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From News Director Tim Alsobrooks, Assistant News Director Cassie Walsh


Kuttawa Man Wins FWL BFL Tourney

Buchanan, Tenn.- Boater Matt Robertson of Kuttawa, Kentucky, swept the T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) LBL Division this weekend after winning back-to-back tournaments on Kentucky and Barkley lakes presented by Navionics, the first on Saturday and then again on Sunday. For his wins, Robertson earned a total of $7,842.

“I was fishing the mid-section of Kentucky Lake – from the Blood River to the Highway 68 Bridge,” said Robertson, who earned his first two wins in FLW competition. “I didn’t catch a whole lot of fish Saturday – probably seven keepers. The high water had the schools busted up.”

Robertson said his key baits Saturday were a Blue and Chartreuse-colored Strike King 5XD crankbait and an Ole Smokey- or Natural Light-colored Scottsboro Tackle swimbait. His rod setup included a Lew’s 7-foot, 6-inch Custom Pro Mark Rose Ledge Casting rod with a Lew’s Wide Spool Super Duty Casting reel.

“I was just fishing points at the mouths of the bays, where the fish would come to after they spawned,” said Robertson. “I think the lake is about a month behind, and a lot of them are just now getting done.”

On Sunday, Robertson said he returned to a couple of spots he’d fished Saturday, but they didn’t produce. He went searching and found a couple of small schools around the mouth of Jonathan Creek. He again fished the Scottsboro Tackle swimbaits, but said he caught the majority of his fish on a Texas-rigged, green-pumpkin-colored Strike King KVD Perfect Plastic Bullworm. Robertson said he caught around 10 keepers Sunday.

“My fish were all largemouth this weekend,” said Robertson. “I just had to keep an open mind and not get too stuck on where I’d been catching them. The fish are moving a lot with the rising water.”

The top 5 boaters Saturday finished the tournament in:

               1st:          Matt Robertson, Kuttawa, Ky., five bass, 21-12, $4,046

               2nd:         Drew Boggs, Lebanon, Tenn., five bass, 20-11, $2,098

               3rd:          Bill Schroeder III, Paducah, Ky., five bass, 19-6, $949

               4th:          Michael Wasden, Paris, Tenn., five bass, 17-14, $664

               5th:          Daniel Langton, Haubstadt, Ind., five bass, 17-7, $569

Andrew Matuszak of Washington, Indiana, won the Co-angler Division and $1,523 Saturday after catching five bass weighing 15 pounds, 7 ounces.

The top 5 co-anglers Saturday finished the tournament in:

               1st:          Andrew Matuszak , Washington, Ind., five bass, 15-7, $1,523

               2nd:         Shane Cansler, Crofton, Ky., three bass, 14-0, $923

               3rd:          Bobby Wade, Mayfield, Ky., two bass, 9-8, $475

               4th:          Jerry Ivy, Dawson Springs, Ky., three bass, 9-3, $332

               5th:          Charles Richardson III, Dyersburg, Tenn., two bass, 9-0, $285

Complete results and Big Bass award winners from Saturday’s BFL event can be found at FLWFishing.com.

The top 5 boaters Sunday finished the tournament:

               1st:          Matt Robertson, Kuttawa, Ky., five bass, 21-8, $3,796

               2nd:         Hunter Louden, Springville, Tenn., five bass, 20-6, $1,668

               3rd:          Kevin Caskey, Madisonville, Ky., five bass, 16-12, $864

               4th:          Brad Baldwin, Waynesville, Ohio, five bass, 16-6, $606

               5th:          Bob Drake, Noblesville, Ind., five bass, 15-4, $769

Bobby Wade of Mayfield, Kentucky, won the Co-angler Division and $1,298 Sunday after catching three bass weighing 10 pounds, 4 ounces.

The top 5 co-anglers Sunday finished the tournament:

               1st:          Bobby Wade, Mayfield, Ky., three bass, 10-4, $1,298

               2nd:         Ricky Boehringer, Troy, Ohio, two bass, 9-13, $984

               3rd:          Tim Burke, Petersburg, Ky., three bass, 8-12, $432

               4th:          Joseph Gulash, Edwardsville, Ill., two bass, 8-10, $353

               5th:          Paul McBride, Vienna, Ill., four bass, 8-4, $260

Complete results and Big Bass award winners from Sunday’s tournament can be found at FLWFishing.com.

The two tournaments were hosted by the Henry County Alliance.

