After having to cancel Tuesday’s, Wednesday’s and Thursday’s radio auctions because of wintry weather last week, the Henry County Helping Hand radio auction resumed Friday by accepting a $5,000 donation from Holy Cross Catholic Church, proceeds from last fall’s Oktoberfest.
Kentucky-based agent Shannon Janic has moved her real estate license to Lake Homes Realty, which specializes in lake-focused real estate.
The COVID-19 drove home the point that nothing is certain, and that every eventuality should be planned for.
Michelle Seaton has been named the chief nursing officer at Henry County Medical Center.
Holding the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce’s ribbon-cutting scissors Tuesday are Niki Kenworthy (left) and Kelly Henry (right), owners of The Closet Consignment Boutique in downtown Paris. The store held a ribbon cutting to celebrate its recent move from East Wood Street to its new h…
Knott’s Foods will mark its 75th anniversary with a tailgate party Thursday on the edge of the practice field between the fieldhouse and the home stands at Patriot Stadium. Henry County plays Clarksville Northeast Thursday night. The party will feature homemade sliders that will also include…
It’s been a few months since Tommy and Alice Scarbrough took over on July 1 as range managers at the Holly Fork Shooting Complex.
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.…
An employee of a local engineering firm is making a bid for a leadership position in a statewide surveyors’ group.
In many ways, Patricia Brummel is still getting used to Paris and Henry County. But in others, she’s already right at home.
Paris attorney Bill Looney gives a presentation about the U.S. Constitution during the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center’s Lunch & Learn event Friday afternoon. Henry County General Sessions Judge Vicki Snyder is seated at right. Looney was introduced by his sister, Suzanne Richter, who…
Two new members were installed at the Paris Quota club’s June 8 meeting at Paris Academy for the Arts. Gale Tharpe and Cecelia Hopper were installed. Tharpe was sponsored by Martha Smith and Hopper was sponsored by Kayla Nation. Joy Weathersbee, vice president and membership chairman, instal…
Three local students were among the 2,000 students named to the Spring 2022 Dean’s List at Austin Peay State University.
Four local graduates earned degrees from West Kentucky Community and Technical College during its spring commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2022 on May 7 in Paducah.
Henry County Medical Center’s board of trustees, administration and staff were saddened to learn of the loss of long-time orthopaedic surgeon, Eugene Gulish. Dr. Gulish served the Henry County community with his healing hands and generous spirit for more than 20 years, coming to HCMC from Se…
Big Daddy’s Trailer Sales, which moved closer to downtown Paris in February, added Diamond Cargo enclosed trailers in the past two weeks to its extensive offerings.
Ashli Newcomb (center above photo, with scissors) cuts the ceremonial ribbon in front of her new Kingsview Partners wealth management office at 117 E. Wood St. Tuesday afternoon as family, friends and well-wishers cheer. In the below photo, Newcomb has a few words for the crowd as she holds …
One of the newest boutiques in Paris is Ivy Lee, located at 2337A Lakeway Circle in the Owens Event Center building.
Ivy Lee Boutique owner Katelyn Choate works the cash register as LaShonda Williams (left) and her daughter, Aleecia Williams, 13 (partially obscured) buy some items at the boutique’s grand opening Friday morning.
A Springville native employed as a human resources consultant in Memphis has been recognized for becoming a certified professional in the Society of Human Resource Management. Faith Brinkley Patrick, daughter of James and Linnie Brinkley of Springville and granddaughter of Ray and Kay Housto…
A former Paris filling station has found new life as a full-service flower shop, thanks to the hard work of its new owners. The Flower Station officially opened for business on March 21, after a soft opening a few days earlier. The shop can be found at 202 Dunlap St., across the street from …
Smaller brands are uniquely positioned to benefit from pandemic-inspired consumer trends. In fact, local companies were one of the primary beneficiaries as consumers moved out of quarantine and back to daily life.
As with any other sector, small businesses must create, market and sell products and services that meet customer needs. But things are otherwise often very different.
