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Scores from Henry County restaurant inspections conducted by the Henry County Health Department for the week of May 14-20 (maximum score: 100; scores available online at inspections.myhealthdepartment.com/tennessee):

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Many local offices have been closed recently because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the Memorial Day holiday coming up Monday will be closing most places anyway.

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Members of the Henry County Emergency Food and Shelter Committee voted unanimously to accept an award of $12,915 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Emergency Food and Shelter program Thursday in a meeting at the courthouse.

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Henry County Circuit Judge Donald Parish has added an additional criminal day of court to hear cases and pleas for those represented by the public defender’s office.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The Post-Intelligencer has not been notified of closures for any of the following events, but they are subject to postponement or cancellation because of health safety concerns.

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Wofford's Nursery & Landscaping owner Mandy Wofford Hamlin (left) and local artist Dan Knowles pose with a dumpster commissioned by Wofford's and painted Tuesday morning by Knowles at the nursery. Downtown Paris Association Director Kathy Ray said although the original grant has been use…

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Henry County is likely to donate less money to nonprofit organizations during the 2020-21 fiscal year because funds are expected to be tight because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Paris Landing Volunteer Fire Department firefighter David Alsup climbs atop Antioch Methodist Church to replace a light bulb in the church steeple. The church contacted the fire department recently because the light was out and none of the members had a ladder long enough to reach it. The de…

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Henry County Medical Center is one of 29 hospitals across Tennessee that will receive a new grant to help it get through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In an effort to make the Class of 2020 at Henry County High School avoid being the forgotten graduating class because of the coronavirus pandemic, school officials had a special event Friday to help honor those seniors.

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This is the fourth and final installment of pages that include artwork by local youths, sponsored by the Paris-Hanry County Arts Council and The Post-Intelligencer.

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Weeks of uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic have kept people apart by necessity, but with the shroud slowly lifting over our society, a triumvirate of upcoming events are offering hope again for group gatherings — with some restrictions still in place.

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Earnest Royal (left) prepares to load a bundle of brush into a wood chipper as Frank Frederick (right) directs traffic Monday morning on Fairgrounds Road. Royal and Frederick were on the crew working with H&B Tree Service & Lawn Care.

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In an effort to make the Class of 2020 at Henry County High School avoid being the forgotten graduating class because of the coronavirus pandemic, school officials had a special event Friday to help honor those seniors.

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James Weatherly (left) and Luke Stephens (right) get ready to bring a basket full of food to someone’s trunk on Saturday. Sulphur Well Church of Christ hosted a Second Harvest Food Bank giveaway Saturday morning, with dozens of church community volunteers participating. Weatherly will be a s…

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Henry County High School Principal Michele Webb puts some finishing touches on the drive-through senior photo gallery Friday in the HCHS parking lot. The gallery, featuring senior pictures in a row for viewing, was on display for four hours Friday afternoon. Students will be able to pick up …

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Hydrant testing scheduled to begin next week in Paris

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Scores from Henry County restaurant inspections conducted by the Henry County Health Department for the week of May 7-13 (maximum score: 100; scores available online at inspections.myhealthdepartment.com/tennessee):

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

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Henry County Extension Service Director Michele Atkins (left) and Henry County Health Department Health Educator Rachel Matlock (center) hand masks and hand sanitizer to Judy Thompson (in car) of Paris Thursday afternoon at the Health Department. The pair gave out cloth masks, hand sanitizer…

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Fast Pace Urgent Care Clinic at 1297 Mineral Wells Ave. in Paris and the other 112 clinics in four states remind the public that they now offer antibody testing that can tell you if you’ve previously had the COVID-19 virus, even if you don’t currently have symptoms.

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John Ervin fires a frisbee toward one of the “holes” on the frisbee golf course Sunday at Eiffel Tower Park Extended in Paris. The Ervin family, from Hollow Rock, took advantage of temperatures in the lower 70s that day to enjoy getting away from being cooped up in the house during the COVID…

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Mark Brown of Brown Sign Services finishes hanging a new sign above Jack Jones Flowers & Gifts on Monday afternoon. The shop, which has been a Paris staple since 1953, will soon light up downtown Paris at night with lights that are to be added to the sign. Jack Jones is currently open fr…

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Jackson State Community College’s division of Workforce Development is currently offering select courses free of charge and completely online.