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From News Director Tim Alsobrooks

Assistant News Director Cassie Walsh


Lakewood School Gives Out Smoke Alarms

Pictured are Sheriff Monte Belew, Chief Deputy Damon Lowe, Captain Adam Jenkins, Sgt. Bruce Alexander (Lakewood SRO), Principal Amy Veazy, Principal Mike Bell,  Students – Nikki Kreitz, Lexie Barnes, Logan Singleton, Dawson Thoreson, James McCarty (HCSO photo)

Paris, Tenn- In a joint effort between the Henry County Sheriff's Office, Lakewood School, and BR Supply, an initiative was created to see that every family at Lakewood had a smoke alarm.

The push was to promote safety in homes and raise awareness. Following the tragic fire that struck our community earlier this year, the first annual Jimmy Pollack Memorial Dodgeball tournament was held at Lakewood. Jimmy, one of the 5 people to perish in the fire, was 14 and a student at Lakewood.

Proceeds from the Dodgeball tournament and a generous donation from BR Supply helped to fund the project of giving smoke alarms to Lakewood familes. Any family that needs help installing the smoke alarms can call the Henry County Sheriff's Office.

Warrants Issued on Higgs for Evading

Paris, Tenn.- Lt. Josh Frey of the Paris Police Department has issued warrants for evading arrest and driving on a revoked license on Larenzo D. Higgs, age 25, of Joy Street after an incident that occurred over the weekend. The report at the Paris Police Department stated Lt. Frey observed a maroon Chevy run a stop sign at the intersection of Ogburn and Park St. Lt. Frey then activated his blue lights and began to follow the vehicle.

Once the vehicle arrived on Joy St., the driver, identified as Higgs, jumped out and ran behind the houses. Another passenger, who couldn’t be identified also ran from the vehicle. City and County units searched the area but neither of the men were found. Warrants were issued on Higgs.

Man Flees Cops, Charged with Criminal Impersonation

Paris, Tenn.- A report at the Henry County Sheriff’s Office stated Dep. Dalton Watson observed a black male run on Ogburn Street near East Wood after seeing the patrol car. Dep. Watson found the man laying on the ground and he identified himself as Stafford Worles. Dep. Watson could smell alcohol and the man’s speech was slurred and arrested him for underage consumption. During a search of the man’s pocket’s an EBT card was found with the name Terrell C. Teague. Thru dispatch it was revealed Teague, age 19 of 1102 Depot St., was the man in custody. He was also charged with criminal impersonation.

Lady Patriots Play Wed. 10am at State Tournament

Mufreesboro, Tenn.- The Henry County Lady Patriots Softball team, 28-9 on the season, will start play in the TSSAA AAA State Championship Spring Fling at 10am on Wednesday in Mufreesboro. The Lady Patriots drew Powell High School, 34-6-1 on the season in their first game. The tournament is double elimination for the 8 teams left. If the Lady Patriots win, they play at 5:30pm Wednesday against the winner of Brentwood vs. Brighton. If they lose, Henry County plays the loser of Brentwood Brighton at 4pm Wednesday. Full brackets are available at www.tssaa.org.

Donations to help send the Lady Patriots to Mufreesboro are being collected Monday and Tuesday. You can donate at any Security and Bank and Trust Office or thru the drive thru.

Local Gov't to Benefit the Most from the Improve Act

Paris, Tenn.- The final legislative briefing with Rep. Tim Wirgau and Senator John Stevens took place on Monday morning as both men talked about legislation that was past during this session.

The biggest accomplishments that the TN House and Senate passed was the Improve Act. Rep. Wirgau said that the money from the Improve Act was used to help the local side so more road funds came to local governments to fund the projects that they need to complete. Currently Henry County is set to receive over $700K this year with an additional $500K to start or complete the road projects in Henry County.

Senator John Stevens said that the county is one of the groups that benefit from the Improve Act. Stevens said that the county road bill passed and with previous years the county had to match the state 20% in order to get funds to do road work, now that match for the county will go from a 20% match to a 2% match which allows counties to get road work done without using their entire budget to do so.

