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Gina Matlock, community champion and medical student coordinator for Henry County Medical Center, spoke about behavioral health to members of the Paris Quota club at its Wednesday meeting in the Lunchroom at Paris Academy for the Arts.  

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A new poll of Tennessee parents from the Vanderbilt Center for Child Health Policy found that most placed school quality and child mental health at the top of their list of concerns for their children, with both among the top five concerns across the state’s grand divisions and among racial …

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Paris Elementary School and Leadership Henry County are working together to make time in the school day to read aloud to third-grade students, according to Principal Chip Gray.

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From left, Paris-Henry County Rescue Squad members Kelly Brown, Dwayne and Stacey Duncan and Kelly Corbitt get baskets ready for the squad’s day at the Helping Hand Radio Auction on Jan. 27.  The squad is one of the non-profit local organizations that benefits from the auction, which can be …

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After a long day at the office, home with the kids or spent doing something we love, sometimes we’re all in need of a quick-fix in the kitchen. Enter 6-Minute Dinners (and More!) (2022, www.pagestreetpublishing.com)  by Karen Nochimowksi, creator of Momma Chef.

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The term gluten-free has shown up in most conversations when discussing food, but what does this mean and where is gluten found in the foods we consume?

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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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The contestants who would later make up the 2023 Hostess Princess Court appear during judging of the casual attire portion of the 2023 World’s Biggest Fish Fry Hostess Princess Pageant Saturday night at the Krider Performing Arts Center. Seen from left are: Bryleigh Hayes, second maid; Kenno…

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The 23rd annual Civil Right Conference, sponsored by the University of Tennessee at Martin, will feature several events throughout the month of February. The conference will address the theme “Who Will Stand in the Gap? – A Clarion Call for Justice Seekers.” 

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The Tennessee Department of Revenue and the Tennessee Department of Agriculture wants to remind farmers, timber harvesters, and nursery operators that they can buy more items tax-free in 2023.

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Bethel University physician assistant students for the 2023-24 academic year  began their clinicals Jan. 13 at Henry County Medical Center. This year’s class includes, from left (first row) Amy Koeller, Mary Katherine Altman, Hannah Gwaltney, Ariel Diza (back row) MaKenzi Brewer, Peyden Vale…

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The Murray State University Department of Art and Design and University Galleries will host three exhibits displayed at the Clara M. Eagle Galleries and Mary Ed Mecoy Hall Gallery on the sixth floor of the Doyle Price Fine Arts Building on Murray State’s campus. 

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The 2022 holiday season blew in with a winter storm that will not soon be forgotten. In Tennessee, wind and cold temperatures impacted power grids and landscapes during the Christmas weekend. Now, many are starting 2023 with questions about the extent of damage and next steps to take for law…

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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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Entertaining a crowd can be a lot of work, but there’s also a lot of excitement and fulfillment when welcoming loved ones into your home.

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If you’ve avoided cooking dry beans from scratch because “it takes too long,” consider the actual “hands-on” time can be just minutes! All it takes is a little planning ahead for a time to soak the beans and a time to cook them.

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The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture is planning three in-person field days focused on horse management. Presentations and hands-on educational materials will be of interest for equine owners of all experience levels.

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Our health care system relies upon a continuously replenished reserve of blood in order to operate. 

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I’ve heard it said that families were happier “in the old days.” However, newspapers prove that not every household was blissful. They also remind us that, when it comes to legal status, women have come a long way.

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The Cottage Grove Legislative Council voted Friday to award a bid for repairs on Poplar Street to Woody’s Excavator Service.

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The Tennessee Department of Health is recognizing National Birth Defects Awareness Month in January to encourage healthy choices and habits for prospective parents to help lower their risk of having babies born with birth defects.

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Al-Anon, Holy Cross Catholic Church, 1210 E. Wood St. — 6:30 p.m. Mondays.

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As 2023 begins, so does the Paris-Henry County Arts Council’s first activity for the new year. For the previous two years, the Arts Council has sponsored a writing competition for authors living in Henry County. Aimed to be a creative outlet during COVID, the idea of continuing the contest a…

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A truck carrying more than 150 hogs from Henry County rolled onto its side on Highway 641 in Kentucky Tuesday, causing injuries to the driver.

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The Paris-Henry County Arts Council would like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year, and say thank you to those who have donated to our organization. Our donors ensure that we are able to continue to strengthen our community through the arts. If you are interested in donating to the arts c…

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

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I took an unofficial poll last week about everyone’s favorite month. Guess what came in last? You guessed it, January. Remember Janus, the Greek god who had two faces, one facing the future and the other the past?

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Amid a room full of overturned tables, Helping Hand Radio Auction volunteers arrive Thursday at the Paris Convention Center, 1510 E. Wood St. as they begin setting up for the annual non-profit fundraiser. The auction starts at 12:30 p.m. today and runs through March 1. For more information, …

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Our health care system relies upon a continuously replenished reserve of blood in order to operate. 

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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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United Way of West Tennessee has officially merged its current education initiatives under an umbrella called the Office of Childhood Success. The organization created this classification to emphasize its increased support in the areas of early childhood development and educational programmi…