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Assistant News Director Cassie Walsh

 

Ann and Dave's to Host Veterans Christmas Benefit Saturday

Paris, Tenn.- Ann and Dave’s will host a breakfast and bake sale fundraiser this Saturday November 12th from 6-11am where a portion of proceeds and tips to local celebrity waiters will benefit Veterans Christmas. For more information contact the restaurant.

Veterans Honored at the Henry County Military Memorial


The Henry County Military Memorial Wall which currently honors 164 veterans that were killed during their military service. (Cassie Walsh photos)


Looking at the Henry County Military Memorial Wall remembering the Henry Countians that have served in the military. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Paris, Tenn.- Veterans who were killed in action and those who served in the military were honored at the Veteran’s Day Henry County Military Memorial Wall Ceremony at Weston Hall. The event was sponsored by the John Babb Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution and the Captain Charles Barham Chapter, Colonial Dames XVII Century.


Retired US Army Staff Sergeant and Desert Storm veteran, Dorothy Cook, recites a military poem.(Cassie Walsh photo)

Retired US Army Staff Sergeant and Desert Storm veteran, Dorothy Cook, recited a military poem at the Henry County Military Memorial dedication. Staff Sgt. Cook said," When you see a veteran thank them for their service and tell them how you are proud that they served to keep you free."

Linda Dunlap, head of the Henry County Genealogy, said that they received Weston Hall a few years ago in July 2014 and they wanted to use the hall to honor and remember those who served in the military. Currently the walls have pictures and stories about those who served in the military from the Civil War through the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.


Linda Dunlap explaining the names of veterans on the HC Military Memorial.(Cassie Walsh pics)

Over 400 veterans are up on the wall but there is a plan to expand the memorial to cover the rest of Weston Hall with veterans who have served, because there are over 3,500 Henry County military veterans that are not on the wall. There is also an archive of stories and facts about those who have served in the military that everyone can visit and find out more about the Henry County veterans that served our country.


Linda Dunlap showing Henry Countians where the stories on the veterans honored on the HC Military Memorial are located. (Cassie Walsh pics)

If you know of a veteran who is not currently listed in the Henry County Military Memorial you can fill out a form and bring the veteran’s information to the Henry County Archive and Genealogy Library located in Weston Hall at 215 Grove Blvd in Paris, so they can add your veteran to the Henry County Military Memorial.

$2 Movie Night Draws Crowd, Stocks Food Pantry

Paris, Tenn.- The First United Methodist Church's Food Pantry was restocked as a large crowd brougt canned food items to get into the movies at the Parisian Theatre for only $2 on Thursday night. The Parisian Theatre, FUMC, and WMUF/WLZK partnered up for the event. (Kyle Cronkright photos)

LBL Enters Stage 1 Fire Restrictions Due to Drought

Golden Pond, Ky.- Beginning Friday, November 11, at 8am, Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area will begin fire restrictions due to severe drought conditions and increasing fire danger.

The Stage 1 Fire Restriction includes:

Limiting campfires to Forest Service designated campgrounds and picnic areas where grills and metal fire rings are provided; Smoking only in vehicles or buildings, in developed recreation sites, or in areas cleared at least three feet in diameter of all flammable material; Possessing, discharging or using any kind of fire work or other pyrotechnic device is prohibited; Gas and propane stoves, lanterns or heating devices are permitted if such devices meet the fire underwriter’s specifications for safety.

“Fire Restrictions come in different stages and become more prohibitive with each stage,” says Todd Lerke, Fire Management Officer at Land Between the Lakes. “Most forests begin by implementing a Stage 1 Restriction. If conditions worsen, a Stage 2 Restriction is implemented. When conditions worsen, a forest closure is usually the next step, which means the public is not allowed to enter the boundaries of the national forest due to the danger.”

“Land Between the Lakes belongs to everyone,” says Duane Cameron, Law Enforcement Patrol Captain at Land Between the Lakes. “Please help us protect these valuable resources. If you see someone acting carelessly, please contact 9-1-1 or Forest Service Law Enforcement at 877-861-2457.”

People in violation of these restrictions are punishable by a fine of not more than $5000 for individuals and $10,000 for organizations and/or imprisonment for not more than six (6) months. 

For more information regarding forest recreation opportunities and fire restrictions or activity, please contact Land Between the Lakes at 270-924-2000, or online at www.landbetweenthelakes.us/alerts-notices.

For more information on how the U.S. Forest Service manages wildfire, visit http://www.fs.fed.us/managing-land/fire and http://www.fs.fed.us/about-agency/budget-performance/cost-fire-operations.

Golf Banquet Held This Week

Paris, Tenn.- The Henry County High School Golf Banquet was held this week at the Country Club. Award Winners were Cole Culpepper and Eli Todd, Senior Awards; Eli Todd, Sydney Williams, lowest average; Cameron May and Whitley Smith, newcomers of the year; and Leah Bell and Cameron May, academic awards. Pictured are Front Row L to R: Sydney Williams, JT Lagace, Jack Foster, Eli Ridgeway, Ethan Taylor, Adam Rogers, Whitley Smith, and Bentley Irby. Back Row: Eli Todd, Cole Culpepper, Mameron May, Trent Nichols, Leah Bell.

Patriots Travel to Centennial for Round Two of the Playoffs

Paris, Tenn.- Henry County hits the Road again for Round 2 of the TSSAA State Football playoffs. The Patriots battle Centennial at 7pm and its now win or go home the rest of the way. If you can’t make the trip to Brentwood, our broadcast begins at 6:30pm Friday evening on WLZK 94.1FM. You can also stream the game online via our website at wmufradio.com and listen via your phones by calling 415-325-0723 just remember standard rates apply.