Rep. Wirgau also said that they were able to put more money back for the veterans, which is an important subject that the TN House and Senate wanted to pass.

Asian Carp Solution Coming Soon, More Money Stays on Waterways


Rep. Tim Wirgau (Cassie Walsh photo)

Paris, Tenn.- The state also got property tax relief passed for farmers and some tax relief for marinas, so that the comptroller can assess taxes that are more reasonable for them to pay. Rep. Wirgau said that originally taxes for marinas went up from around $2,800 to paying $20,000 in taxes, so they passed the bill to ease taxes on businesses and marinas in order to get some tax relief for these business owners.

Rep. Wirgau said that over $2 million is spent in fuel tax collection on the waterways and only $500K would stay on the waterway. Now with the new bill all of the fuel tax that is collected on the waterways will stay on the waterways for improvements that are needed.

Wirgau also said that in a matter of a few weeks the Asian Carp Task Force will be set to release a plan for taking action in getting rid of the Asian Carp that is in the TN River.

State Has Millions in Unclaimed Property

Paris, Tenn.- Rep. Wirgau also wanted to let the public know that in his district there is currently over $2.5 million in unclaimed property and if anyone wants to find out if they have unclaimed property they can call Wirgau’s office at 615-741-6804.

Protecting Elders, Clamping Down on Illegal Immigrants and High Speed Broadband for Rural Communities


Senator John Stevens (Cassie Walsh photo)

Paris, Tenn.- Senator John Stevens said that this session they managed to pass a balanced budget and the state has no new debt and the state currently has very little debt which is a good thing.

Stevens also spoke about how Governor Haslam got a bill passed for rural communities to get access to high speed broadband. Stevens spoke to the group about how the state is working on a state opioid abuse program where the health department will try to identify high risk prescribers so that Tennessee start to cut down on the state’s prescription drug abuse problem.

The state also passed a bill that helps with elder abuse and if a bank recognizes that someone is a victim of elder abuse the bank has the authority to contact someone else in order to protect elders from financial abuse.

The state also passed a bill making it a class E felony for illegal immigrants to stay in Tennessee. This is a way to clamp down on those who are here illegally in the state.

State Helps Teachers and Adults Can Apply for Lotto Scholarship

Paris, Tenn.- The state also passed changes to the lottery scholarships. Adults can now apply for the lottery scholarship and they can essentially go to community college for free.

On the education front, Senator Stevens said that the state has doubled the amount that teachers can spend on classroom supplies. So teachers will now be able to spend $400 instead of $200 on classroom supplies, which helps teachers not having to dip into their own pockets to pay for the supplies they need.

The Basic Education Program will get a teacher salary increase and the state also passed that students in elementary schools will get 130 minutes of exercise and students in secondary schools will get 90 minutes of exercise per day.

April Unemployment Rate Decreases in TN

Nashville- Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) Commissioner Burns Phillips announces a preliminary unemployment rate of 4.7 percent for April, dropping from the revised rate of 5.1 percent in March.

This decrease is greater thanthe tenth of a percentage point fall the national rate experienced in April, which put the U.S. preliminary rate at 4.4 percent for the month.Tennessee’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has not declined this much since January of 1984. “It’s great to see fewer Tennesseans were out of workduring the month of April. Every drop in the unemployment rate, even a few tenths of a percent, represents a person who is back in the workforce and a family who is resting a little easier at night,” said Commissioner Phillips.

Over the past year, Tennessee's unemployment rate experienced a slight uptick of a tenth of a percentage point, increasing from 4.6 to 4.7 percent. The national rate decreased by six-tenths of a percentage point, from 5.0 to 4.4 percent.

“It is the goal of everyone in this department, and that of our workforce partners across the state, to do everything possible to help Tennesseans go back to work, so when we compare year-to-year numbers, we see progress there as well,” added Commissioner Phillips.

Comparing March and April’s nonfarm employment, totals declined by 5,900 jobs. The largest decreases occurred in government, leisure/hospitality, and professional/business services. Nonfarm employment has increased by 57,000 jobs throughout the year, withthe largest increases occurringinthe trade/transportation/utilities, professional/business services, and education/health services.

