Tuesday’s front-page story on a 4-year-old child dying after a serious wreck Saturday night on Memorial Drive went too far in graphically describing the scene.
During the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, The Post-Intelligencer is committed to keeping the Paris-Henry County community informed with the latest news about this crisis.
I would like if everyone in Henry County could voice their opinion on the newly proposed synthetic football field at Henry County High School.
Almost daily pop-up rain showers have done nothing to slow the wide variety of activities and entertainment happening this week at the 2018 Henry County Fair.
“I’m very proud to make this announcement,” Post-Intelligencer Editor and Publisher Michael Williams said, in promoting his wife and P-I Business Manager Evonne Williams to associate publisher of the newspaper.
It’s not uncommon to see a driver race through a railroad crossing in our area just as the red warning lights start to flash and the gates begin to lower.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following editorial was written by the late C.P.J. Mooney for the Memphis Commercial Appeal on Dec. 12, 1912. Following our custom of many years we again reprint this famous editorial, written by a famous Southern editor.
Wednesday’s editorial was incorrect. The Paris Municipal Regional Planning Commission did not decide on the spur of the moment Monday morning to advance its meeting 3-1/2 days.
Last week, Congress and President Barack Obama delivered a Christmas miracle called “21st Century Cures” that will help improve the health of virtually every Tennessean.
Kert Blackwood’s Friday column on behalf of the local Volunteers for Freedom Tea Party included information on a company that has Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam as a member of its board of directors.
“People are very pleased that, being a businessman, Donald Trump doesn’t talk like a clever politician. But what’s disconcerting is that he doesn’t talk like a clever businessman either.”
Is it already too late to do anything about global climate change? Experts disagree on that, but tend to say together that time’s a-wasting. We need urgent action — if only we could agree on what action to take.
In the late 1950s, my life went through a polar shift, which took me from the life of a newspaperman writing and editing news for The Post-Intelligencer and set my feet toward theological seminary to prepare for the ministry.
The problem with trying to learn from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster is that even now, 30 years after the Soviet plant exploded, there’s no way to determine the actual cost.
New York primaries have cleared the campaign atmosphere to the point that the November election seems to present a choice between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
A hard-hitting editorial in The Tennessean in Nashville says our state has much to lose if it goes ahead with a package of bills that discriminate against minorities because of religion, sexual orientation and gender identity
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