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The Grove High School Class of 1965 had a 57th-year mini-reunion Saturday at El Vaquero restaurant in Paris. Those attending were (front row, from left) Freda Rushing Clendenin, Susan Downey Nichols, Gail Owens Robertson, Nancy Harding Irby, Brenda Hunter Hosford and Martha George; (second r…

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The University of Tennessee Gardens will host its fall plant sale Thursday and Friday in Jackson, which will include tours, a lecture series and more.

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The Jones Family Farms in Henry County helped host the Fall Educational Tour of the Tennessee Young Farmers and Ranchers during the weekend. More than 165 young farmers registered for the event, which featured a mixture of networking, contests and educational stops. The first stop Friday was…

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The Agricultural Extension Service and Henry County Livestock Association have compiled this hay and grain referral to assist local farmers.

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Loneliness and social isolation in older adults are quite common as the aging process progresses. Older adults suffer from this more because they are more likely to be living alone, suffering from chronic illnesses, hearing loss and are often dealing with the loss of family or friends.

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Henry County Mayor John Penn Ridgeway (left) congratulates Sonya Clark, RN, on Friday in the lobby of Henry County Medical Center after making a proclamation marking this past Saturday as the first-ever Ostomy Awareness Day in Henry County. An ostomy is a type of surgery that creates an open…

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Yvette Barton (left), owner of Jack Jones Flowers & Gifts, and Brittany Alexander, owner of Sally Lane’s Candy Farm, hold the scissors together Monday as they prepare to cut the ribbon for the new location of Sally Lane’s retail business which has moved into the Jack Jones site at 118 N.…

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The Agricultural Extension Service and Henry County Livestock Association have compiled this hay and grain referral to assist local farmers.

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There’s no denying the benefits of eating together as a family — healthier diets, social connectedness, positive impacts on children’s success and mental health — but in our overscheduled, hectic modern lives, it can be a challenge to gather around the table on a regular basis.  

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Rich Garcia, lieutenant commander of the Tennessee Division of Sons of the Confederate Veterans, spoke during this month’s meeting of the Isham G. Harris Camp 109 of SCV. Garcia, who is from Gainsboro, made a presentation on “Blood on the Rio Grande-Tejano Confederates.” Garcia comes from Hi…

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The College of Humanities and Fine Arts at Murray State University will host the 13th annual A Taste of the Arts fundraising event, with proceeds benefiting scholarships for fine arts students. The event will be at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 27 in the newly renovated Lovett Auditorium located on Murray …

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It is with trepidation that I even dare to relate to you any details on growing crape myrtles. There are crape myrtles and then there are 1,000 more crape myrtles. Where to start? Or, rather, where to stop? And haven’t they been beautiful this year?

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The Agricultural Extension Service and Henry County Livestock Association have compiled this hay and grain referral to assist local farmers.

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A strain of highly pathogenic avian influenza has sickened a poultry flock in West Tennessee. To protect the health of other domesticated birds, the state veterinarian is leading the emergency response and ordering an immediate halt to poultry shows and exhibitions and sales of poultry at li…

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Henry County High School Future Farmers of America students Lucy Jackson, Abbey Watson and Abby Smith pose with their heifers Saturday during the Nashville Fair at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. Laura Moss, HCHS agriculture teacher, said it was the students’ last show of the year, in addit…

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Wilma Arnold was relieved when she was able to start riding in cars when she was young instead of having to walk.

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The Agricultural Extension Service and Henry County Livestock Association have compiled this hay and grain referral to assist local farmers.

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Local artist Dan Knowles demonstrates how he began painting “The Owl & Goldfish” by being blindfolded, led to the canvas, then envisioning he was dancing. Initially an abstract painting, Knowles added three Chinese sculptural figures growing from paint drips after a comment from his wife…

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Pears pack a nutritional punch that puts them on par with other popular fruits. A medium-sized pear provides roughly 21 percent of the daily recommended value of fiber, an essential component of a healthy diet that helps keep hunger and blood sugar levels in check. According to the Academy o…

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All you snob gardeners out there can now look down your noses, sniff with the same organ and go on to the comic pages. I am going to talk today about a first class small tree or shrub that has been around since Hector was a pup and graced the grounds of your grandmother, and mine, and, no, i…

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Baking all your favorite desserts just got one step simpler with recipes from Stephanie Simmons’ The One-Bowl Baker (2022, Page Street Publishing), which are faster, easier and don’t leave you with a pile of dirty dishes to wash when you’re done. These recipes are ideal for bakers with limit…

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The 2022 Mum-A-Palooza Fall Decoration Sale is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 24 at the Henry County High School greenhouse. The Paris FFA chapter has been busy growing a wide variety of mums and they’ll be available in two sizes: singles for $15 and tri-color for $40. The middle scho…

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As many as 97% of people have neck and back pain at some point in their lives, and 80% will seek treatment for it. Finding relief is an ongoing process that is different for everyone. With new research into safe pain treatment, you’re now more likely than ever to be able to get the relief you need.

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Nowadays when families want to get away, most are heading out on road trips. These excursions often involve bringing the whole family along, including the furkids. So, to ensure safe travels for all two- and four-legged passengers, it’s important to be aware of a very real pet travel safety …

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The Agricultural Extension Service and Henry County Livestock Association have compiled this hay and grain referral to assist local farmers.

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Janice Wade of Lone Oak Road in Paris and her dog, Muffin, admire her 2-year-old Angel’s Trumpet off her back porch. She said it’s never had this many blooms before. The perennial plant’s blooms appear about 8 each evening and last all night until the sun and heat return in the morning.

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Donna Vick and Jennifer Thornton from the Second Harvest Food Bank organization spoke to the Paris Quota club at its Aug. 24 meeting at the Ray Harding Lunchroom at the Paris Academy for the Arts.

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The first month that is partially autumn is staring us in the face. Thursday it will be September, the month that cheeringly provides us with the autumnal equinox. Hang on, it will be here on Sept. 21. The long range forecast calls for the introduction of more moderate weather, no matter wha…

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In Good For Your Gut: A Plant-Based Digestive Health Guide and Nourishing Recipes for Living Well (2022, Penguin Random House) by Desiree Nielsen, registered dietitian and bestselling author of Eat More Plants, you’ll discover how to fuel gut health with anti-inflammatory plant-based foods a…

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The Agricultural Extension Service and Henry County Livestock Association have compiled this hay and grain referral to assist local farmers.