Planning Commission Recommends Provisions for Memorial Drive B-1 Rezoning

Paris, Tenn.- The Paris Regional Municipal Planning Commission met on Thursday night and held discussion on rezoning and table of uses for Memorial Drive. This came from discussion at last week’s Paris City Commission regarding uses in the B-1 zone, as a request from Dr. Michael Boley, the Animal Doctor, has been looked over the last couple of months as he looks to expand his services at the vet clinic.

Several residents in the area voiced their concerns with issues at the City Commission meeting last Tuesday night. On Thursday, Community Development Director Jennifer Morris provided a list of uses in a B-1 zone compared to a B-3 zone to planners.

Dr. Boley was present at Thursday’s meeting and said the plans are to add grooming and boarding facilities at the Animal Doctor. The building would be estimated 20’ by 40’ with a concrete slab coming out for the animals. He doesn’t plan to add a space to treat farm animals, he does that on site instead of at the clinic, which was a concern with residents at the City Commission meeting last week. Dr. Boley has bought the lot next door, and plans on remodeling the house on the lot to use as well.

Planners had approved the change from B-3 to B-1 last month and recommended this month to keep the area rezoned B-1 with the added recommendation that provisions for Vet Clinics in commercial zones adjacent to residential areas be added. The City Commission will look to change the city ordinance to include conditional uses for the Vet Clinics in these type areas.

Planners also approved a revised site plan for the Chris Scott Office Building on East Wood Street. The revised site plan show a 3600 sq. foot office building as opposed to the original plan that shows two buildings virtually in the same space the new proposed building.

Student Advisory Council, Pirate Time Popular with Henry Students

Henry student Parker Scott, at podium, disusses the Student Advisory Council as Kaylie Hill and Teacher Regina Lindsey listen. (Tim Alsobrooks photos)

Paris, Tenn.- Henry Elementary School hosted the November Henry County Board of Education meeting on Thursday night and presentations were made by students on some unique programs at Henry, the Student Advisory Council and Pirate Time.

Henry Principal David Kibbler welcomed everyone to Henry School and said, "tonight we want to show you some things we do here at Henry to improve our student's experiences."

Kibbler said our presentations focus on a couple of things unique to Henry including working on issues discovered last year such as: students lacking a voice and not building solid relationships.

Henry now has a Student Advisory council with 9 members and they meet usually every other week. Regina Lindsey serves as the Teacher sponsor.

Parker Scott and Kaylie Hill discussed some of the things the Student Advisory Council discusses. Parker talked about some of the accomplishments already from the Council for students such as adding a 2nd cash register at the Salad Bar line to get students thru the line faster, presenting a snack cart to be available to the Middle School Students mid-morning, which will be implemented soon, and also holding a fundraiser in the future for Relay for Life.

Mrs. Lindsey said the students practice Roberts Rules of Order during the meetings and practice sharing their ideas and leadership skills. She added, “these are the student’s ideas, not any teachers, they get together to help each other out.”

Henry has also implemented Pirate Time, which resembles what used to be Life Skills classes. The program lets students talk about their goals, both short term and long term. Henry Student Trey House said, “we practice teamwork in Pirate Time, making eye contact when speaking with a group, and more” Parker Scott said, “Pirate Time teaches us about life skills and I get to learn more about my friends and their lifestyles and opinions.”

Board Hears Updates on Assessment Tests

Dr. Renea Wade discusses the different assessment test students in the system take. (Alsobrooks photo)

Paris, Tenn.- Dr. Renea Wade, Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction K-8, discussed the TN Ready, TCAP, and End of Curriculum Testing preparation. She said testing has gone thru many changes in the last few years including a new vendor, changing testing windows, score reporting, and other things.

The Testing windows for HCHS in the fall is November 18th thru December 16th. Elementary and Spring HCHS will be April 17th thru May 5th. She said not every student will be testing every day in those time frames.

Dr. Wade said the delivery format for the tests this year will be pencil and paper and the state plans to phase in online testing over time. This comes after last year the online system crashed on several system.

The math portion of the test includes a no calculator portion and a portion where a calculator can be used for middle school and high school tests. Social Studies test will go back to a field test, instead of operational tests and it will be determined by the state which systems do the Social Studies and which don’t this year.

In the high school, US History will be operational this year, with a writing portion. Biology/Chemistry is also on the high school portion. Dr. Wade said the parents will be able to see the score report and see their child’s strengths, weakness, etc.

Dr. Wade said said other assessment Tests this year include the ACT, Dual Credit courses, and more information is found under the students and families tab on the system’s website.

She said teachers are encouraged to provide more rigorous curriculum to help get students ready for these tests. The state has several resources on their Department of Education website for parents.

Dr. Norton said the statewide results are not great, but he assured board members our teachers are teaching and our students are learning. He said the rigor is finally now up to the benchmarks, so it will improve. Dr. Norton said, “after this rigorous assessment process, when our students walk across the graduation stage, they’re not just getting a diploma, they are ready for the next level of education or next step in life.”  

Follow Up SACs Re-accreditation Review Shows Progress

Paris, Tenn.- In his Director’s report, Dr. Norton, said the system wanted to do a review on the SACs Re-accreditation, to gauge how things were going. Dr. Norton said 22 classrooms were reviewed. Students are reading grade level text, getting opportunity to have conversation with their peers about the text, and instructionally everything is paying off that we moved ahead with last Spring. He said, “we aren’t preparing our students for a test, we are preparing them for life.”

Dr. Norton told the board they should have a 2017-18 School Calendar ready to look at and approve at the December board meeting. The meeting will be Thursday December 1st.  

HCBOE Approves Naming Facilities Policy

Director of Schools for Henry County Dr. Brian Norton presented the final policy to the board in regards to naming of Facilities. Dr. Norton said the only line added is that the “board reserves the right to remove names on facilities at any time, should issues arise.”

