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The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program will be offered during the months of February and March at the Atkins-Porter Recreation Center.

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A Henry County High School student with a background of volunteering and a love of archery and welding will be throwing out the first hush puppy at this year’s World’s Biggest Fish Fry.

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Information has been released on a weekend accident that resulted in no injuries, but damaged a mausoleum and several headstones at a Paris city cemetery.

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A work crew begins removing the Furniture Exchange sign on Jan. 13 at the business’ former home at 209 N. Market St. The building is being renovated to serve as the new home of The Post-Intelligencer, with the paper hoping to move in sometime this spring.

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A statement in Thursday’s edition of The Post-Intelligencer that the State of Tennessee was no longer reporting the number of active COVID-19 cases was incorrect.

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Local elections in 2022 look as though they may be somewhat crowded with candidates, based on the early lists of people who have picked up paperwork from the Henry County Election Commission.

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Country music star Darryl Worley holds a bucket of hot, buttered popcorn as he and Kasey Muench, community relations director for the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, get ready to watch “Darryl Worley Live” Wednesday afternoon at the Parisian Theatre. The program has been airing on We…

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A life of service was celebrated Monday night as Paris Fire Chief Michael Williams Sr. was named the winner of this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Drum Major for Justice award.

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With the dawn of the new year, the Paris-Henry County Arts Council is busily making plans for several events coming up in the next few weeks.

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Puryear Lions Club to meet Thursday at Methodist church

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Paris Fire Chief Michael Williams Sr. speaks during the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day event Monday night at Mount Zion Baptist Church on Irvine Street. Williams was honored as this year's winner of the MLK Drum Major for Justice Award and was presented the award by Mount Zion pastor the …

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Gloria Bouknight of Jackson talks about Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day breakfast celebration hosted by Travis Ministers Monday morning at the Central Community Service Center. Bouknight is an alumna of Lane College in Jackson, which i…

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It was a packed house Friday at the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center, as the Lunch and Learn program featured a talk by Gary Paschall about “The Puryear Story, History & Lore.”

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Scores from Henry County restaurant inspections conducted by the Henry County Health Department for the week of Jan. 6-12 (maximum score: 100; scores available online at inspections.myhealthdepartment. com/tennessee):

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Fish Fry pageant registration takes place this Saturday

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This map released Wednesday by the Tennessee House Select Committee on Redistricting shows the planned boundaries for the U.S. 8th Congressional District, which again includes all of Henry County. Among the proposed changes are the addition of Hardeman, McNairy, Hardin, Chester and Henderson…

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25 years ago A 10-year-old Paris boy was the winner in a Tennessee bicentennial art contest. Garrett Foust, son of Charlie and Janet Foust, was a winner in the category for 5- to 10-year-olds of the Tennessee Bicentennial Mall State Park network. His winning artwork was titled “Farmers,” and…

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