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Bethel University’s fall graduation is set for 10 a.m. Saturday in Crisp Arena, located in the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment.

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Puryear Strong plans to give away coats again on Saturday

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Dave Winters admires a guitar being displayed at the Holiday Bazaar Saturday at the Lee Academy for the Arts. The guitar was a creation of local artist Dan Knowles, who was out of town and did not attend the bazaar. But some of his works were there, including this guitar, which he built hims…

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The Inman Mistletoe Market Saturday at Inman Middle School featured numerous booths and vendors, including Molly Hart, who is shown here arranging her display for Work of Hart, which produces custom shirts and cups.

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Lisha Donald (right) of Nashville explains some of her work to Meredith Vajda during Saturday’s Holiday Bazaar at the Lee Academy for the Arts in Paris. Donald is owner of Visions ’n’ Photography in Old Hickory, specializing in fine art photography.

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The HarmoniX singing group from the Krider Performing Arts Center (KPAC) Young Artists entertain during Saturday’s Inman Mistletoe Market at Inman Middle School. HarmoniX has a concert scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday at KPAC.

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Hey, kids! Want to get some neat paper to write a letter to Santa Claus on? And get a bunch of other Christmas treats at the same time?

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Capt. Jeramye Whitaker, investigator with the Paris Police Department, is requesting help from the public with any information related to the theft of a vehicle. The truck was stolen Thursday night. It is a white Chevrolet S-10, extended cab, with aftermarket wheels. Contact Whitaker at 731-…

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The Lifeline Blood Services Bloodmobile had 61 blood donors come forward on Thursday during its monthly collection day at First United Methodist Church in Paris.

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This year’s Leadership Henry County Class will be hosting a public forum at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Krider Performing Arts Center, in conjunction with the Economic Development Day in their class.

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Scores from Henry County restaurant inspections conducted by the Henry County Health Department for the week of Nov. 23-30 (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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The open enrollment period for Tennesseans looking to enroll in or change their plan through the health insurance marketplace for coverage in 2023 is continuing. With limited time left, it is time for those who need to enroll or renew their plans to do so as soon as possible. The Marketplace…

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The Henry County Emergency Management Agency has announced the availability of a new mobile alert system for the citizens of Henry County. The system is called DR Messenger and is part of Capsol, Inc., an emergency notification based company.

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A crowd taking part in Wednesday night’s Advent Walk in downtown Paris files into Grace Episcopal Church after a brief service in First Christian Church next door. The group walked to three other churches, with a church bus available for those who wanted to take part but were unable to walk …

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Skylir Witt, a 4th-grade student at Paris Elementary School, raises her arms in excitement after sending a ball down the lane Wednesday at The Bowling Alley in Paris. Skylir was one of about 90 young athletes taking part in the Special Olympics Bowling event, which included students from the…

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Students in the 2nd grade at Rhea Elementary School are divided into pirates and elves as they perform “A Pirate Christmas,” their school chorus Christmas program presented Tuesday at the Krider Performing Arts Center. Conducted by music teacher Angie Hawkins, the musical included songs like…

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Nora McCrory (right), 2, holds up her battery-powered advent candle as she participates in Wednesday's Advent Walk with her aunt, Taylor Petty. About 70 people joined in the annual Christmas tradition as they made pilgrimages to five downtown churches. The walk began at First Christian Churc…

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Amanda Mason’s pottery pieces, including this vase, will be among artwork on sale at Paris Academy for the Arts’ Holiday Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday at the academy, 402 Lee St. Vendors will be set up in the gallery, classrooms and lunchroom on the first floor. Artists on the sec…

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Henry County Mayor John Penn Ridgeway (center) had a surprise for Kenny Paschall (left) during Monday’s Henry County Commission meeting at the courthouse. Ridgeway presented Paschall, the former mayor of Puryear, with the Loyal Patriot Award, the highest honor that county government can best…

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From left, Judy Goad, Becky Holland and Darlene Russell of the Family Resource Center work with Michelle Brewer (not pictured) of The Shed as they prepare for families to arrive Monday morning as the third annual Toy Store, a collaboration between the FRC and the Shed, gets underway. The sto…

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The seventh annual Inman Middle School Mistletoe Market is coming up from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. There will Christmas shopping with more than 40 vendors and live music from HarmoniX, the Inman band and Inman strings. Concessions and free photos with Santa will be available, and there wi…

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Long-time and award-winning Team Read volunteer tutor Jack Pressey (left) helps Henry School second-grader Analyn Singleton read stories aloud to help improve academic achievement in the coat room of teacher Lana Currence’s classroom. Anyone who is interested in becoming a Team Read voluntee…

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In this file photo, Stephen Goggans, chairman of the Henry County Election Commission, helps unload voting equipment from one of the county’s precincts on Election Day, Nov. 8, and bring it into the commission office at 215 Grove Blvd. At its meeting Monday, the commission certified the resu…

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Lifeline Blood Services says West Tennessee’s blood supply is at a critically low level and that all blood types are needed.

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From left, Officer Smith (Adrian Cobbs) and Officer Jones (Taylor Ashlock) get ready to talk with December Jenkins (Ethney Munson) as part of their investigation during a rehearsal for “A Holly Jolly Christmas” on Monday at the Krider Performing Arts Center. Put on by the Henry County Thespi…

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The Henry County Commission agreed Monday to include the Sheriff's Department in the county's longevity pay plan, a move that will cost the county an estimated $36,150 in the 2023-24 budget year.