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From News Director Tim Alsobrooks, Assistant News Director Cassie Walsh

HCSO Warns of Scam Where Someone Claims to be Deputies

Paris, Tenn.- In recent days the Henry County Sheriff’s Office has received complaints that someone is calling local residences and describing themselves as deputies of the sheriff’s office.The callers are asking for you to send them money to cover your fines or court cost. The person calling is hard to understand as they have a foreign accent. They will be asking you to send the money out of state or even out of the country.  

When they call your home the phone number to the sheriff’s office, 731-642-1672, is showing up on your caller ID.

This number is being obtained through a computer and is better known as a “spoof call”.  When you spoof a call you can use an application from the computer and call someone and make any number appear. This is done in hopes that you will answer the phone and that you will believe the number calling you is actually that person.  

Sheriff Monte Belew said, we want to get this information out in hopes that no one falls for this scam. We, at the sheriff’s office, will not call you and ask for money for any court fines or cost and we do not have anyone here that speaks with a broken foreign accent.   

Chief Deputy Damon Lowe said, "we are sorry that you are getting these calls, but in today’s world of scams you have to know who you are talking to. The complaints we have had said when they asked the caller who the current sheriff  was, the caller had no idea!"  

Belew said, there are times that someone from our office will need to call you, but each officer here will be able to identify themselves properly. Sheriff Belew reminded everyone to just be aware of who you are speaking with before you give out any personal banking information or credit card information.  

If anyone has any questions or concerns they can feel free to call the Henry County Sheriff’s Office at 731-642-1672 and speak with Sheriff Belew or Chief Lowe.

Man Charged With Drug, Illegal Weapon Possession

Paris, Tenn.- A man has been charged with several drug possession charges and being a felon in the possession of a handgun according to a report at the Paris Police Department. Ptl. Amber Roaten charged Arroyo C. Ray, 31, of 514 Foster St., with possession of schedule 6 with intent, simple possession of schedule two and four, and felon in possession of a weapon after finding several drugs and a gun at the residence.

The report stated Ptl. Roaten along with Sgt. Eric Long, and Ptl. Dereck Greenhill went to the residence on a domestic call and could smell marijuana which caused them to do a search. Ray admitted to all the narcotics being his and he was charged and placed on $25K bond.

County Comm. Meets Monday Night at 5pm

Paris, Tenn.- The Henry County Commission will meet in regular session Monday evening after being postponed last week because of winter weather. One of the items on the agenda is to establish the rules for the procedure for conducting a special election to fill the office of County Commissioner for the 2nd District. The seat has been vacant since the death of longtime commissioner Bobby Freeman in December. The meeting is open to the public and starts at 5pm.

Henry County Travels to Springfield Mon. for District Hoops

Springfield, Tenn.- Henry County will travel to Springfield on Monday evening for District 10-AAA basketball. The game was scheduled for Friday January 19th but was moved because of the winter weather. If you can’t make the drive you can listen to our broadcast on WLZK 94.1FM and streaming online at wmufradio.com beginning at 5:30pm.

Several People Arrested for DUI Over the Weekend

Buchanan, Tenn.- According to reports from the Henry County Sheriff’s Office, Deputy Frankie Scott arrested Adam Wilson, age 42 of Point Pleasant Road of Buchanan, for DUI, driving on a revoked license, felony evading and reckless driving.

Police received a call about a red sedan going across a bridge on Hwy 79 at a high rate of speed and crossing lines with other traffic. Deputy Scott saw the vehicle and he confirmed with radar that the car was going 121mph. Deputy Scott then turned around to conduct a traffic stop of the vehicle.

Deputy Scott followed the vehicle, but it failed to stop and the vehicle then sped through a four way stop on East Antioch where the vehicle almost crashed into another vehicle. Deputy Scott then called off the pursuit due to danger to the public. Deputy Scott continued to travel down East Antioch where he saw the vehicle sitting at the Buchanan Resort intersection. Deputy Scott was eventually able to stop the vehicle on Gracy Drive and when he spoke to the driver identified as Wilson he could smell alcohol coming from his breath. Wilson was then arrested and was placed on $3,500 bond.

Paris, Tenn.- Paris Police Sgt. Jamie James arrested Adriana Lopez, age 18 of Reynoldsburg Road of Paris, for DUI. Lopez was placed on $1,500 bond.

