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Melodi Cobler and her son Grayson, 5, listen as Kathy Collins, director of Rhea Public Library, reads at the Story Time area of the Historic Atkins-Porter Neighborhood Association Fair Saturday. The four-hour fair adjacent to the A-P Recreation Center featured cake walks, arts and crafts, tw…

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Rain made the playing field wet and muddy but that didn't keep the Henry County High School football team from playing well during a 52-6 romp past West Creek Friday night in Clarksville.

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Paris resident Rodney Eugene Wilson, 24, recently named to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's Most Wanted List, was arrested early Friday morning in Corinth, MS, according to the TBI.

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The Post-Intelligencer is launching “Percy’s Pix” today to give more people an opportunity to see their pictures in our newspaper.

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The Henry County Board of Education passed 13 new policies for the system at its regular meeting Thursday, including a “Drug-Free Workplace” item, which explicitly prohibits system employees from unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession or use of any alcohol or controlled…

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Josh Simmons (left) of Paris speaks to Rachel Ellis of the local American Job Center on Wednesday at the Vocational Rehabilitation Department Resource Fair. The fair had booths set up from local businesses at the Vocational Rehab site on Tyson Avenue. It also spotlighted government programs …

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The Paris Special School District board viewed a demonstration of a new bus lift at its Tuesday night meeting.

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Tennessee Commissioner of Tourist Development Mark Ezell presented a $43,203 check Tuesday morning to Paris officials for the improvements to the Eiffel Tower that are about 75 percent completed. He said he was very impressed with the landmark in Eiffel Tower Park, saying, “This is the brand…

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“The building in which we meet tonight is on a lot that was bought from Judge John T. Hamilton shortly after the city was incorporated in 1823,” Ray Harding told a group gathered at the Lee Academy for the Arts, formerly the Lee School building, Monday night.

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Tennessee Commissioner of Tourist Development Mark Ezell presented a $43,203 check Tuesday morning to Paris officials for improvements to the Eiffel Tower that are about 75 percent completed. He said he was very impressed with the landmark in Eiffel Tower Park, saying, “This is the branding …

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Jack Pressey (right) reads a book to Henry School second-grader John Hallisey as part of the Team READ program. Pressey received the 2019 Northwest District Volunteer of the Year Recognition award and will compete alongside eight other representatives for the statewide School Volunteer Recog…

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Local artist Martin Paschall (right) shows a piece of pottery to Tim and Amanda Mason at the reception for his work held Friday afternoon at the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center. An additional color photo of the reception appears on Page 10.

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From left, Aylon Radford, Andi Wade and second-grader Addy Wade ride a camel Saturday at Oktoberfest at the Henry County Fairgrounds. In addition to camel rides, the event boasted authentic German and Mexican food as well as a variety of vendors, a petting zoo, face painting, fair food and g…

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Strong defensive play combined with a solid rushing attack and three field goals on specials team helped the Henry County High School Patriots score a 23-3 victory over Germantown Friday night at Patriot Stadium.

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Paris commissioners heard an extensive report Thursday afternoon on a transportation management and operation plan for the city.

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The fall severe storm season is approaching. Are you ready for whatever is in store? Do you have a severe weather plan at your home and your workplace? Can you recognize the clues that suggest large hail, flash flooding, or a tornado is possible? Do you want to become part of the severe weat…

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The Living Water House of Prayer, 901 E. Wood St. in Paris, will be celebrating 10 years with its pastor, James Taylor, and his wife, Felicia Taylor, beginning at 11 a.m. Sunday.