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The long, dark days of winter are the perfect time to break out the warm glow of candles. Keep reading for what scents to burn this year and how to keep yourself safe while staying cozy. O, CHRISTMAS TREE Christmas-tree scented candles are always popular this time of year. Magnify your real …

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Mary Kathryn Moore was crowned 2020 Quotarian of the Year at the Paris Quota club’s meeting Nov. 11 at the Lunchroom at Paris Academy for the Arts.

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New officers for 2021 were elected at the Nov. 5 meeting of the Newcomers Club at the Paris Country Club.

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Earline Sheehan (seated, center) is the matriarch of a family that features four generations shown in this photo. Sheehan, 94, worked for The Post-Intelligencer for five years in the late 1940s and early 1950s as an accountant/receptionist. She met Robert Sheehan, who was a Navy recruiter wh…

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Marvin and Karen Klopfenstein of Henry will mark their 60th wedding anniversary today and will be surprised with a family celebration on Saturday.

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In this photo from the Paris Special School District, grant writers Becky Cate (left) and Karen Goodman, both of the PSSD, hold a check representing a $15,000 STEM grant by the America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education. The grant will fund science, technology, engineering and math education at …

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Ronnie and Emma Sue Morris Singleton of Paris will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary July 17. The Singletons met in 1969, one week before he left to serve in Vietnam. They were married July 17, 1970, with the Rev. B.K. Marshall officiating. The wedding was conducted at Marshall’s…

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NEW YORK (AP) — Holy Communion will have a different look when in-person worship services resume at the end of May in the Catholic Diocese of Knoxville: The wafers signifying the body of Christ will be placed in the hands of parishioners by priests and deacons wearing face masks and safety glasses.

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With the arrival of April, it is assumed winter is past. Well, April Fool. I read of a little girl who was asked when winter would be over. She said that her neighbor would plant his garden first, then it would freeze. He would plant it again, and again it would freeze. Then he would plant i…

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Megan Alford, hearing aid specialist with the Audiology & Hearing Clinic in Paris, presented an informative program on hearing loss at the Paris Quota club’s meeting Feb. 26 in the Lunchroom at Lee Academy for the Arts.

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Eileen Hook and Teresa Millikin were hostesses for the Feb. 20 meeting of the Newcomers Club held at the Paris Country Club. 

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Every four years we are blessed (hopefully not cursed) with an extra day. It’s leap year and the month won’t end until midnight Saturday. What will  you do with the extra day?

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Blossomway Garden Club and Paris Garden Club have worked together to implement an exciting project at Paris Landing State Park, in partnership with PLSP officers. Nine woodpecker houses were recently purchased and then donated on Feb. 11 to the park by the two clubs. The park officers will b…

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A local student was named to the dean’s list at The University of the South, known by its town’s name, Sewanee.

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Old Janus has packed his bags and will leave our scene in a few days. Janus, the mythological Roman god and namesake of January, has two faces, one looking backward, the other forward. He controlled, or thought he did, beginnings and endings, time, doorways, duality and on ad infinitum.  

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Quintell Osbron (center) greets his twin great-grandsons, Baylor and Julian LoVette, who were born in October, for the first time. The proud father, Osbron’s grandson Daniel LoVette (left) of Fairhope, Ala., and Osbron’s daughter, Margie Osbron LoVette (right) of Foley, Ala., sit with him. 

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