Sgt. James also arrested Scott Carroll, age 33 of Hwy 54 of Paris, for DUI. Carroll was placed on $1,500 bond.

Relay for Life Gospel Showcase is Friday, January 26th at KPAC

Paris, Tenn.- The local Relay for Life Fundraising Team called Elizabeth's Cancer Crushers will be holding their 2nd Annual Relay for Life Gospel Showcase on Friday, January 26th at 7pm at the Krider Performing Arts Center, located at 650 Volunteer Drive in Paris.

Join Elizabeth’s Cancer Crushers for great music and fellowship featuring some of our area's best musicians and vocalists including Rhonda Stanton, Young at Heart, Chuck Haney, Joe & Liz Hansen, Mike Holden. Ervin & Andrea Dutton with Marley Trosper and Elizabeth Cronin will also perform.

Elizabeth Cronin is a young cancer survivor from Paris with her own Relay for Life Team called Elizabeth's Cancer Crushers. The team includes family and friends who supported Elizabeth during her battle with cancer. This is the second year for The Gospel Showcase which is organized by Elizabeth's family and friends.

Admission to the show cost $8 per person and children under the age of 12 get in for free.  ​In case of inclement weather,  the event will be rescheduled for Saturday, February 9th.

So on Friday, January 26th join area gospel artists as they fill the house with heartfelt praises and beautiful music, and all for a wonderful cause.       

Bethel Choir and Bluegrass Band Performing at Fairview Baptist on Sunday

Paris, Tenn.- The Bethel University Choir and Bluegrass Band will be at the Fairview Baptist Church on Sunday, January 21st at 6pm at the church, which is located at 114 Memorial Drive in Paris. Admission is free, but a love offering will be taken.

WBFF Birth to 1-Year-Old, 2-Year-Old and 3-Year-Old Little Princes and Princesses Crowned

Pictured from left to right: 1-year-old Little Prince JoNoah Santana Kendall, 1-year-old Little Princess Ava Lynn Russell, 1st maid Myah Long and 2nd maid Havana Reign McClennan. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Paris, Tenn.- The 65th Annual World’s Biggest Fish Fry Little Princes and Princesses pageants wrapped up Fish Fry pageants on Sunday.

In the girls 1-year-old pageant, Ava Lynn Russell, the daughter of Heather and Antrun Russell of Paris, was crowned the 2018 1-year-old Little Princess; Myah Long, the daughter of Malcolm and Britney Long of Paris, was 1st maid; and Havana Reign McClennan, the daughter of Xzabreionia McClennan and Brent Rodreguiz of Paris, was 2nd maid.

In the boys 1-year-old pageant, JoNoah Santana Kendall, the son of Crystal Kendall of Paris, was crowned the 2018 1-year-old  Little Prince.

Pictured from left to right: 2-year-old Little Prince Easton Sawyer Pillow, 2-year-old Little Princess Faith Madison Tanner, 1st maid Malaya Fayth Johnson and 2nd maid Amelia Morgan Taylor. (Cassie Walsh photos)

In the girls 2-year-old pageant, Faith Madison Tanner, the daughter of Tina and Ricky Tanner of Puryear,  was crowned the 2018 2-year-old Little Princess; Malaya Fayth Johnson, the daughter of Madisyn Gorth and Conte Johnson of Paris, was 1st maid; and Amelia Morgan Taylor, the daughter of Josh Taylor and Ashley Taylor, was 2nd maid.

In the boys 2-year-old pageant, Easton Sawyer Pillow, the son of Andy and Amanda Pillow of Paris, was crowned the 2018 2-year-old Little Prince.

Pictured from left to right: 2018 3-year-old Little Princess  Annaliese Hudson. (Cassie Walsh photos)

In the girls 3-year-old pageant, Annaliese Hudson, the daughter of Jake and Bri Hudson, was crowned the 2018 3-year-old Little Princess.

WBFF Birth to 6 Months and 7-11 Month Little Princes and Princesses Crowned

Pictured from left to right: 2nd page Carson Workman, 1st page Lucas Riley Wilson, 0-6 month Little Prince Zydon Conte Johnson, 0-6 month Little Princess Khori Darcus, 1st maid Lena Mae Brockwell and 2nd maid Kamora Nored.  (Cassie Walsh photos)

Paris, Tenn.- The 65th Annual World’s Biggest Fish Fry Little Princes and Princesses pageants wrapped up Fish Fry pageants on Sunday.