Dr. Norton also discussed the facilities project update with board members on Thursday night. Another public input meeting about artificial turf will be held in the next 7-10 days as an expert that deals with the artificial turf will be available to ask questions. The meeting should be set sometime in the next couple days. In regards to the bus garage and maintenance shop, final plans will be sent out for bids new week and construction should start soon.   

Henry Presents Dr. Norton With Candygram

Paris, Tenn.- In honor of November 17th being National School Superintendents' Day, Henry Prinicipal David Kibbler and student Trey House present HCSS Director Dr. Brian Norton with a Candygram. (Tim Alsobrooks photo)

HCSS and PSSD Jazz Concert on Nov. 12th Has Been Cancelled

Paris, Tenn.- The Henry County School System and the Paris Special School District and the combined Middle School Jazz Concert that was going to be held on Saturday November 12th at 7pm at the Krider Performing Arts Center has been cancelled.

Winders Brothers Recognized at Cross Country Banquet

Brentwood, Tenn.- The Mid South Cross Country Association's annual banquet was held in Brentwood earlier this week and two of Henry County's runners were recognized for earning All-Conference Honors.

Junior Titus Winders was named to the First All-Conference Team and his brother Freshman Silas Winders was named to the Second All-Conference Team. Titus made the Second Team last year and Silas was the only Freshman on the All-Conference team this year.

The MSCCA is the largest Cross Country Conference in the state.

Paris Henry County Animal Shelter Celebrates NASW

PHC Animal Shelter employee Matthew Paschall helps someone adopt a dog Thursday morning as fees are waived until Thurs. at 1pm for celebration of NASW. (Tim Alsobrooks photos)

Paris, Tenn.- The Paris Henry County Animal Shelter has been celebrating National Animal Shelter Week and until 1pm Thursday will waive their adoption fees.

Matthew Paschall, employee at the shelter, said "currently we have about 18 dogs, ranging in many breeds and sizes, and 8 cats and a kitten."

If you are looking to adopt a pet, the shelter makes sure you have adequate fencing if you live in the city limits. Then the there is a $5 fee and a $25 spay and neuter fee. Once you take the animal to a Vet of your choice and have them spay and neutered, the City refunds that fee.

The Shelter is open 11:30am to 5pm Monday thru Friday and 11am to 3pm on Saturdays.

Keep Paris Henry County Beautiful Paper Shredding Event Tues.

Paris, Tenn.- Keep Paris and Henry County Beautiful and the Tennessee Department of Transportation is sponsoring a Super Paper Shredder event on Tuesday November 15th. The event will be hosted by the Henry County Recycling Center, located at 450 Recycling Drive and will be held Tuesday from 10am to 2pm.

This is a great opportunity to destroy old files, personal documents, and unwanted junk mail. Stop identity theft by destroying old legal and financial records. For more information call 642-3162 or 642-5170.

HCHS Basketball Season Tickets on Sale

Paris, Tenn.- Henry County High School basketball season begins on Tuesday November 15th with a home game in the Hall of Champions game against Trenton Peabody at 5:30pm. Season tickets are on sale now at the front office of Henry County High School for $55 for 14 home games.

McDonald's Cares To Raise Funds for the Madrigals Monday

Paris, Tenn.- McDonalds in Paris will donate 20% of sales to the Henry County High School Madrigals on Monday November 14th from 4-7pm. McDonald’s Cares program sponsors the event and sales in the restaurant and thru the drive thru will benefit the Madrigals so make plans to eat supper there Monday.

HCHD to Host Ornament Contest for 4th and 5th Graders

Paris, Tenn.- The Henry County Highway Department is hosting a Christmas ornament contest for 4th and 5th graders in Henry County. Ornaments should not be larger than 6” x 6” except a star, which can be 12” x 12”. Ornaments must be made out of recycled materials.

Ornaments are to be dropped off by Wednesday November 30th at the Henry County Highway Department office. The ornaments will be displayed on the Christmas Tree at the Highway Department and viewed December 5th thru 16th.

1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes will be awarded for best recycled decorations. Items will be judged by the Henry County litter program. For more information on the contest call 642-3162.

Bethel U. to Hold Information Session at Paris Campus Thurs.

Paris, Tenn.- Bethel University will hold an information session on Thursday from 5-7pm at the Paris Campus, located across the street from Henry County Medical Center.

The information session will be to learn more about the Management degree programs for busy professionals. To attend, RSVP by calling 270-243-4321 or 731-415-7315. More information can be found online at www.bethesuccess.net 

Thurs. is $2 Movie Night at Parisian Theatre

Paris, Tenn.- Thursday is $2 movie night at the Parisian Theatre where you can get into the movie for only $2, when you bring two food items to help stock the food pantry at First United Methodist Church. Doors open at 6:30pm and movies begin around and after 7pm. Food items must be in date and can include macaroni and cheese, canned tuna, spam, beef ravioli, canned fruit, canned soups, canned vegetables, grape or strawberry jam or jelly, peanut butter, powdered milk, and cereals.

Masquerade Jewellery Sale Thursday, Friday at HCMC

Paris, Tenn.- The Henry County Medical Center Ladies Auxiliary will hold the Masquerade Jewellery and accessories sale Thursday and Friday of this week at the Henry County Medical Center in ground floor rooms 2 and 3. The sale will be 7am to 7pm Thursday and 7am to 3pm Friday.

County, City Officers Respond to Thefts

Paris, Tenn.- A report at the Henry County Sheriff’s Office stated a home on Edgar Cemetery Road was broken into when someone removed the window A/C unit and entered thru the window. Items stolen included two jackets, speakers, beer, a 32 inch TV, a cabinet with a whiskey bottle, and an Atari game system. The stolen items were valued at $2200.

Ptl. Jordan Klutts of the Paris Police Department responded to a home on Lone Oak Road in reference to a stolen gun. A Ruger 30.06 valued at $1150 was missing. There are no suspects at this time.

