A house is torn down Wednesday morning on the corner of East Blythe and Ogburn streets in Paris. Mike Brown, Paris building inspector, confirmed there was a demolition permit on file for the house, which had been successfully demolished by Thursday.
Bees crowd around a local hive in this undated photo from the Kentucky Lake Beekeepers Association. The association will be having its annual short course to introductory beekeeping Saturday morning at the Henry County Farm Bureau office, 406 N. Poplar St. Registration begins at 8 a.m., with…
Wednesday’s Helping Hand radio auction raised $7,240, bringing the yearly total to $99,149. Wednesday’s items were donated by Commercial Bank, Foundation Bank, Regions Bank, FirstBank and Carroll Bank & Trust.
A crew from Barsto Construction in Huntingdon works to replace a sewer line Tuesday at a location adjacent to the Sonic Drive-In, and just off Veterans Drive in Paris. A Murray man who was doing dirt work at the property said recently that Murray lawyer Harold Hurt and trucking company owner…
Henry County is the second-most affordable county in the state to retire, according to a new study by an online company.
Elvis tribute artist Travis LeDoyt will be performing a “Valentine’s Weekend With the King” show at 7 p.m. Feb. 15 at the Krider Performing Arts Center. LeDoyt is known for doing Elvis hits from the 1950s and 1960s, described by his manager Dick McVey as the “pre-jumpsuit era.” Tickets are $…
The Paris Special School District announced during its board meeting Tuesday that the PinPoint 911 phone system project has been completed in all schools.
This group of Tennessee Titans fans from Paris made the trek to Kansas City Sunday to watch the Titans play the Chiefs for the AFC championship at Arrowhead Stadium. From left are Andy Collins, Jon Davidson, Todd Latta and Chris Underwood. Davidson said it was a great experience and the Kans…
When 87-year-old Juanita Freeland of Paris broke her hip a year ago, concerns about using general anesthesia when her memories were already fading led to Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) Eva Hardin instead administering a spinal tap for the surgery.
Monday’s Helping Hand radio auction raised $3,303 while Tuesday’s auction raised $12,304, bringing the yearly total to $91,909. Monday’s items were donated by Quinn Chapel AME Church, the Henry County High School Madrigals, St. John’s-Community Developmental Services and the Inman Middle Sch…
A refinancing plan that could save the Henry County government up to $150,000 over the next six years on a schools project that is still being paid for was approved by the County Commission Tuesday.
Paris firefighters pulled two house cats out of a burning home as they battled a Tuesday afternoon fire on South Highland Street.
Members of the Paris Fire Department responded just after noon Tuesday to a house fire at 307 S. Highland St. in Paris, and quickly extinguished the blaze by 12:32 p.m. No other information is available at this time.
Today’s photos come from the Jan. 9 grand opening of Farmers Home Furniture in a building at 850 Volunteer Drive, Paris, that formerly was occupied by Fred’s. The event began with a Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting ceremony. These and more Post-Intelligencer photos by Sh…
A man who has spent nearly 30 years as a minister, serving Paris for most of those years, received the top award bestowed annually by the Paris-Henry County Ministerial Alliance Monday night.
Thursday’s Helping Hand radio auction raised $2,722, bringing the yearly total to $61,443. Thursday items were donated by the Oakland community, Junior Livestock Association, the Lee School Association, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and H&R Block.
Scores from Henry County restaurant inspections conducted by the Henry County Health Department for the week of Jan. 9-15 (maximum score: 100; scores available online at inspections.my-health-department.com/tennessee):
The Paris-Henry County Arts Council’s 28th Captured Moments: A Photography Showcase, opens on March 8 at Rhea Public Library, with a 2 p.m. reception to announce the winners. The showcase will remain in place until April 3.
Paris Parks and Recreation Director Tony Lawrence throws trout into the pond across from Eiffel Tower Park on Wednesday afternoon. The pond was stocked with about 500 trout on Wednesday and is stocked twice a year as a public fishing spot. An annual trout fishing license or sportsman license…
Several Nashville residents testified on behalf of murder suspect Douglas Talley during Wednesday’s appearance day in Henry County Circuit Court, arguing that the man they know is kindhearted and trustworthy.
A Paris man was given an effective sentence of 16 years when he pleaded guilty to drug and attempted carjacking charges during Wednesday’s appearance day in Henry County Circuit Court.
A Henry man facing drug charges stemming from a February car crash was among those who entered guilty pleas during Wednesday’s appearance day in Henry County Circuit Court.
Wednesday’s Helping Hand radio auction raised $2,617, bringing the yearly total to $58,721. Wednesday’s items were provided by the Jones Mill/Hico community, Morningside of Paris, Kroger and the Henry County Prevention Coalition.
From left, Ema Bomar, Monique Gray, Ella Crichton, Katelynn Buie and Haley Wyatt of the Henry County High School Bella Vocé audition choir perform in the HCHS atrium right before Bomar signed scholarship papers to join the Bethel University Renaissance program. She is the daughter of Welsey …
The Henry County Courthouse Committee got a first-hand look at the progress on the new office for the county Election Commission during its Tuesday meeting.
The Cottage Grove Legislative Council voted to move its city hall out of the former Cottage Grove Christian School building at its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday.
Tuesday’s Helping Hand radio auction raised $16,597, bringing the yearly total to $56,101. Tuesday’s items were provided by the Cottage Grove community, the Center community and Interrail Signal.
A minor subdivision in the Kentucky Lake area intended for storage units was approved at Tuesday’s meeting of the Henry County Planning Commission.
John Thompson supports a wooden beam during construction at Memorial Park for the new splash pad being planned by the City of Paris. Construction workers are currently working on the restrooms and concession stand for the splash pad, which will be located next to the Gerald Howard Municipal Pool.
From left, Henry County Election Commission members Bennie Akers, Lorri Dalton, Tommy Townsend and Stephen Goggans seal the bags and boxes that will be used in the March 3 primary during their Monday meeting. The election will include the presidential preference primary and the county Democr…
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