In the girls birth to 6 months pageant, Khori Darcus, the daughter of  Charles Darcus of Paris, was crowned the 2018 birth to 6 months Little Princess; Lena Mae Brockwell, the daughter of Allie and Daniel Brockwell of McKenzie, was 1st maid; and Kamora Nored, the daughter of  Page Farmer and Deonte Nored of Paris,was 2nd maid.

In the  boys birth to 6 months pageant, Zydon Conte Johnson, the son of Madisyn Gorth and Conte Johnson of Paris, was crowned the 2018 birth to 6 months Little Prince; Lucas Riley Wilson, the son of Danette and Michael Wilson of Paris, was 1st page; and Carsynn Workman, the son of Lexi Wallace and Chris Workman of Puryear, was 2nd page.

Pictured from left to right: 7-11 month Little Prince Jackson Ray Williams, 7-11 month Little Princess Willow Winstead and 1st maid Londyn Dennis.(Cassie Walsh photos)

In the girls 7-11 months pageant, Willow Jean Winstead, the daughter of Darian Scheffer of Springville, was crowned the 2018 7-11 months Little Princess; and Londyn Dennis, the daughter of Heather Adkins of Mansfield, was 1st maid.

In the boys 7-11 months pageant, Jackson Ray Williams, the son of Michael and Amy Williams of Paris, was crowned the 2018 7-11 months Little Prince.

Gracie Osbron Crowned as the 2018 WBFF Hostess Princess

Pictured from left to right: 3rd maid Roezona Godbott, 1st maid Alison Reagor, 2018 World’s Biggest Fish Fry Hostess Princess Gracie Osbron, 2nd maid Elizabeth Page Alexander and 4th maid Gracie Milam. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Paris, Tenn.- The 65th Annual World’s Biggest Fish Fry pageants on Saturday wrapped up as eight women competed in the Hostess Princess pageant and Gracie Osbron, the daughter of Jamie and Shannon Osbron of Paris, was crowned the 65th Annual World’s Biggest Fish Fry Hostess Princess; Alison Reagor, the daughter of Susan and Eddie Reagor of Paris, was 1st maid; Elizabeth Page Alexander, the daughter of Monica and the late Levi Alexander of Springville, was 2nd maid; Roezona Godbott, the daughter of Greg and Valerie Godbott of Paris, was 3rd maid; and Gracie Milam, the daughter of Samantha and Bryant Milam of Buchanan, was 4th maid.

Leann Oliver from Commercial Bank and Trust also awarded Gracie Osbron with a $1,000 scholarship.

Leann Oliver from Commercials Bank and Trust awards Gracie Osbron with a scholarship. (Cassie Walsh photos)

The contestants in the Hostess Princess competed in casual and formal wear while also answering a question which was if you had one wish what would you wish for.

Gracie Osbron finds out that she was crowned the 2018 WBFF Hostess Princess. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Alison Reagor answered that she would wish for a cure to type one diabetes. Roezona Godbott said she would wish for that no one would go starving. Gracie Milam said that she wishes that when she grows up she wishes she would be successful in what she loves. Elizabeth Page Alexander said for diseases like cancer and other diseases to not exist because they take many people’s lives everyday. Gracie Osbron said graduate college, raise a strong family and love the man I would be married to.

All eight contestants in their formal wear for the 2018 WBFF Hostess Princess pageant. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Alison Reagor was sponsored by Joe Mahan Ford, Roezona Godbott was sponsored by Queens of Paris, Gracie Milam was sponsored by Milam Construction and Parsons and Milam Roughstock, Elizabeth Page Alexander was sponsored by Express Tan, Julie Dye was sponsored by Nissan of Paris, Hope Hutson was sponsored by Institutional Case Work Incorporated, Gracie Osbron was sponsored by Pot O’ Gold Bail Bonds, and Terran Jones was sponsored by Cabinet Corner.

The Emcee for all of Saturday’s pageants was Kaylee Clark Houston and the 2018 WBFF General Manager is Lisa Stone. The 65th Annual World’s Biggest Fish Fry Pageants we’re sponsored by the Paris- Henry County Jaycees. The WBFF Tiny Tots pageants will continue on Sunday, January 21st beginning at 1:30pm at KPAC.