R.E.A.L. Hope Boston Butt Sale Friday and Saturday

Paris, Tenn.- The 5th Annual Boston Butt sale benefiting the R.E.A.L. Hope Youth Center pickup is set for this Friday and Saturday. Reserve your Butt, cooked and ready to eat or cooked and frozen for later by calling 731-333-1320. Money raised benefits the R.E.A.L. Hope Youth Center.

Pick-up times for the Boston Butts are Friday 5-8pm and Saturday 10am to 3pm. The pick-up is next to Lakeway IGA on East Wood Street in Paris. 

HC Military Memorial Wall Dedication Friday at 1pm

Paris, Tenn.- A dedication ceremony for the Henry County Military Memorial Wall will be held on Veterans Day, Friday November 11th at 1pm at Weston Hall, 215 Grove Blvd. All Henry County residents, veterans, and active military personnel are invited to attend to honor our veterans who are posted on the Military Memorial Wall. Those who have not yet seen the Wall are encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be served after the ceremony.

Reminder: City of Paris to Celebrate City Animal Shelter Thurs.

Paris, Tenn.- The City of Paris will celebrate and recognize our own local Animal Shelter on Thursday November 10th. Celebration will be held from 11am to 1pm and everyone is invited to come by the shelter, meet the residents, and consider adopting one of the animals.

Adoption fees will be waived during the event for anyone wishing to adopt an animal. The shelter is located at 445 Recycling Drive, just past the recycling center. You may access the shelter from East Wood Street next to Delta Contractors, or off Fairgrounds Road turning in front of Abbott’s Print Shop.

During the celebration on November 10th a container will be available to collect pet food donations and treats. Walmart, Kroger, Sav-A-Lot, and Lakeway IGA have already donated 250 pounds of dog and cat food.

Nearly $2300 Raised in Pink Out Game

McKenzie, Tenn.- Huntingdon Junior Morgan Fuller expresses appreciation to all of the attendees and participants who helped raise $2292 to help her with her ongoing fight with cancer. Fuller was presented the check following the girls basketball game between Huntingdon and McKenzie middle schools Monday night at McKenzie middle school. Even though competition is always strong between Huntingdon and McKenzie, students and parents of both communities work to raise money on her behalf.

HC Voters Overwhelmingly Select Trump; Wirgau Wins

Paris, Tenn.- Henry County voters were solidly behind Donald Trump in the Presidential race as he took over 73% of the vote with 9,483 votes. Hillary Clinton won 3,061, or nearly 24%.

Almost 65% of registered voters came to the polls for the 2016 November election in Henry County, with 13,037 votes cast. That is lower than the amount of votes cast during the Presidential race in 2012, when 13,703 Henry Countians voted. Some provisional votes could still come in to push this year’s totals a little higher. This year’s Absentee and Early Vote count was 8,132 and 4,905 came to vote on Election Day as the trend for more Early Voting vs. Election Day votes are cast.

In the only truly contested race locally, Henry County helped re-elect incumbent Tim Wirgau to continue to serve in the Tennessee House 75th district. Wirgau won 7,576 votes in Henry County defeating Democratic nominee Daniel Powell who had 2,946 votes, and Independent Challenger James Hart came in with 955 votes. Wirgau received nearly 66% of the vote.  

None of the other races were contested on the ballot Tuesday night.

In other races, Jackie Jones and Terry Fuller won their seats for four year terms and Gayle Griffith was elected to an unexpired two year term, receiving 2403or 99% of the vote, and was the top vote getter. Fuller took 2114 and Jones grabbed 1568 votes.

In Cottage Grove, David Jackson will take a seat as the new mayor, winning 34 votes or about 92%. Matthew McClure and John Weiher, who qualified before the deadline to run as alderman were both elected. Matthew McClure took 30 votes and Weiher grabbed 24 votes. Others qualified as write-in candidates but will not verified until 10 days later.

Henry voted to re-elect its Mayor Michael Gross, as he grabbed 94% of the vote with 121 votes. Henry also voted for two alderman, Charles Barnes, and Todd Danielson. Barnes took 106 votes, Danielson grabbed 95 votes.

Puryear residents re-elected David Varner as mayor. Varner received over 96%, with 194 votes.  Rebecca Haynes and Billy Robinson were elected to serve four year terms as alderman with Haynes receiving 151 votes and Robinson receiving 139. Mitch Sykes will serve an unexpired term after receiving 196 votes in Puryear. Verla Smith was re-elected as City recorder with 206 of 207 votes cast.

In the U.S. House of Representatives 8th District, Republican candidate David Kustoff won Henry County with 7,195 votes or almost 63%. Democratic candidate Rickey Hobson won 21% or 2457 votes, and Independent James Hart won 1,219 votes or almost 11%.

