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Northeast county utility district board will have opening

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Henry County residents should be looking for their 2022 property tax notices in the mail this week — and they should notice a big change in the notices if they live inside one of the cities in the county.

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Jackie Mann (second from right) and Kathy Collins (right) look at some of the shirts made by domestic violence survivors Monday afternoon as part of the Clothesline Project during the Domestic Violence Awareness Month program at the Henry County courthouse. Henry County teacher Susan Wolski …

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The class members and teachers of Phases to Freedom ministries pose for a group photo Monday after the Domestic Violence Awareness Month program at the Henry County courthouse. The community ministry aids in life recovery for those struggling with alcohol or drugs, domestic violence or other…

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Brent Greer of Paris talks about the old County Home to a room full of attentive listeners during a Friday afternoon Lunch and Learn at the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center. Greer, who served more than two decades as Henry County mayor, shared his knowledge of the home, which was where the…

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A brother and sister were each charged with aggravated assault after a violent argument between the two early Friday.

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From left, Julie Price of Kenton County, Ky., shops for fall decorations Saturday at the Peggy’s Pumpkin Patch booth with the help of owner Peggy Nance of Puryear. Price was part of the crowd on hand for the annual Hazel Day Celebration Saturday. The day’s festivities included a parade, live…

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Ray and Noragene Harding admire a school bell used by the late Charlie McGehee, seen in the photo at left, during a reception Sunday at the Paris Academy for the Arts. Harding, who was a student of the Lee School teacher and principal, led the dedication of a classroom in her honor. She bega…

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Owen Burkhart, 4, grins in wonder as a fallow deer begins eating out of his hand Saturday at the 38th Oktoberfest celebration hosted at the Henry County Fairgrounds by Holy Cross Catholic Church. The annual fall festival, which benefits the church’s charitable efforts in the community, enjoy…

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Senior receiver Jayce Kendall began running the ball on a reverse before lofting a pass to senior quarterback Ryan Damron for a 2-point conversion in overtime to lift the Henry County High School football to a 29-28 victory at Springfield on Friday night.

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

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‘Hocus Pocus’ movie set for Saturday at Eiffel Tower Park

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Scores from Henry County restaurant inspections conducted by the Henry County Health Department for the week of Sept. 22-28 (maximum score: 100; scores available online at inspections.myhealthdepartment.com/tennessee):

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From left, Commercial Bank employees Mallorie Hutson, Shannon Daigle and Chris Ham work to perfect the business’ entry for Scarecrows on the Square Wednesday afternoon near the southeast corner of the court square. The bank’s entry is the CBTC band. Scarecrows on the Square is a Downtown Par…

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A pair of locally owned pharmacies have both ssold their businesses to the national CVS chain.

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Mental health is an important topic in the modern workplace, and the Paris Special School District has applied for $248,000 in grant money to help supply mental health and behavioral support according to a report by PSSD Director of Schools Norma Gerrell at a PSSD board meeting Tuesday night…

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A crowd of more than 60 Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce members gather around the front desk of Paint Plus Flooring Tuesday morning for a chamber coffee networking event. Members were treated to a spread of breakfast items, and of course, coffee. The business is at 2507 E. Wood St.

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Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett wants voters to know about the four proposed constitutional amendments on the Nov. 8 state and federal general election ballot and the process for amendments to pass in Tennessee.

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Paris' National Guard unit left for Florida Thursday to help with response and recovery efforts after the landfall of Hurricane Ian.

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Fishing industry icon Bill Dance (center) meets with Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce officials Kasey Muench (left) and Travis McLeese Thursday during the Governor’s Conference for Tennessee Tourism in Memphis. The group discussed the newly launched “Bill Dance Signature Lakes” program…

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Rick Revel (center) helps Stephanie Tayloe (left), Henry County head archivist, and Otto Duncan as they draw the winning slip for a prize during a meeting of the Henry County Genealogical Society Tuesday at Tom’s Pizza and Steak House. Revel made a presentation about David Crockett and John …

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The Family Resource Center recently received a $10,000 donation from the Paris Board of Public Utilities Community Cares project and a 50% match from the Tennessee Valley Authority. Terry Wimberley, BPU CEO, presented checks to the Family Resource Center, Family Enrichment Center and Project…

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A motorcycle run Saturday that started on East Washington Street had bikers lining up prior to the run (in left photo) and then taking off east toward the Springville area, ending up at the American Legion Post 89. Dubbed the Country Kids Christmas 2022 ride, bikers from Henry and Carroll co…

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Paris Academy for the Arts will be having a reception from 2-4 p.m. Sunday for a display of the history of the Robert E. Lee School building, which is the home of the academy. See artifacts, memorabilia, period photographs, video memories, a timeline of events and tour the school. Room 2 wil…

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Paris Landing Kentucky Lake KOA will be presenting its fourth annual Kooky Spooky Halloween from 2-6 p.m. Oct. 15.

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Henry County High School head coach James Counce Jr. (back, center) watches a group of Patriots perform a drill during Monday afternoon’s football practice session at Patriot Stadium. The Patriots (4-2) are preparing this week for a Region 7-5A showdown at Springfield (6-0). The winner of Fr…

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Needs are being met in the backpack program in the Paris Special School District’s Pre-K age group, according to a report from PSSD Director of Schools Norma Gerrell at a PSSD board meeting Tuesday night at Inman Middle School’s library.