2018 WBFF Jr. Queen, Miss Pre-Teen and Miss Teen Crowned

Pictured from left to right: 1st maid Bailey Williams, 2018 Junior Queen Madeline Gottshall and 2nd maid Hailey Wilson. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Paris, Tenn.- The 65th Annual World’s Biggest Fish Fry pageants continued on Saturday as three girls competed in the 2018 Junior Queen pageant.

Madeline Gottshall, the daughter of Todd and Megan Gottshall of McKenzie, was crowned the 2018 Junior Queen; Bailey Williams, the daughter of Michael and Amy Williams of Paris, was 1st maid; and Hailey Wilson, the daughter of Caleb and Ashley Wilson of Paris, was 2nd maid.

Nine girls competed in the 2018 WBFF Miss Pre-Teen pageant.

Pictured from left to right: 3rd maid Lily Morris, 1st maid Izzy Heidluf, 2018 Miss Pre-Teen Taylor French, 2nd maid Jayden Wilson and 4th maid Halle Casey. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Taylor Grace French, the daughter of Josh and Julie French of Paris, was crowned the 2018 Miss Pre-Teen; Izzy Heidluf, the daughter of Chris and Alisha Robbins and Rob Heidluf of Paris, was 1st maid; Jayden Wilson, the daughter of Caleb and Ashley Wilson of Paris, was 2nd maid; Lily Morris, the daughter of Brad and Pam Hosford of Paris, was 3rd maid; and Halle Ann Casey, the daughter of Josh and Cecelia Casey of Paris, was 4th maid.

Eleven teens competed in the 2018 WBFF Miss Teen Pageant.

Pictured from left to right: 3rd maid Bryleigh Hayes, 1st maid Madison Hopkins, 2018 Miss Teen Alyson Bizeau, 2nd maid McKenna Thrower and 4th maid Alyvia Taylor. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Alyson Bizeau, the daughter of Christie Bizeau and Brian and Amanda Bizeau of Paris, was the 2018 Miss Teen; Madison Hopkins, the daughter of Scott and Melissa Hopkins of Buchanan, was 1st maid; McKenna Rylee Thrower, the daughter of Michael and Sherry Thrower of Henry, was 2nd maid; Bryleigh Cate Hayes, the daughter of Chuck and Cheri Hayes of Paris, was 3rd maid; and Alyvia Taylor, the daughter of Jason and Vallena Wyatt of Buchanan, was 4th maid.

2018 WBFF Tiny Tot Princess and Little Miss Crowned

Pictured from left to right: 3rd maid Aubrey Leigh Brockwell, 1st maid Mia Kate Scott, Miss Tiny Tot Princess Sophia Isabelle Soto, 2nd maid Korey-Lee C. Kendall and 4th maid McKinlee Renee Rayburn. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Paris, Tenn.- The 65th Annual World’s Biggest Fish Fry pageants kicked off on Saturday as nine girls competed in the Tiny Tots pageant for girls age 4 to 5.

All nine contestants in the Tiny Tots pageant for girls ages 4 to 5. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Sophia Isabelle Soto, the daughter of Jesse and Heather Soto of Puryear, was crowned the 2018 Miss Tiny Tot Princess; Mia Kate Scott, the daughter of Haleigh Clary and Josh Scott of Springville, was 1st maid; Korey-Lee C. Kendall, the daughter of Nikki BoBo and Keenan Kendall of Paris, was 2nd maid; Aubrey Leigh Brockwell, the daughter of Adam and Christian Brockwell of Paris, was 3rd maid; and McKinlee Renee Rayburn, the daughter of Lisa Richardson and Jody Rayburn of Henry, was 4th maid.

Six girls competed in the Little Miss pageant which followed the Tiny Tots pageant for girls ages 4-5.

Pictured from left to right: 3rd maid Bostyn BoBo, 1st maid McKennon Miles, Little Miss Ella Flint, 2nd maid Ella Huston and 4th maid Macey Powell. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Ella Reese Flint, the daughter of Jordan and Nicole Holland of Paris, was crowned the 2018 Little Miss; McKennon Grace Miles, the daughter of  David Miles and Ashley Brasher of Paris, was 1st maid; Ella Noel Hutson, the daughter of Syd and Mallory Hutson of Puryear, was 2nd maid; Bostyn MaCayle BoBo, the daughter of Nikki BoBo of Paris, was 3rd maid; and Macey Powell, the daughter of James and Amanda Powell of Paris, was 4th maid.

