As the break of dawn weaves its way over the horizon a patriot from hours and miles away comes to protect the ones that need it most. As he makes his way from business to business, city to city, this insurance salesman has shown not only Paris, but all of Henry County itself, he will stop at nothing to make sure everyone is protected. Coming from Brentwood, TN, David Hornbeck, has helped everyone from K & J Meat & Buckaroos to Columbiad and even the Peddler Advantage. We feel that he is not only of great service to us all,
The Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center reopened Wednesday after being closed for a prolonged period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Refuge Ranger Joan Howe said the center has received the green light for a soft opening. She said, “That means at the beginning we will be open MONDAY-FRIDAY 8 -4 pm only, but closed on the weekends.” Staff are busy sprucing everything up inside the Visitor Center for the opening.
A job fair will be held on Tuesday, June 22nd from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm at the American Job Center, 470 Mustang Drive, Huntingdon. Any businesses or companies looking for employees can request a booth space at this event by emailing Maleia Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you know someone looking for a job, please make them aware of this event. If you are looking for a job, please plan to attend.
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