Benton County Final Voting Totals

Total Voters - 6422

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 4715

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 1474

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 4525

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 3980

              Daniel Powell – 1708

              James Hart – 361

Benton County Wine at Retail Food Stores

              For – 4217

              Against – 1863


Stewart County Final Voting Totals

Total Voting - 5337

Donald Trump/Mike Pence –3864

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine –1222

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 3242

              Daniel Powell – 1112

              James Hart – 597

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff –3864

              Ricky Hobson – 1222


Henry County Voting Totals

Precinct - Russwood

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 1049

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 260

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 828

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 824

              Daniel Powell – 243

              James Hart – 110

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 824

              Ricky Hobson – 216

Precinct - Tech Center

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 911

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 403

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 784

              Daniel Powell – 340

              James Hart – 86

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 718

              Ricky Hobson – 319

Commissioner Paris

              Terry Fuller – 810

              Jacquelyn Jones – 653

Unexpired Term

              Gayle Griffith – 991

Precinct - Jones Chapel

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 1228

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 274

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 1076

              Daniel Powell – 261

              James Hart – 101

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 1002

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 979

              Ricky Hobson – 214

Precinct - Henry

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 934

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 229

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau –716

              Daniel Powell – 249

              James Hart – 102

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 703

              Ricky Hobson – 183

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 759

City of Henry

              Mayor

              Michael R. Gross – 121

              Alderman

              Charles W. Barnes – 106

              Todd Danielson – 95

McKenzie Ward IV

              Randy Callahan – 2

For Sale of Alcohol - 2

Against - 1

Precinct - Cottage Grove

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 714

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine –169

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 474

              Daniel Powell – 310

              James Hart – 67

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 569

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 523

              Ricky Hobson – 141

City of Cottage Grove

              Mayor

              David Alan Jackson – 34

             Alderman

              Matthew McClure – 30

              John Weiher III – 24

Precinct - Puryear

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 826

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 220

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 613

              Daniel Powell –246

              James Hart – 84

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 617

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 590

              Ricky Hobson –198

Precinct - HCHS

Donald Trump/Mike Pence –1003

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 291

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 876

              Daniel Powell – 258

              James Hart – 80

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff –820

              Ricky Hobson – 224

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 830

Commissioner Paris

              Terry Fuller – 536

              Jacquelyn Jones – 420

Unexpired Term

              Gayle Griffith – 627

Precinct - Paris City Hall

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 500

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 438

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 400

              Daniel Powell – 339

              James Hart – 74

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 444

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 369

              Ricky Hobson – 336

Commissioner Paris

              Terry Fuller – 345

              Jacquelyn Jones – 205

Unexpired Term

              Gayle Griffith – 339

Precinct - Grove

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 408

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 358

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 379

              Daniel Powell – 244

              James Hart – 43

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 362

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 314

              Ricky Hobson – 271

Commissioner Paris

              Terry Fuller – 423

              Jacquelyn Jones – 290

Unexpired Term

              Gayle Griffith – 446

Precinct - Springville

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 330

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 69

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 269

              Daniel Powell – 67

              James Hart – 27

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 261

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 246

              Ricky Hobson – 56

Precinct - Mansfield

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 532

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 167

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 410

              Daniel Powell – 150

              James Hart – 62

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 424

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 385

              Ricky Hobson – 125

Precinct – Oakland

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 606

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 114

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 422

              Daniel Powell – 155

              James Hart – 80

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 425

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 417

              Ricky Hobson – 107

Precinct – Buchanan

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 442

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 69

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 333

              Daniel Powell – 84

              James Hart – 39

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 320

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 307

              Ricky Hobson – 67


Henry County Early Voting Totals

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 5876

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 1985

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 4641

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 4842

              Daniel Powell – 1845

              James Hart – 532

US Rep. 8th Con. Dist

              David Kustoff – 4517

              Ricky Hobson – 1567

City of Cottage Grove

              Mayor

              David Alan Jackson – 11

             Alderman

              Matthew McClure – 9

              John Weiher III – 9

City of Henry

              Mayor

              Michael R. Gross – 50

              Alderman

              Charles W. Barnes – 42

              Todd Danielson – 44

McKenzie Ward IV

              Randy Callahan – 1

Commissioner Paris

              Terry Fuller – 1459

              Jacquelyn Jones – 1112

Unexpired Term

              Gayle Griffith – 1679

City of Puryear

              David Varner – 72

              Alderman

              Rebecca Haynes – 57

              Billy J. Robinson – 53

              Un Term – Mitch Sykes – 74

              Recorder

              Verla Smith - 81


Benton County Early Voting Totals

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 3255

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 1074

TN 24th Senate

              John Stevens – 3091

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 2746

              Daniel Powell – 1245

              James Hart – 240

Benton County Wine at Retail Food Stores

              For – 2862

              Against – 1376


Stewart County Early Voting Totals

Donald Trump/Mike Pence – 2661

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 930

TN 75th District

              Tim Wirgau – 2200

              Daniel Powell – 812

              James Hart – 428


Henry County Receives Three Star Award

Nashville- Governor Bill Haslam and the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development presented ThreeStar awards at the 2016 Governor’s Conference on Economic and Community Development in Nashville in October.

The ThreeStar program provides a substantial impact to the Paris-Henry County community. Each of the items purchased with the Three Star grant will help to improve opportunities for new jobs for the community thru improved marketing and promotional materials and presentations. 

The ThreeStar program is a vital component to Tennessee’s overall level of success, providing counties with a framework for continued economic and community strength. Annual participation in the ThreeStar program helps communities develop a strategy and a plan to address Governor Haslam’s five priorities for public policy that include: jobs and economic development; fiscal strength and efficient government; public safety; health and welfare; and education and workforce development. The program encourages local community leaders, representing the five program areas, the Joint Economic and Community Development Board, and other key community stakeholders to implement activities that will impact the quality of life issues and therefore, their global competitiveness.

Benefits of certification include a four percent discount on the required match rate for select state and federal grants. Participation in certain state programs, such as the TN Downtown Revitalization Program, Select Tennessee Property Evaluation Program, and the Tourism Enhancement Grant Program require the county is ThreeStar certified. Additionally, certified counties designated as Tier 2 and Tier 3 are eligible for an annual grant to serve as seed money for activities focused on improving at least one of the measured areas of the program.

To learn more about the ThreeStar program, visit TN.gov/ECD/ThreeStar.

Grand Jury Returns 24 True Bills in Monday Session

Paris, Tenn.- The Henry County Grand Jury returned 24 true bills during an all-day session on Monday. A true bill means there was enough evidence to hear the case and hand down indictments. The Grand Jury also returned one “no true” bill in Monday’s session, not finding enough evidence to indict Andrew Paschall, age 53 of Puryear, for assault.

Victor Sims, age 25, of Paris, was indicted on three attempts to commit first degree murder by the Grand Jury on Monday. The incident occurred July 8, 2016 when Sims fired a gun at three women in a vehicle around Ogburn Park.