All six contestants who competed in the Little Miss pageant. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Police Arrested Two People on Drug Charges

 Paris, Tenn.- According to a report from the Investigator Jeramye Whitaker of the Paris Police Department, Officers with the Metro Crime Unit arrested Rodriguez A. Arnold, age 26 of Paris, and Shirley Neblett, age 39 of Eva, for possession of a Schedule II controlled substance with the intent, simple possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a firearm during the course of a felony.

Police conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle for having a tinted license plate cover. When Sgt. Whitaker and Captain Watson spoke to the passenger and driver they could smell marijuana coming from the car.

Officers then conducted a search of the car where they found a bag of marijuana, 5.2 grams of methamphetamine, a marijuana cigarette, pair of digital scales and a loaded .38-caliber Jennings Arms handgun.

Arnold was also charged with driving on a revoked license, failure to appear and criminal trespassing. Arnold was placed $50,000 bond and Neblett was placed on $25,000 bond.

Paris Police Investigator Sgt. Jeramye Whitaker, Captain Watson, Paris Police  Investigator Derrek Colley, Henry County Sheriff’s Investigator Sgt. Jamie Myrick and Puryear Police Chief Dale Paschall assisted in the investigation.

Tug Boat Explosion in Calvert City Kills 3 Men and Injures 6 Others

Calvert City, KY.- According to a press release from the Kentucky State Police, Kentucky State Police Detectives were on the scene of a Friday morning explosion that killed three people and injured several others on the Tennessee River near Calvert City.

At 9:17am on Friday, January 19th, Marshall County Dispatch received a call reporting an explosion on a tug-boat docked on Hollinger Road. The Kentucky State Police and emergency personnel have finished on scene processing at the site of the explosion and the preliminary investigation has shown that the explosion occurred inside a docked tug-boat which was actively being worked on and the explosion resulted in a flash fire and subsequent small fire inside the tug boat.

The preliminary investigation has shown a total of 41 people present on site, but not all of them were on the tug boat at the time of the explosion. Three people were pronounced dead at the scene and several others were transported by various medical agencies for injuries they sustained from the explosion, which ranged from non-life threatening to life-threatening.

As a result of the explosion, Timothy L. Wright, age 52, of Calvert City, Kentucky, Jerome A. Smith, age 56, of Thibodaux, Louisiana, and Quentin J. Stewart, age 41, of Opelousas, Louisiana, were pronounced dead at the scene by the Marshall County Coroner.  Autopsies are scheduled for each of the deceased in Louisville on Saturday morning.

Six other people were transported to various hospitals for treatment of injuries from the explosion.  Javier Fuenes, age 21, was transported by ambulance to Marshall County Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.  Wilson Madrid, age 23, was transported by ambulance to Marshall County Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.  James Lang was transported by ambulance to Lourdes Hospital for treatment of serious injuries.  Tyler Wedington was transported by ambulance to Lourdes Hospital for treatment of serious injuries. Jimmy Lang was transported by helicopter to Vanderbilt for treatment of serious injuries.  Billy Counts was transported by helicopter to Vanderbilt for treatment of serious injuries.

The property on which the explosion took place is owned by First Marine.  The tug boat on which the explosion took place is owned by Smithland Towing. The workers present on the site of the explosion were from First Marine, Four Rivers Marine Coating, Hutco, and Thermal Control.

The investigation is continuing by Detective Eric Fields. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Kentucky State Police Post 1 at 270-856-3721 or anonymously at 1-800-222-5555.  Citizens may also report tips anonymously through the KSP app.  The app is available for iPhone, iPad and Android applications and can be easily downloaded free of charge through Apple and Google Play stores.

The Calvert City Fire Department, Gilbertsville Fire Department, East Marshall Fire Department, and Palma-Briensburg Fire Department responded, along with Marshall County Rescue Squad, Marshall County Office of Emergency Management, Marshall County Sheriff Office, Calvert City Police Department, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, Marshall County Ambulance, Livingston County Ambulance, Murray-Calloway County Ambulance, Mercy Ambulance, Air Evac, and the Kentucky State Police worked the scene.

