A fundraiser lunch for the Henry County Middle School Baseball Team will be held from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Friday, February 26. The lunch will be held at Lakeway IGA, located at 2601 E. Wood Street in Paris, Tenn. This fundraiser will help the team with equipment, travel, uniforms and their food for away games, organizers said. The lunch will consist of a ribeye sandwich, chips and bottled water for $10. Organizers said for those with five or more lunch orders, they will deliver the meals. You can email orders to email@example.com or text (731) 336-9791.
A Sporting Clay Tournament will be held Saturday, March 13, at Hollly Fork Shooting Range in Paris to benefit the Fellowship of Christian Athletes of Northwest Tennessee. Sponsors include Final Flight Outfitters, Tosh Farms and Security Bank & Trust. To register and for more info, call Barry Duncan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 731 446 1710.
Henry County Football presents Legends of Tennessee camp on Sunday, March 7. It is for ages 6-18 and includes t-shirt, lunch and autographs with the coaches.Camp time is 2-4:30 p.m. Cost is $75. Register at legendsoftennessee.org.
Henry County Medical Center Vaccination Task Force announced today that there will be two COVID-19 Vaccination events for the community ages 65 and older. EVENT 1: On Thursday, February 25, HCMC will have a Community COVID-19 Vaccination event inside the facility for those with scheduled appointments. Currently all appointments are already booked for this date. This is a first dose event and all participants scheduled will be guaranteed their shots during the appointment time they have been scheduled. Those that receive vaccine at these scheduled appointments will be asked to return on March 25 and will receive appointment cards at the event. EVENT
In a press conference Monday, February 22nd the Paris Henry County Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Henry County Tourism Authority announced that the community will host the inaugural “Cody Nance’s PBR in Paris, Tennessee” July 2nd and 3rd of 2021 at the Henry County Fairgrounds. “My wife, Korie, and I would just like to say how excited we are to be producing this event here in my hometown,” commented Cody Nance. “It’s going to be a fun event for the whole family. I have always wanted to do something like this here, so I am glad we are
[Posted 2/18/2021] OPENINGS FOR THE CITY OF PARIS: City of Paris Business offices Open Tomorrow – Friday, February 19 Landfill Open Tomorrow – Friday, February 19 Civic Center Open Tomorrow – Friday, February 19 Animal Shelter will remain closed to the public until Monday, February 22 Thanks to Paris Parks Department for all their hard work clearing the sidewalks and entrances to City Hall and the Civic Center!!!
So many people to thank this week but not enough words to adequately say how much we appreciate everything! Many Public Works employees have worked tirelessly this week to try to clear our streets and keep things moving as much as possible. The guys operating the heavy machinery and hauling snow have done a great job as always. They have worked in shifts around the clock for basically a week now. A group that does not always get the love they deserve is our city garage that keeps all of the heavy equipment (police cars, trucks, fire trucks…..) running.
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