Stocks wobbled in afternoon trading on Wall Street Wednesday, a day after the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average set their latest record highs. The S&P 500 was up 0.1% as of 1:30 p.m. Eastern. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 80 points, or 0.2%, to 35,678 and the Nasda…
The Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Paris announced multiple staffing changes in October, including the appointment of its new vice president. Lorie Goodgine was promoted to serve as vice president under President Willie Huffman. Tiffany McCutcheon has also been named student serv…
Garthel and Jessie Mae Haynes of Old Union Road in Paris marked their 70th wedding anniversary Wednesday.
Britannie Scarbrough has always been an animal lover. She grew up with dogs, and made sure her children had pets to play with as they grew up.
Merison’s Furniture will host its eighth annual free spring Showcase shopping event from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at both Paris store locations.
For the first time in the history of the Paris Board of Public Utilities, the utility has earned a perfect score on its annual Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Water System Audit.
Ryan Cross, a practical nursing student at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Paris, was named local winner of the Tennessee Board of Regents’ statewide Outstanding Achievement Recognition (SOAR) program.
Advance Financial has opened a store in Paris, which is its 12th location in West Tennessee.
Eiffel Gardens on Volunteer Drive in Paris had a staff appreciation day Sept. 21 to mark the business’s part in parent company Americare Senior Living earning a 2019 Customer Approved award.
Three Civil Air Patrol cadets from Henry County Composite Squadron attended Tennessee Wing Encampment last week and successfully completed their training.
Mott Ford, chairman and CEO of Commercial Bank & Trust Co. in Memphis, was installed as chairman of the Tennessee Bankers Association (TBA) during ceremonies at the organization’s recent 129th annual meeting.
Marc and Starr Peterson visited KOA campground sites whenever they could when they were living in the suburbs of Chicago, but owning and running one wasn’t in the plan until recently.
Eiffel Gardens Senior Living Center, located on Volunteer Drive in Paris, will be a part of the upcoming Alzheimer’s Association event, The Longest Day.
Members of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce have been looking forward to tonight.
A Jackson television station has named a story related to a device invented by a Paris couple as the top story in its “viewer’s favorite” list of Made in Tennessee stories.
Three days, 12 concerts and 22 artists will rock the Paris Landing shores of the Tennessee River June 28-30 during the Tennessee River Jam, produced by the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce.
Gary and Nancy Morris of Paris, who are the inventors of the Footbar Walker, auditioned (above) for an appearance on “Shark Tank” last Thursday in Nashville. The Footbar Walker is a walker used by patients that has a footbar on it. In photo below, the Morrises are joined by Paris-Henry Count…
First-time visitors to Tosh Farms’ “Crutchfield Sow Farm” are likely first surprised by the size of the barns there, then by being asked to shower before entering.
Question: What is a fixture both in downtown Paris and in thousands of Henry Countians’ homes since shortly after the ending of the Civil War?
One of the most historic sides of the court square in downtown Paris is the side that burned in 1899. However, if you look at the dates at the top of most of the buildings, you’ll see the same date.
After 29 years of running the Swiss Villa Inn at 1315 E. Wood St. in Paris, Sheila and Bipin Patel have retired. Here, Travis McLeese (center), executive director of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, presents the Patels with a certificate of achievement.
PML, Inc. recently received the Quality of Excellence award from Hino. Pictured with the award plaque are (left to right, front row) Rick Horiuchi, Leah Marr, Kayla Washum, Heather Lowery; (back row) Jason Dolliver, Andrea Jefferson, Patricia Barrow and Scott Shultz. Hino is a Japanese manuf…
Amid the hustle and bustle of the downtown Paris area, there are numerous interesting and unique stores. Nestled between lawyers’ offices and service-oriented businesses, these stores keep alive the tradition of the hometown shop, where everyone knows your name and personal service is a given.
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- Brandi Carter
- Six indictees arraigned in Circuit Court
- Two killed, one injured in Friday collision near Paris
- OBITUARY: Ann Minor
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- Update: Two killed, one injured in multi-vehicle wreck Friday on Highway 641
- Hospital sale discussed at HCMC board meeting
- RESTAURANT SCORES
- OBIT: Laura Allison
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