Kentucky Lake Girls Softball Holding Sign-ups on Jan. 27th and Feb. 3rd and 10th at Hulmes

Paris, Tenn.- The Kentucky Lake Girls Softball League will be holding sign-ups on the Saturdays of January 27th, February 3rd and February 10th from 10am to 2pm at Hulmes Sporting Goods, located at 3735 HWY 641 in Paris.

The sign-ups will be for girls ages 6u through 16u and the player fee will be $55. Hulmes will also be having a big sale on their softball equipment during signups.

W.G. Rhea Public Library Will Reopen on Saturday, January 20th

Paris, Tenn.- The W. G. Rhea Public Library will be open Saturday, January 20th from 9am to 5pm. The Library wanted the public to know that parts of the parking lot and sidewalk are still dangerous in spots and the City and Library staff have been trying to make the area safe but the ice is not cooperating.  Please use caution when you visit the library.

Rep. Wirgau Leads Legislative Breakfast Fri. Morning

Rep. Wirgau discusses several topics at Friday's legislative breakfast. (David Jackson photos)

Paris, Tenn.- A Legislative breakfast was held Friday at Ann and Dave’s restaurant with guest speakers State Representative Tim Wirgau, 8th District US Representative David Kustoff and state senator John Stephens being given the opportunity to address the group in attendance. 

Congressmen Kustoff could not be in attendance due to current issues being addressed in Washington, but field representative Mary Ann Dunavant did give an update on efforts currently being addressed in congress specifically congressmen Kustoff’s support for a continued budget process.  She also pointed out the Kustoff closed his law office when elected to devote fulltime service to his position.

Dunavant discussed some of Kustoff's work in office.

Senator John Stephens did not attend the session while local state representative Tim Wirgau discussed several issues in his update starting with emphasizing the two years of surplus in the state budget with tax cuts being given on food.  He also noted that the state has not had to borrow money to complete several projects including the renovation of the Cordell Hall building in Nashville to better house the legislative offices and lower the footprint of government in the Nashville area. 

Attention was drawn to local efforts that have been or will be addressed in the near future with construction begun on the 641highway project to increase a corridor of access to Henry County.  That project has begun and will aid in economic growth for Henry and Benton counties.  Another issue that has been addressed is the demolition of Paris Landing State Park and rebuilding of facilities.  Wirgau questioned attendees as to when they had last stayed at the Inn?  Several had said they had and also were asked about their thoughts on the rooms to which all concluded, they were less than desired.  Unfortunately over the years the state has not budgeted funding for upkeep of facilities. 

While addressing the issue of individuals losing their jobs, Representative Wirgau assured individuals that all staff would be offered the opportunity to return once the demolition and reconstruction are complete.  It should be noted that the inn is the only portion of Paris Landing State Park that will be closed.  The marina, golf course, cabin rentals, and picnic, pavilion areas and swimming pool will continue to operate as in the past.

Wirgau also discussed some upcoming issues including that he expects a big push for the use of medical marijuana. A problem is with current federal laws concerning marijuana use.  Even with his conservative background, he has been “surprised by the testemonies of professionals concerning valid treatments for people.” 

Relay Meeting To Be Held Mon. Jan. 22nd

Paris, Tenn.- The first Relay for Life Team Meeting of 2018 is scheduled for Monday January 22nd at 6:30pm in the Skyvue Room at the Quality Inn. The meeting is open to all teams and team members or anyone who would like to form a team. It’s never too late to start a new team or host a Relay for Life Fundraiser.

This year is the 20th anniversary for Relay for Life in Henry County and organizers are hoping for the best year ever with a large community presence. For more information on how to get involved contact Tracey Beasley at 731-225-1729 and look at the Henry County Relay for Life Facebook page.

Arts Council to Hold Pancake Fundraiser Jan. 25th

Paris, Tenn.- The Paris Henry County Arts Council will have an all you can eat pancakes fundraiser on Thursday January 25th at First United Methodist Church from 11-1 for lunch and from 4-7pm for supper. Tickets are $8 per person and can be purchased at the Arts Council Office, online at the Art’s Council’s website, phcarts.com, from any board member, or at the door. Money raised benefits the Arts Council and its programs. Deputies from the Sheriff’s Office will be cooking the pancakes. It will be dine in or take out.


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