No Joking Matter as Buchanan Woman Arrested for Theft

Henry County, Tenn.- According to reports from the Henry County Sheriff’s Officer,  Sgt. David Powell arrested Kelsey Light, age 26 of Highway 119 of Buchanan, on Sunday for driving on a revoked license and  theft over $1,000 but under $25,000.

Sgt. Powell heard from dispatch that a truck was stolen from a house in Henry. While driving  to the scene, Sgt. Powell observed the stolen vehicle heading inbound on 79S. Sgt. Powell and Deputy David Andrews Sr. both turned around to conduct a felony stop of the vehicle. Deputy Andrews pulled up to the driver’s side to distract Light, while Sgt. Powell pulled up to the passenger side where they were able to safely conduct a traffic stop.

A check of Light’s license revealed that she was driving on a revoked license. Light was then arrested. After Sgt. Powell read Light her Miranda rights and asked if she had a statement. Light told police that “it was only a joke”. Light was placed on $3,500 bond.

Winders Sets Record at State Championship on Saturday

Clarksville, Tenn.- At the TMSAA Middle School State Track Championship at APSU in Clarksville on Saturday,Dinah Winders won 1st overall in the Girls Class A 1600 Meter Race with a time of 5:25, breaking the class A state meet record by 23 seconds.

Dinah Winders also placed 2nd overall in Girls Class A 800 Meter Race with a time of 2:31, just under the old meet record by 10 seconds.

Downtown Cruise-in Set for Tuesday


(DPA photos)

Paris,Tenn.- The Downtown Cruise-In will be tomorrow on the east side of the Court Square from 5:30pm to 7pm. All classic cars are welcome and owners can register to win prizes.

Wire and Wood will be the entertainment providing bluegrass music. Perry’s BBQ will have delicious food available for purchase. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the good times and classic cars.  

Buchanan Man Arrested for Tampering

Paris, Tenn.- According to a report from the Henry County Sheriff’s Department,  Paris Police Ptl. Derrek Colley arrested Bryan McLeese, age 25 of Kendall Road of Buchanan, on Saturday for tampering with evidence. McLeese was placed on $10,000 bond.

Camden Man Arrested at HC Jail on Drug Charges

Paris, Tenn.- According to a report from the Henry County Sheriff’s Department,  Sgt. David Powell arrested Joshua W. Ferguson, age 33 of Vicksburg Avenue of Camden, at the HC Jail on Saturday for simple possession of a schedule VI substance and two counts of possession of a schedule II substance with intent. Ferguson was placed on $28,000 bond.

Quinn Chapel Annual Pancake Breakfast is Sat. May 27th

Paris, Tenn.- The Men of Quinn Chapel, located at 216 East Church Street in Paris, will hold their Annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, May 27th beginning at 7am.

An $8 donation will be taken at the breakfast and children under 5 eat for free. For more information call 731-642-8445.

Three Men Arrested on Drug Charges Over the Weekend

Paris, Tenn.- According reports from the Henry County Sheriff’s Department,  Officers with the Metro Crime Unit arrested Alvin D. Hassell, age 20, and Dylan M. Oakley, age 20, both of 3703 Hwy 79N. of Paris, on Friday for possession of drug paraphernalia. Hassell and Oakley were each placed on $1,000 bond.

In another report, Cpl. Jim Sanders arrested Braden M. Roney, age 23 of Mark I Drive of Henry, on Saturday for possession of a schedule VI substance with intent. Roney was placed on $3,500 bond.

Plenty of Crawfish to Go Around at BC Crawfish Boil

Camden, Tenn.- The 2nd Annual Benton County Fair Crawfish Boil will be held on Saturday, May 27th from 5pm to 7pm at the Benton County Fairgrounds, located at 187 Natchez Trace Street in Camden.

Tickets cost $10 per person at the gate and you get 1.5lb crawfish with all of the trimmings. Hot dogs, chips and a drink will be available for $3. Take- outs will also be available.

For more information contact Keith at 731-571-7772 or Scotty at 731-441-0171.