Karen Rowlett, age 44, of Buchanan was indicted on a reckless homicide charge, stemming from August of 2015 in death of her six year old adopted son, where a toxicology report indicated that there was a deadly amount of prescription and other drugs in his system.

Christopher Fielder, age 40 of Paris, was indicted on a charge of aggravated arson. The charge stems from a Lone Oak Road fire in September, where Fielder was found with burn marks on his arm and lighter fluid found at the scene of the fire where Fielder was.

Other indictments include Deshar Patton, stalking, Tara Woodard, child neglect, Steven Trent, possession of meth and evading, Jennifer Cobb of Dover, for prescription fraud, Leon Foster, Paris, for cocaine possession with intent to deliver, and Brooke Miller, aggravated child neglect. Arraignment hearings are set for Monday November 14th.

Over $1K Worth of Items Stolen From Henry Home

Henry, Tenn.- A report at the Henry County Sheriff’s Office stated that a home on Starky Loop Road in Henry. The report said that a man returned home to find his front door had been kicked in and over $1K worth of items were missing. Stolen items included a 48 inch TV, bluray player, a Ruger 9mm pistol, and some diamond earrings. There are no suspects at this time.

Trekking 400 Miles for Our Veterans


(Gretchen Catherwood photo)

Paris, Tenn.- Jerry Oleson, a board member for the Darkhorse Lodge, began his trek for the Darkhorse Lodge on Monday, November 7th. He will be walking from Paris, TN to Byron, IL with two other Marines. Oleson will be running 400 miles in 4 days and he plans to finish his trek on Veterans Day, Friday, November 11th. The Henry County Sheriff's Department helped Oleson's trek out of Henry County go safely as Oleson's runs from Paris to Byron, Illinois.


(Gretchen Catherwood photo)

The goal of Oleson’s trek isn't about going 400 miles in 4 days, it's bringing awareness to the hardships our combat veterans face day in and day out and to remind everyone to say thank you to those veterans.

The Darkhorse Lodge of Paris is a nonprofit organization that is trying to raise enough money to build their combat veteran lodge, to say thank you to all veterans and give them a peaceful retreat for them to relax at no cost to them. You can make a donation in honor of a veteran you know just by visiting www.darkhorselodge.org. You can find out how a small donation makes a big difference, especially to our veterans.


(Cassie Walsh photo)

The Darkhorse Lodge also wanted to say thanks to all the teams that have completed their 2016 Trek for Troops fundraiser and they appreciated everyone that took the time to try and raise money for the Darkhorse Lodge.

Polls Open 7am to 7pm Tuesday for Election Day

Paris, Tenn.- Polls are open across Henry County from 7am to 7pm Tuesday as Election Day finally has arrived. Voting on Tuesday will only be done at your voting precinct, not at the Election Commission Office. If you have questions on which precinct you vote at call the Henry County Elections Commission Office during regular business hours Tuesday at 642-0411. In addition to the President, Henry County voters have some local races on the ballot as well.

WMUF/WLZK will broadcast Tuesday’s Election results on WLZK 94.1FM starting at 6:30pm with commentary, and results once they come in after 7pm. Election results will also be streamed and posted on our website, wmufradio.com.

Huge Crowd Attends Havoc in HC Boxing Event Saturday

Paris, Tenn.- Paris Downtown Boxing hosted the second annual HAVOC in Henry County Saturday Night at Central School. There were almost  four hundred in attendance including boxing gyms from six different states. The tournament included eighteen bouts with participants ranging in age from eight to twenty five years old.

Fight of the night was awarded to bout sixteen between Paris Downtown’s, Jacob Crabtree and Team Tomlin’s, Ty Tomlin. Crabtree was the winner of the bout. Team Trophy was awarded to Restoration House Boxing Academy from Memphis, TN. Coach Derik Moon expressed his appreciation for the support from the Paris Optimist Club and our Community. (Shannon French photo)

Bethel U. Hendrix Scholarship Competition This Weekend

McKenzie, Tenn.- Bethel University’s most prestigious scholarship, the Hendrix Scholarship Competition for the 2017 school year, is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 11 and Saturday, Nov. 12 on Bethel’s McKenzie campus. The Hendrix Scholarship Competition is a premier scholarship program established in 1988 by Mr. Willard R. Hendrix of Nashville, Tenn. The competition is for traditional undergraduate prospective students.

According to Tina Hodges, Director of Admissions, a student must be a high school senior with at least a 3.25 GPA and a 23/1050 or above ACT/SAT score to be considered for the competition.

“The winner of the competition will earn a full tuition, room and board scholarship for four years,” Hodges said. “The runner-up will earn a full tuition scholarship for four years, and all other competitors who compete will be considered for Bethel's remaining institutional grants.” 

Hodges pointed out that students must maintain a cumulative GPA while in college to keep the scholarship.

Hodges also said that students who qualify for a Bethel University staff waiver are not eligible to compete in the Hendrix competition.

For more information about the Hendrix Scholarship Competition and to apply for competition, please contact the Office of Admissions at 844-Bethel-1 or email admissions@bethelu.edu, or go to www.bethelu.edu/hendrix.

Final UTM Fall Preview Day This Saturday

Martin, Tenn.- The University of Tennessee at Martin will host a final Fall Preview Day this Saturday November 11th for high school students wishing to learn more about the university and admissions processes. On Saturday, students will be able to speak with academic advisers, financial counselors, and other campus resources.

Check in starts at 9am and a full campus tour is at 11:30am. Fall Preview Day is the ideal place to have questions answered about academic programs, financial aid and scholarships, student activities, and residence life. There is no charge to attend.

Register online at utm.edu/preview or call 731-881-7020 for more information, or email admitme@utm.edu.