The top 45 boaters and co-anglers in the region based on point standings, along with the five winners in each qualifying event, will be entered in the Oct. 17-19 BFL Regional Championship on Lake Guntersville in Guntersville, Alabama, presented by Mercury. Boaters will compete for a top award of a Ranger Z518L with a 200-horsepower outboard and $20,000, while co-anglers will fish for a new Ranger Z518L with a 200-horsepower outboard.

The 2019 BFL is a 24-division circuit devoted to weekend anglers, with 128 tournaments throughout the season, five qualifying events in each division. The top 45 boaters and co-anglers from each division, along with the five winners of the qualifying events, will advance to one of six regional tournaments where they are competing to finish in the top six, which then qualifies them for one of the longest-running championships in all of competitive bass fishing – the BFL All-American. The 2020 BFL All-American will be held April 30-May 2 at Lake Hartwell in Anderson, South Carolina, and is hosted by Visit Anderson. Top performers in the BFL can move up to the Costa FLW Series or even the FLW Tour.

For complete details and updated information visit FLWFishing.com. For regular updates, photos, tournament news and more, follow the T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League on FLW’s social media outlets at FacebookTwitterInstagram, and YouTube.

Going to the Dogs: Large Crowd Shows Support for Dog Park

Paris Fire Chief Michael Williams and his dog Dash show up to support the grant. (Shannon McFarlin photo)

Paris, Tenn.- A large number of canines—and their humans–gathered at the Atkins-Porter Dog Park Monday morning to show their support for the improvements being sought in the 2019 Dog Park Dash grant program.

A number of county and city officials brought their dogs as well as numerous private citizens. Included was County Sheriff Monte Belew and Si, Paris Police Lt. Michael Ramos and Kinzee, Paris Fire Chief Michael Williams and Dasse, and State Rep. Bruce Griffey and his huge Great Danes.

The City of Paris is in the running for the grant, which is awarded by the Randy Boyd Foundation. Only 30 communities can win the $25,000 grant.

City Parks & Recreation Director Tony Lawrence said the city is applying for improvements which would include sun shade covers which would straddle the fencing at the dog park, more water fountains for dogs and people and a water mister for dogs for when it’s hot.

“We’re really excited about the possible upgrades and we want to thank Lowe’s Improvement for the previous upgrades,” Lawrence said.

Vice Mayor Jackie Jones thanked everyone for their attendance and said, “We’re hoping to make the dog park even better and this shows how much support there is in the community.”

City Manager Kim Foster said it is a requirement that those applying for the grant generate as much support on social media as they can. “That’s why we’re asking for your photos and posts on social media.”

People are asked to take photos of their dogs and the dog park and flood social media with #dogparkdash #ParisTn in a post on Facebook, Instagram and other social media outlets. The dogparkdash organization will keep track of any posts that include the hashtag and location to keep track of how much community support there is for the grant.

The deadline is June 30.

The Atkins-Porter Dog Park is located at the corner of Highland and Walnut Streets right next to the Atkins-Porter Recreation Center.

Heritage Center campers explore history and architecture at Cavitt Place

Paris-Henry County Heritage Center Director Suzy Herron shows the campers the cast iron fence in front of Cavitt Place. The cast iron fence was built in 1890 and is the only surviving piece of the original structure that burned down in 1910. (Cassie Walsh photo)

Paris, Tenn.- Incoming forth-sixth grade students took a took down history lane on Monday as the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center’s summer history camp “History on the Move” kicked off at Cavitt Place.

Students on the camp will get to see six architectural buildings in Paris that are more than 100 years old. The summer history camp started off at Cavitt Place on Monday, as students got to see Cavitt Place from the inside out. The summer history camp was led by Paris-Henry County Heritage Center Director Suzy Herron and Inman Middle School teacher Lucy Presson.

Inman Middle School teacher Lucy Presson (standing in the middle) encourages the campers to draw whatever they want as part of the summer history camp hosted by the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center. (Cassie Walsh photo)

The camp started off with kids being encouraged to be creative and starting drawing. Presson said that campers should think of the camp as a living history camp with all of the kids pretending that they are back in the 1900s. Presson said that back in the 40, 50 and 100 years ago people didn’t have electronics like cell phones, laptops, etc. so instead kids played outside and enjoyed drawing.

Presson and Herron told the campers that this week they would be doing many different drawings and the most important thing to do is to have fun being creative in their drawings since there is not right or wrong way to draw.