Promoting Wildlife Conservation at KY Lake Quail Forever Fundraiser


(Cassie Walsh photos)

Paris, Tenn.- The KY Lake Quail Forever Chapter held its Annual Sporting Clays Shoot “Busting for Quail” fundraiser at Holly Fork Sporting Complex on Saturday.

The KY Lake Quail Forever is dedicated to promote youth education and conservation to help boost the bobwhite quail population, which has decreased by 80% throughout the country. The Kentucky Lake Quail Forever is a local chapter of the National nonprofit organization, Quail Forever, that was created in 2013 that is dedicated to help the bobwhite quail's habitat.


(Cassie Walsh photos)

 The KY Lake Quail Forever holds their annual sporting clays shoot as an interactive and fun way for people to donate, while educating the public on the importance of wildlife conservation and helping boost the bobwhite quail population.

The KY Lake Quail Forever holds this annual fundraiser as their main fundraising event so that the chapter can get money for fire fighting equipment that is used to perform controlled burns in fields and CRP lands that is used to help promote wildlife habitat that was native to the area and has since declined due to other predatory animals and lack of habitation.


(Cassie Walsh photos)

The burn not only helps to try and restore the bobwhite quail population, but it also helps animals like deer and turkey thrive while helping boost pollinators populations increase. The chapter also uses the funds from Saturday’s fundraiser to educate students about the importance of wildlife conservation especially promoting the quail population.  

The KY Lake Quail Forever also has received national recognition after  the National Quail Forever Magazine published an article about how the KY Lake Quail Forever Chapter is helping to benefit the bobwhite quail population with controlled, prescribed burns.

Shop Till You Drop at Springtime in Paris on Saturday


Wine tasting samples from the Paris Winery at Springtime in Paris. (Cassie Walsh photos)

Paris, Tenn.- The Springtime in Paris event will be held on Saturday, May 20th from 10am to 6pm at the Paris Convention Center, located at 1510 East Wood Street in Paris behind the Quality Inn.


Browsing through some of the vendors at Springtime in Paris. (Cassie Walsh photo)

There will be over 20 vendors and door prize drawings at the event. Paris Winery will be on hand to give out free samples, while Party Bounce and Jump Inflatable will have a free bouncy house that all of the kids will enjoy. At the Springtime in Paris event there will be something for the entire family to enjoy.

Embarking on a New Journey as the Class of 2017 Graduates


(Cassie Walsh photos)

Paris, Tenn.- Almost 300 students from HCHS graduated on Friday night as friends and family celebrate a night of accomplishments. Speakers of the evening spoke about how the class of 2017 was a family and that even though friends will be going in different directions they will always be connected through the friendships and bonds they had in high school.


(Cassie Walsh photos)

Some students will go into the workforce while others will continue higher education by attending a technical school, community college or a 4 year university. But the Class of 2017 now has the chance to make a positive impact in the community and grow into successful adults. Good luck to the HCHS Class of 2017 from all of us at WMUF, WRQR, WLZK and WHDM.


(Cassie Walsh photos)


(Cassie Walsh photos)

Woman Arrested After Police Find Meth in Her Bra

Paris, Tenn.- According to reports from the Henry County Sheriff’s Department,  Deputy David Andrews arrested Carol A. Quillin, age 39 of North 12th Street of Murray, on Thursday for possession of a schedule II substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Deputy Andrews conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle for speeding 54mph in a 40mph zone. When Deputy Andrews spoke to the driver identified as Quillin’s he found that the registration was expired and Quillin refused a search of the vehicle. Paris Police Lt. Michael Ramos and K9 Kenzee came to the scene and Kenzee alerted to the car.

Paris Police Ptl. Amber Roaten then searched the driver and found a pipe with meth concealed in the Quillin’s bra. Quillin was given a citation for speeding and violation of the registration and insurance laws. Quillin was then arrested for possession and she was placed on $1,500 bond.

Springtime in Paris Shopping Event is Saturday, May 20th

Paris, Tenn.- The Springtime in Paris event will be held on Saturday, May 20th from 10am to 6pm at the Paris Convention Center, located at 1510 East Wood Street in Paris behind the Quality Inn.

