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Tracy Brown Teague (seated) gets some attention to her hair from salon owner April Thompson on Friday at Imari’s Hair Salon prior to a ribbon cutting at the business by the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce. Thompson has more than 25 years experience doing hair in the Paris area. Workin…

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Henry County’s voter turnout for the Nov. 3 presidential election continues to set records, according to the county’s administrator of elections.

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The Henry County Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse has planned its eighth annual fundraiser featuring pancakes and sausage from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 5 at Orr Hall at First Baptist Church.

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The Paris Special School District board had a lengthy discussion on the state of the PSSD’s virtual academy during its monthly board meeting Tuesday night, and learned that just three students in the district are currently COVID-19 positive.

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Josh Schwartz of Quality Steel Production in Rutherford keeps himself steady inside a cherry-picker aerial lift as he bolts in steel beams for the skeleton of the Bearing & Supply warehouse extension Tuesday afternoon. Jim McCampbell, owner of Bearing & Supply, said the extension wil…

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The Henry County Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse has planned its eighth annual fundraiser featuring pancakes and sausage from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 5 at Orr Hall at First Baptist Church.

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Approximately 360 potatoes are laid out to dry by Trinity United Methodist Church pastor Emily Walker (right) and Joy Bailey Monday morning in the gymnasium of the church, located at 409 N. Wilson St. The potatoes are being prepared for a baked potato bar luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Frid…

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The Henry County Commission agreed Monday to numerous budget transfers, including ones that will allow county employees to receive a 2% one-time bonus in their salaries this fiscal year.

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Herrondale East Road to be closed for culvert replacement

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Jack’s Java has moved in next door with Jack Jones Flowers & Gifts on the court square’s west side. Members of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce help (holding the scissors, from left) Jennifer Williams of Jack’s Java and Cathy and Ronnie Robbins of Jack Jones celebrate during th…

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Following are the scores from Henry County restaurant inspections conducted by the Henry County Health Department during the week of Oct. 8-14 (maximum score is 100; scores are available online at inspections.myhealthdepartment.com/tennessee):

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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, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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It appears Henry County is headed toward a change in the title and salary of its top financial employee.

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Henry Countians line up Wednesday morning at the entrance of the Election Commission office, 215 Grove Blvd. Suite B in Paris, for the first day of early voting for the election, which includes local races for sheriff and county mayor, as well as the federal presidential election. Delaina Gr…

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From left, Jack Spencer, Stephanie Tayloe, Susan Pemberton and Oma Bass pack daffodil bulbs Wednesday afternoon in preparation for the Friends of the Library Bulb Sale at Rhea Public Library that will be held from Monday through Oct. 24. Sales will take place in the library meeting room, wit…

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From left, Jack Spencer, Stephanie Tayloe, Susan Pemberton and Oma Bass pack daffodil bulbs Wednesday afternoon in preparation for the Friends of the Library Bulb Sale at Rhea Public Library that will be held from Monday through Oct. 24. Sales will take place in the library meeting room, wit…

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Jack’s Java coffeehouse has moved in next door with Jack Jones Flowers and Gifts in the North Market Street building on the court square. Members of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce help (holding the scissors, from left) Jennifer Williams of Jack’s Java and Cathy and Ronnie Robbins…

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In her 22nd year organizing Relay for Life events in Paris, Joyce Bass lights luminaria Friday night all around the court square. The luminaria honor people who are battling cancer and memorialize those who have died because of it. Despite the traditional Relay for Life event being canceled …

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Judy Rowlette and Lorraine Hamilton were hostesses for the Oct. 1 meeting of the Newcomers Club held at the Paris Country Club. Diane Nelson and Pat Bailey were welcomed as guests.

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Henry County High School senior Anna Montgomery Minor (left) poses with escort Jermarcus Johnson, a senior football player, shortly after Minor had been crowned the homecoming queen Friday night at Patriot Stadium. She is the daughter of Randall and Christy Minor of Paris. Johnson scored thr…

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Damon Lowe’s full-page advertisement in Friday’s Post-Intelligencer about his candidacy for sheriff lacked an important piece of information.

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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.