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Lee Academy for the Arts board members Ann Stapp (left) and Melanie Townsend prepare for the June Market to benefit the academy. The yard and bake sales will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in the Lunchroom at Lee. There will be home decor, holiday decor, kitchenware, furniture and childre…

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A Henry resident who was arrested early Saturday is accused of hitting his girlfriend in the head with a baseball bat during an argument.

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The following two governmental meetings are scheduled during the coming week. Both are open to the public.

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Kenneth Humphreys was honored with the Person of the Year award Thursday night at the 69th annual Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet at the Henry County Fairgrounds.

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Krider Performing Arts Center Lead Director Brooke McCord demonstrates shadowing in the theatrical makeup class she is teaching this summer. The class will run through July 17 and teach students several makeup techniques, including injury and old age.

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Jackson State Community College released its honor roll and dean’s list for the spring semester and included multiple students from the area.

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Henry County and state officials met with representatives of the Tennessee Department of Transportation Wednesday morning to discuss options to alleviate accidents and other problems at the intersection of East Antioch Road and Highway 79 notheast of Paris.

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A Buchanan woman wanted on multiple charges was arrested Monday night after leading deputies from two different agencies on a pursuit through Henry and Calloway counties. 

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A Paris man accused of attempted murder pleaded guilty Monday to amended charges in Carroll County Circuit Court. 

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Painters are hard at work while standing on a cherry picker Tuesday morning to reach the Gables apartment building on East Wood Street. From left, Ken Lubert, Ricky Winchester and Greg Poteete of Winchester Painters put on the paint.

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Henry County Medical Center’s Volunteer Auxiliary recently awarded $2,000 scholarships to local graduating seniors Emily Lemonds, Abigail St. Clair and Cherish Campos. The students will be studying in the medical field, St. Clair at Freed-Hardeman University, Lemonds at Murray State Universi…

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Earl R. Irelan (seated) of Paris recently received visits from several fellow former military members at the Plumley Rehabilitation Center at Henry County Healthcare Center. Irelan was a sergeant platoon leader who served three tours in Vietnam. Visitors were (from left) Lee Bradford, a reti…

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Roy and Vivian Dallas roam Monday afternoon along the Eiffel Tower Park walking trail. The couple said they were taking advantage of the sunny, clear weather to get a little exercise.

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The Henry County Highway Commission opened bids Monday afternoon on materials for the 2019-20 fiscal year.

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The University of Tennessee at Martin recognized students from Henry County with various academic and merit awards for the spring 2019 semester.

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Curtis Crosser portrays John Irion, a physician who served in the Confederate Army and was a state Masonic Grand Master. Irion was also president of the Paris Board of Health as well as an editor of The Post-Intelligencer. Born in 1837, he died in 1908 and is buried in the Paris City Cemetar…

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Kiley Pearson of 501K Recycling tells the Lakewood School “Read to Be Ready” campers Friday morning what his company does to recycle cardboard, metals and plastics. The company is located in the old Emerson Electric plant on Industrial Road in Paris. The camp is composed of rising first- and…

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Krider Performing Arts Center manager Rhonda Stanton talks with Sammy Goldstein Saturday night backstage before his “Celebrate Hollywood, Broadway and more” concert. While Goldstein was the headliner, he also performed with the Paris-Henry County Community Band under the direction of Mike Holden.

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Paris land owners will see a 4-cent increase in property taxes in the upcoming fiscal year if the Paris Commission approves the rate on second reading at a called meeting set for 5 p.m. June 27.

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Customers walk into Stella Nera Thursday afternoon on the Henry County Court Square. The new Italian restaurant, which occupies the former Wallin Hardware building, opened Wednesday at 100 N. Market St.

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From left, the Irvan family — Riley, 2, mom Christy and Mia, 4 — are part of the crowd enjoying music from The Old Spirits Tuesday night on the courthouse lawn in downtown Paris. Dustin Irvan is one of the group’s guitarists. The family is from Murray. Music on the Square was one of the even…

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Ray Harding gestures to Dan Knowles’ downtown mural, Phantoms of the Crete Opera House, as part of the Heritage Day downtown walking tour on Wednesday. The tour is part of the Downtown Paris Week festivities and showed off the Back Alley Paris mural project as well as the former Crete Opera …