There will be over 20 vendors and door prize drawings at the event. Paris Winery will be on hand to give out free samples, while Party Bounce and Jump Inflatable will have a free bouncy house that all of the kids will enjoy.

The Crusaders Travel Basketball team will be providing concessions and will receive all of the proceeds from the food sale. They will be selling BBQ sandwiches, BBQ nachos, Nachos, fried Oreos, Twinkies and much more. At the Springtime in Paris event there will be something for the entire family to enjoy.

Police Make Two Theft Arrests on Thursday

Paris, Tenn.- According to reports from the Henry County Sheriff’s Department,  Deputy James Higgins arrested Phillip L. Nelson, age 19 of Memorial Drive of Paris, on Thursday for burglary and theft of property. Nelson was placed on $10,000 bond.

In another report, Cpl. Jerry Wilson arrested Jasmine M. Allen, age 28 of Morningside Village of Paris, on Thursday for theft over $10,000. Allen was placed on $10,000 bond.

Harrelson Elementary Celebrates Getting a New Walkway


Kid's Corner Director, Shelia Glisson and Assistant Principal, Amber Ryan and the rest of the students help cut the ribbon opening the new walkway at Harrelson Elementary.

Puryear, Tenn.- Harrelson Elementary School has a new walkway around the school thanks to a Project Diabetes grant funded through the Tennessee Department of Health. Kid's Corner Director, Shelia Glisson and Assistant Principal, Amber Ryan, celebrated by having a ribbon cutting and a healthy lifestyle awareness event.

The Henry County Medical Center provided health screenings and Carl Perkins Child Abuse Center, Coordinated School Health, Head Start, and Family Resource Center representatives were available to hand out information and prizes for walking the track.

Over one hundred students, staff, and parents were able to walk the track and enjoy healthy snacks. The walkway will be open to the community and the after school program, Kid's Corner will be competing with community members for the most miles walked.

Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting at HCMC Kelley Clinic


(Cassie Walsh photos)

Paris, Tenn.- The HCMC Kelley Clinic officially opened on Friday as the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting.

The Kelley Clinic is located at 1015 Kelley Drive in Paris at the HCMC Surgical Specialists Center. The primary purpose of the HCMC Kelley Clinic is to combine all of the orthopedics into one facility to make it more convenient for doctors and patients.

Physicians at the clinic include Surgical Specialists Barton Water, MD General Surgery, Mark Cutright, MD Orthopedic Surgeon, Lindsay Foust, DPM Podiatrist, Heather Melton,MD Orthopedic Surgeon,  Jill Cutright, FNP, and Kris Guilish, PA.

Murray Man Arrested for Drug Trafficking


Clifton Jones booking photo (KY State Police photo)

Murray, KY.- On Friday, May 19th, the Kentucky State Police’s Drug Enforcement and Special Investigations (DESI), along with KSP Post 1 Troopers, and KSP Special Operations K9  served a search warrant on First Street in Murray this morning at 5:30 a.m.  The warrant was issued as a result of an ongoing drug trafficking investigation.

During the search, Troopers located various drugs inside the residence along with a large sum of cash believed to be proceeds of drug trafficking.

Clifton D. Jones, age 37, of Murray, Kentucky was arrested and charged with First Degree Trafficking a Controlled Substance (Meth), First Degree Trafficking a Controlled Substance (Cocaine), Trafficking Marijuana 2nd Offense, Tampering with Physical Evidence, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Jones was lodged in the Calloway County Jail.

The investigation is continuing by KSP DESI. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Kentucky State Police DESI at 270-746=7834 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.

Police Asking for the Public's Help to Identify Armed Robbery Person of Interest


Police are looking for this man in connection with armed robbery at Hibbett's

Paris, Tenn.-In a press release from the PPD, On May 18th at approximately 9:15pm, Officers with the Paris Police Department responded to a report of a robbery at the Hibbett's store located in the Walmart Shopping Center.

Sgt. Jamie James was the first on the scene and upon entering into the store  noticed that  the store computer was  on fire and he quickly extinguished it. Officers with the Police Department, Sheriff’s Office, and Tennessee Highway Patrol, began to look for a suspect that had just attempted to rob the store with a flare gun.