“If you can go back in history, it will help you go forward in the future,” said Presson.

Herron took the kids on a walk down Poplar Street to see all of the various and historic homes that were built in the early 1900s. Herron also showed the campers the different architectural styles of homes that are located in the historic neighborhood. The kids got to see the difference between bungalow homes and colonial homes along with learning the difference between various styles of architectural like the Victorian style.

Paris-Henry County Heritage Center Director Suzy Herron (middle) tells the Heritage Center's summer history campers about the Barton Flats, which are located across from First Baptist Church. (Cassie Walsh photo)

“One thing that many people may not know is that these apartments right here across from First Baptist where actually built by O.C. Barton, the same man who built Cavitt Place,” said Herron. “These are known as the Barton Flats…. I believe that these apartments were built around the 1920s.”

Herron said that the first Cavitt Place was a Queen Anne style ornate gingerbread home, which burned down in 1910. Barton soon began construction of the second Cavitt Place, which was finished in 1916. Barton was believed to be the first millionaire who resided in Paris. Cavitt Place has been the home to Camp Tyson headquarters, TVA, the Henry County Health Department and now the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center.

Paris-Henry County Heritage Center Director Suzy Herron (right) shows the campers what an old tire tool looks like that stands outside near Cavitt Place. (Cassie Walsh photo)

Herron also told the campers the news that in 2021, Henry County will be celebrating their bicentennial. She said that Henry County was started back in 1821 and plans for the bicentennial are in the beginning stages.

In addition to tours and learning about architecture of the homes on Poplar Street and Cavitt Place, campers also got the chance to ask questions, be creative and draw and Presson even showed off her dancing skills as she showed the kids the dance called the Charleston that was popular in the 1920s. 

Other stops on the summer history camp will include visiting the Train Station/ Post Office on Tuesday, Lee School building on Wednesday, Grove School building and the Courthouse on Friday.

Found Firearm Turned Into Paris Police

Paris, Tenn.- A found firearm was turned into the Paris Police Department on Sunday after an employee located the firearm in one of the lockers located at recreation center.

Paris Police Ptl. Steven Dean Jr. spoke to an employee of a local recreation center who had turned a black Smith and Wesson handgun along with thirteen rounds of .380 ammo, two magazines and black carry case that was found in one of the lockers on the property.

In an unrelated incident, A Dresden man was arrested for public intoxication on Sunday.

Paris Police Ptl. Daniel Andres arrested Billy Cox, 47, of Dresden for public intoxication. Cox’s bond was set at $250. He is scheduled to appear Thursday in Henry County General Sessions Court.  

KSP, Marshall Co. Sheriff's Dept., Murray PD Work Together on Arrest

Paris, Tenn.- A collaborative investigation between the Marshall County Sheriff’s office, Murray Police Department and the Kentucky State Police resulted in the arrest of two individuals.  A traffic stop was conducted on the Wal-Mart lot in Murray, Kentucky.  The individuals involved were identified as part of the investigation. Shea Le Chambers of Pilot Oak was the operator of the vehicle and the passenger was identified as Brett Eigenrauch of Mayfield.  It was found that Eigenrauch had 4 active warrants for his arrest from surrounding counties.

As a result of the stop, law enforcement retrieved $300.00 cash, Methamphetamine, Marijuana, drug paraphernalia, handgun, fake ID card and counterfeit US currency.  The amount of narcotics and items located were consistent with drug trafficking. The occupants in the vehicle were arrested, and lodged in the Calloway County Jail.

KSP was assisted on scene by the Marshall County Sheriff’s office, and Murray Police Department.

County Comm. Meets at 5pm Monday

Paris, Tenn.- The Henry County Commission will meet in regular session for June Monday evening and Rep. Bruce Griffey will be on hand to make a presentation to the County Commission. In addition, commissioners will look to approve budget transfers to sure up budgets as the end of the fiscal year approaches June 30th.

The commission also will discuss and likely approve the non-profit organizations allocations for the upcoming fiscal year on first reading. The non-profits are set to get over $95K from the County with the Volunteer Fire Departments getting $31K, the Heritage Center $10K, $5K to Lee Academy, and $3500 to Carl Perkins Center. The meeting is open at the public and begins at 5pm.

Police investigate stolen truck from Mansfield home

Mansfield, Tenn.- Police are investigating a truck that was stolen from a Mansfield Road home on Friday.