Highway Dept. to Close Barnett Road

Paris, Tenn.- The Henry County Highway Department will close Barnett Road off Henry Midway Road on Tuesday and Wednesday this week for culvert replacement. The road will be open for afternoon traffic both days.

Law Enforcement Busy Over the Weekend

Paris, Tenn.- A report at the Henry County Sheriff’s Office stated that a home on Guthrie Road was entered and several items stolen when the door was pryed open. Stolen from the home were a Sanyo 50-55 inch TV, a circular saw, chainsaw, power drills, window A/C unit, and more. The items stolen were valued at over $700 and there are no suspects at this time.

Ptl. Steven Dean, Jr., of the Paris Police Department, responded to a home on South Highland Street were $65 in cash, prescription medication, and a Samsung Galaxy S6 phone were all stolen. The victim told Ptl. Dean, Jr. that they had a get together at the house this weekend and the items were missing after everyone left. Investigation is continuing.

Lt. Ricky Watson of the Paris Police Department charged Jared E. Fitzgerald, age 27, of 1611 Lone Oak Road, for simple possession of schedule 6 and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Cpl. Brian Davis of the Henry County Sheriff’s Office responded to Henry County Medical Center and found a man who was being treated to have active warrants. Cpl. Davis charged John A. Lamar, age 35, of Kentucky for resisting arrest and warrants from Kentucky.

Dep. David Andrews of the Henry County Sheriff’s Office responded to Mill Creek Road to cows being out and ended up issuing a citation to the owner for animals running at large. It was found that the owner, Travis Hale, age 23, of 960 Rose Lane, was wanted for felony warrants for aggravated assault and theft.

A truck valued at $6500 was reported stolen from a home on Hwy. 69 S. according to a report at the Paris Police Department. Investigation is continuing.

Paris Thunder 11U Win Fall Finale Championship

Mayfield, Ky.- The Paris Thunder 11U baseball team won the USSSA Fall Finale Championship this past weekend in Mayfield. The Thunder beat the Clarksville Orioles in the semi-finals and the West Kentucky Bombers in the Championship game. For more information on Thunder baseball like their Facebook page.

USSSA MVP and All American Team awards went to Carson Tucker, MVP, Ryan Bradley, Jackson Mosely, and Brock Archie, All American Team.

HC Cross Country Team Finishes 7th in State

Nashville, Tenn.-  At the TSSAA State Cross Country Championships on Saturday, November 5th at Percy Warner Park in Nashville, the Henry County HS Cross Country team finished 7th overall in the Division 1 AAA Boys 5K Race. There were 24 teams with 182 runners that competed in Saturday's event.

Titus Winders finished 3rd overall with a time of 15:37. Silas Winders finished 15th overall with a time of 16:28. Cole Davis finished 63rd overall with a time of 17:28. Zach Cutright finished 94th overall with a time of 17:56. Cooper Smith finished 108th overall with a time of 18:04. Jarrett Hayes finished 134th overall with a time of 18:36. Devin Prichett finished 151st overall with a time of 19:09. Titus and Silas made the All-State team.

Camden Man Arrested for 3rd Driving on Revoked Offense

Paris, Tenn.- According a report from the Paris Police Department, Paris Police Jamie James arrested Nicholas A. Melton, age 28 of 993 Flatwoods Road of Camden, on Friday for driving on a suspended license.

Ptl. James conducted a traffic stop of a truck for the passenger not wearing her seat belt. When Ptl. James made contact with the driver identified as Melton, Ptl. James ran Melton’s drivers license and he found that Melton was driving on a revoked license.  Melton had two prior driving on a revoked license. Melton was placed on $3,000 bond.

Puryear Country Club Road Closed Monday and Tuesday

Puryear, Tenn.- Puryear Country Club Road on the east end will be closed to through traffic Monday, November 7th and Tuesday, November 8th for road improvement.

An alternate route to get to Harrelson School will be to take Hwy. 140 to Puryear, take a left onto Hwy. 641 then onto Puryear Country Club Road. The road will reopened for late afternoon traffic on both days.

Gasden Man Arrested for Multiple Felonies

Paris, Tenn.- According to a report from the Henry County Sheriff’s Department, Deputy John Krezinski arrested Glenn E. Johnson, age 28 of 700 Jay Bird Lane of Gadsden,TN, on Thursday for robbery, evading arrest and driving on a revoked license second offense.

Johnson was placed on a total of 28,500 bond.

HCHS Marching Patriots Chili Supper and Auction is Nov. 8th

Paris, Tenn.- The Henry County High School Marching Patriots Band’s Annual Chili Supper and Silent Auction will be held on Tuesday, November 8th at the First United Methodist Church in Paris. Lunch is available from 11am until 2pm and dinner will be from 4pm until 7pm.

The Marching Patriots will be selling tickets in advance and tickets will cost $10 each at the door. This ticket entitles one to a delicious eat-in or to-go-order: Chili supper with all the fixings, pimento cheese sandwich or hot dog, homemade dessert and drink. Children under four years of age eat free without a ticket.

The Marching Patriots have gathered items from local merchants. There will be plenty of items to bid on at the Silent Auction. The silent auction will end at 7pm. Money raised at the event will support the HCHS Marching Patriots band program.

Hopkinsville Man Arrested on Multiple Counts of Possession

Paris, Tenn.- According to a report from the Henry County Sheriff’s Department, Trooper Caleb Cooper arrested James Michael White, age 66 of 210 Edwards Mills Road of Hopkinsville, on Thursday for public intoxication, four counts of possession of a schedule IV substance, and two counts of possession of a schedule II substances with intent.

White was placed on $25,000 bond.

On Veterans Day Remember Those Who Serve Our Country


(Cassie Walsh photos)

Paris, Tenn.-  At Saturday's 9th Annual Veteran’s Day Parade members of the military including WWII veterans led by Grand W.C. Elkins of Paris. Also in the parade was the Paris Fire Department, Henry County Sheriff’s Office, Paris Police Department, State Guard and the Henry County High School Marching Patriots band performed Patriotic songs in memory of those who have died and those who have served and are serving in our military to protect our freedoms everyday.