During the robbery, the suspect fired the flare gun at the clerk and caught the computer on fire damaging the computer and then left the store with no money.  K-9 Droid and handler Sgt. Terry Williams with the Sheriff’s Department began to track the suspect and lost scent of him in the area behind the store.

Officers are looking into a person of interest and needs the public’s help in possibly identifying this person? If you know who he is, we would like to talk with him. Please Call Captain Ricky Watson 731-641-1478 or Sargent Jeramye Whitaker at 731-641-1437.  

Suspect Still At Large After Attempted Robbery

Paris, Tenn.- Paris Police are still looking for a suspect in an attempted armed robbery that occurred Thursday evening at Hibbet’s, located in the Walmart Shopping Center.

The report at the Paris Police Department stated Sgt. Jamie James arrived on scene after the suspect, described as black male with purple hat, yellow shirt pulled out a flare gun and fired it at the employee. He had picked up some items inside the store first, and had entered the store right before closing time.

The flare didn’t hit the employee but did hit the cash register, which caught it on fire, while other employees ran out the back door yelling about the incident. Sgt. James retrieved the fire extinguisher in his patrol car and extinguished the fire when he arrived on scene. The suspect tried to get the employee to give him cash, but couldn't because the cash register was on fire. The suspect then fled the scene.

Lt. Ean Reed and Capt. Ricky Watson also came to the scene. Lt. Reed found video of the suspect in Walmart and a flare gun missing from the store during investigation.

Paris Police and K9 units arrived on scene and searched the area for awhile but could not find the suspect.

Man Arrested After High Speed Chase Thurs.

Paris, Tenn.- A press release at the Henry County Sheriff’s Office detailed the high speed pursuit of a man with outstanding warrants on Thursday that ended when spike strips were deployed and the man wrecked the stolen rental car he was driving.

Cpl. Brain Davis and Lt. Lance Perry found themselves in pursuit as the silver 2015 Toyota Corolla was spotted down around the lake area and tried to flee Cpl. Davis. The chase begin in the Anitoch Harber Road area and ran thru the entire East and West Antioch Road area and finally the vehicle turned on Hwy 79N.

The driver, identified as Matthew Palmer, age 33, Paris, turned around on the road and struck Cpl. Davis’s patrol car and continued on the wrong side of the highway and turned on Bull Durham Road and then came thru the 4-way stop in front of the 4-way grill.

Lt. Perry had set up at the intersection and deployed the spike strips in attempt to end the pursuit. Palmer drove over the strips, but continued and made it back to Hwy 79N. Shortly thereafter, the tires blew out and Cpl. Davis and Dep. Frankie Scott, who joined the pursuit, stopped the car in the median of Hwy 79.

Palmer had several outstanding warrants including evading arrest from a pursuit earlier in the year. Palmer was charged with aggravated assault, two counts of evading arrest, two counts of reckless endangerment, two counts of reckless driving, three counts of driving on a suspended driver’s license, theft of property, possession of drug paraphernalia, and violation of probation out of circuit court. Palmer is currently being held without bond and will appear in court Tuesday at 9am.

HCHD Closing Fairgrounds Road Mon.

Paris, Tenn.- The Henry County Highway Department will be closing Fairgrounds Road Monday May 22nd for culvert replacement. The closure will be .3 tenths of a mile west of the Hwy. 218 bypass. Hwys. 79 N. and 69 S. may be used to access the Hwy. 218 bypass.

Tryouts for HCHS Golf Team To Be Held May 25th

Buchanan, Tenn.- Tryouts for the Henry County High School Golf team will be Thursday May 25th at 5pm at Paris Landing State Park for any 9-12 grade students going into next school year. For more information and to receive the appropriate paperwork email head coach Brian Welp at welpb@henryk12.net.

Rhea's Computer Classes Continue on May 23 and 24

Paris, Tenn.- The W.G. Rhea Public Library will be offering their Computer Basics II Class on Tuesday, May 23rd from 6pm to 7pm, and on Thursday, May 25th from11:30am to12:30pm . The classes are free to the public and cover basic computer skills. To sign-up for the classes just call the Library at 642-1702.

 

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