
DEAR ABBY: My 7-year-old granddaughter, “Hannah,” is the light of my life. Her mother walked out on her when she was 2, and her mother’s parents don’t know she exists. Her mother hid her pregnancy and delivery, and the child has lived with us since birth.
Arts ’Round the Square is not far in the future. It’s Sept. 28 this year, the same weekend as Eye Full of Paris and the school systems’ celebration of 100 years of the Paris Special School District and 50 years of Henry County High School.
The winning team at the trivia night competition at the Henry County Fair included (from left) Daniel Copeland, Mike Brown, Timmy Williams, Jonathan Lodge (wearing the Brainiac Crown), Arthur Lodge and Randall Perry. The competition took place Aug. 5.
DEAR ABBY: My brother-in-law passed away six months ago, and my mother-in-law, “Grace,” is understandably grief-stricken. My husband and son have been very supportive of her. My father-in-law passed away nine years ago. I have tried to be supportive as well, but Grace and I have always had a…
The former president and general manager of a group of Paris radio stations was presented with a distinguished service award by the Tennessee Association of Broadcasters last week.
DEAR ABBY: I know a girl through work I’ll call Lydia. She is a hard worker and a great mom and wife. She has a loving husband and three great children under 19. Her youngest just started driving. Lydia hosts all the parties and holidays. Everyone thinks she has a perfect life, and she’s the…
Heather Melton has joined AdvancedHEALTH, Tennessee’s largest independent, multispecialty practice. She will be welcoming patients at Twin Rivers Ortho, 1323 E. Wood St. in Paris.
Henry County Medical Center nurse practitioner Jennifer Coleman has been appointed by Gov. Bill Lee to a second three-year term on the state Council on Developmental Disabilities. She will represent the Northwest Development District.
The Grove High School Class of 1959 had its 60th anniversary class reunion June 1 at the Lunchroom at Lee Academy for the Arts. The class includes (on floor, from left) Bob Crockett, Ray Harding, Andy Hooper and David Lowery; (seated) Raymond Van Dyke, Patsy Hudson Barnes, Peggy Williams, Gl…
DEAR ABBY: I’ve been with my boyfriend, “Rocko,” for two years, but in the late months of last year, he became distant. He would disappear for days at a time, block my phone number and ignore me. I was sure he was seeing another woman or taking drugs because he is an ex-addict.
The subject of mulch is obligatory, I guess, for any garden writer, and I have on a number of occasions fulfilled my obligation in that regard, so, here in the post-dog days it is time again to reconsider the subject.
DEAR ABBY: My mother-in-law has a key to my house. I didn’t give it to her. We left a key under the mat one day so she could get in to pick up something because I wasn’t going to be home when she arrived. I asked my husband to get the key back, but he is uncomfortable asking.
DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been together for 20 years. I have never cheated on him or given him any reason to believe I have. But he is constantly on my Facebook account. He also reads all my emails and text messages.
Makenzy Cox’s entry won top honors in the Junior Market Lamb Show Thursday afternoon, winning grand champion at the Henry County Fair. Charlotte Schultz’s lamb was named reserve grand champion.
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