(Cassie Walsh photos)

Veterans Day is Friday, November 11th, so if you see or know someone who is or has served in the military stop by and thank them for their service and all of the sacrifices they have made.

Highlights from Patriots Victory Over the Cardinals

#16 Ethan Thompson hauls in a 31yd touchdown pass.


Ethan Thompson (Timothy Pharr photos)

#35 Alex Coffiew and a fellow Patriot stop the Brighton quarterback's 2pt conversion attempt, which sealed the Patriot's victory Friday night.


Alex Coffiew and a fellow Patriot (Timothy Pharr photos)

#3 Lukas Reynolds with a block from #33 Donovan Teague breaks away from a Brighton defender.


Lucas Reynolds and Donovan Teague (Timothy Pharr photos)

Madrigals Performing at Christmas Open House on Nov. 5th

Paris, Tenn.- The Madrigals will be performing on Saturday evening November 5th from 6pm to 8 pm strolling downtown Paris with songs during this weekend’s Christmas Open House in downtown Paris. 

'Tis the Season for Christmas


(Cassie Walsh pics)


(Cassie Walsh pics)

Paris, Tenn.- Friday night kicked off Downtown Paris’ Christmas Open House event. At Friday’s Love Lights A Tree, everyone came out and listened to the Inman Middle School  band perform, while they watched as the Relay for Life lit the tree for the holiday season. With a $5 donation to the Henry County Relay for Life, each light on the Christmas tree was lit in honor or in remembrance of those who have faced cancer.


(Cassie Walsh pics)

HCHS Survives Overtime to Advance to 2nd Round of Playoffs

Brighton, Tenn.- In the first round of the playoffs, the Henry County Patriots traveled to Brighton to face the Brighton Cardinals.  Henry County defeated Brighton in overtime winning 41-40. Henry County will advance to play the Centennial Cougars in Centennial on Friday, Nov. 11th at 7pm.

In the 1st quarter, Henry County’s Caleb McCutcheon scored an 8yd touchdown and the score at the end of the 1st quarter, Patriots 7 Cardinals 0.

In the 2nd quarter, Patriots Bailey Armas scored a 25yd field goal. Then Caleb McCutcheon and Ethan Thompson both had a Patriot touchdown. And the Cardinals scored two touchdowns, but failed on the 2nd point after attempt. The score at the end of the 2nd quarter, Henry County 24 Brighton 13

In the 3rd quarter, the Patriots’ Lukas Reynolds scored a touchdown and the Cardinals answered with a field goal. The score at the end of the 3rd quarter, Patriots 31 Cardinals 16.

And in the 4th quarter, the Cardinals scored two touchdowns and a field goal.  The Patriots Bailey Armas kicked a field goal. And the score at the end of the 4th quarter is all tied up Henry County 34 Brighton 34.

In overtime the Patriots won the toss and scored a touchdown and the point after attempt was good. The Cardinals also scored a touchdown, but they failed to convert on the 2pt conversion. Henry County will now advance to the 2nd round of the playoffs when they face the Centennial Cougars next Friday.

KDFW and TWRA To Hold Asian Carp Blitz Nov. 8-10

Kentucky Lake- The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and other state and federal agencies, working in cooperation with volunteers, commercial anglers and fish processors, are launching a “Carp Blitz” on Nov. 8-10 to help gauge the population of invasive Asian carp in Kentucky and Barkley lakes.

At least a dozen sampling crews will be netting, electrofishing and working with licensed commercial anglers to collect as many Asian carp as possible during this three-day period.

This very large effort is primarily a sampling or data collection exercise which, if deemed successful, will be repeated annually in order to provide relative abundance and population demographics of Asian carp in Kentucky and Barkley Lakes,” said Ron Brooks, fisheries director for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.

In 2013, Kentucky Fish and Wildlife sponsored Carp Madness, a first of its kind tournament for commercial anglers whose primarily goal was the thin the Asian carp population in the two western Kentucky lakes. It proved successful, as a handful of participants collected more than 83,000 pounds of Asian carp during the two-day tournament.

Brooks believes if weather conditions are good, the Carp Blitz effort will easily eclipse the Carp Madness tournament. State and federal fisheries crew will use electrofishing equipment to drive the wary Asian carp into the waiting nets of the commercial anglers.

“All Asian carp harvested will be donated to the commercial anglers assisting with this effort,” Brooks said. “Kentucky’s fish processing businesses will purchase all fish harvested.”

As part of the effort, researchers with Murray State University are working with Kentucky Fish and Wildlife to tag fish with telemetry markers. This will allow researchers to discover the movement patterns and habitat use of Asian carp in Kentucky and Barkley lakes.

City of Paris to Celebrate National Animal Shelter Week

Paris, Tenn.- The City of Paris will celebrate National Animal Shelter Week next week by celebrating and recognizing our own local Animal Shelter on Thursday November 10th. Celebration will be held from 11am to 1pm and everyone is invited to come by the shelter, meet the residents, and consider adopting one of the animals.

Adoption fees will be waived during the event for anyone wishing to adopt an animal. The shelter is located at 445 Recycling Drive, just past the recycling center. You may access the shelter from East Wood Street next to Delta Contractors, or off Fairgrounds Road turning in front of Abbott’s Print Shop.

During the celebration on November 10th a container will be available to collect pet food donations and treats. Walmart, Kroger, Sav-A-Lot, and Lakeway IGA have already donated 250 pounds of dog and cat food.

The City also wants to hear stories from citizens about their shelter adopted pets. Share your stories and photos of your shelter adopted pet , between now and Nov. 10th, by emailing mstancook@cityofparistn.gov, with permission given to share the stories and photos on social media.

 

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