Henry County Sheriff’s Lt. Lance Perry spoke to the owner of the truck who stated that on Friday when he came outside he found that his silver 2007 Dodge 3500 Dually, valued at $30,000, had been stolen.

The victim told officers that he previously seen the truck at around 6 p.m. on Thursday, but he did notice two skinny white males walking down the road in front of his shed which is where he had parked his truck. The victim told police that the two men seemed to be walking towards Mansfield. Police are still investigating the case.

Get your tickets, tables for Cheeseburger at Breakers on Thursday

Buchanan, Tenn.- The Henry County Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse will once again hold Cheeseburgers at Breakers from 6-10 p.m. on Thursday, June 20th at Breakers Marina, located at 526 Shamrock Road in Buchanan.

Tickets for the event will cost $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 6-12 and kids ages 5 and younger will eat for free. Entertainment will be provided by Josh McKee.

For information about table or ticket purchases, please contact the Henry County Carl Perkins Center at 642-8455 or contact any Carl Perkins Center board member.

Church of Living God Temple #347 holding cookout Saturday

Paris, Tenn.- The Church of the Living God Temple #347, 719 Gwen St. in Paris, will hold a cookout from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, June 22.

Rib and chicken plates that will come with potato salad and baked beans will cost $10. Grilled hot dogs or hamburgers along with chips and a drink will cost $5.   

Working hard on the Atkins-Porter Community Park

Pictured from left are River Byrd, Pat Terrell, Mark Duncan. (Shannon McFarlin photo)

Paris, Tenn.--A small group of dedicated folks gathered at the Atkins-Porter Community Park for a work session Saturday morning. The group laid bricks through the park in areas where park benches will be placed and for a grilling area.

The group also chipped mortar from the large number of donated bricks for the project. A pavilion already has been erected in the park, bricked walkways have been installed and trees have been planted. The community park is located at 311 Jackson Street. (Shannon McFarlin photo).

Family Resouce Center taking applications for Back to School Blast

Paris, Tenn.- The Family Resource Center is now taking applications for their Back to School Blast that will be held from 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. on July 25 at the center located in Central School at 55 Jones Bend Road Extended in Paris. To apply, please call 642-2938.

Income eligible families will receive free backpacks and school supplies. Henry County Medical Center will also be providing their safe kids day. There will also be 25 local resources on hand with lots of free items that will be given away.   

Serving up burgers, cotton candy, more at Hulme's Sporting Goods Relay for Life fundraiser

Brian Hopkins (left) cooks some hamburgers, tenderloin and pizza on the Big Green Egg to demonstrate how the product works as Anna Veglio (right) watches at Hulme’s Sporting Goods Relay for Life Bake Sale and Fundraiser that was held on Saturday. (Cassie Walsh photo)

Paris, Tenn.- There was plenty of food, grilling demonstrations on the Big Green Egg and lots of support as Hulme’s Sporting Goodsheld a Relay for Life Bake Sale and Fundraiser on Saturday.

Anna Veglio looks at some of the baked goods at Hulme’s Sporting Goods Relay for Life Bake Sale and Fundraiser that was held on Saturday. (Cassie Walsh photo)

The cooking demonstrations on the Big Green Egg helped people try various types of food from hamburgers, tenderloin to pizza that was cooked on the grill. Walking inside Hulme's Sporting Goods, people got the chance to purchase various baked goods from chocolate covered pretzels, cakes, cupcakes and more at the Relay for Life bake sale.

Ali Veglio whips up some strawberry cotton candy for everyone to try.(Cassie Walsh photo)

After eating off the grill and picking up some goodies customers also got the chance to grab a taste of some childhood treats as Ali Veglio whipped up some cotton candy for everyone to try. People got the chance to choose between all different types of cotton candy flavors from strawberry, grape, green apple, piña colada, blue raspberry and more.

All of the proceeds from the bake sale along with the donations at Hulme’s Sporting Goods fundraiser will be donated to the Henry County Relay for Life.

Several people arrested on various charges on Friday

Henry County, Tenn.- A Buchanan man was arrested on possession charges on Friday.

Henry County Sheriff’s Sgt. Blake Jenkins charged Michael McBee, 40, of 675 Buchanan Road of Buchanan with simple possession of a schedule II substance. McBee’s bond was set at $750. He is scheduled to appear Thursday in Henry County Circuit Court.

A McKenzie man was charged with a driving offense on Friday.

Henry County Sheriff’s Deputy William Whitaker arrested Dustin Clayton, 46, of McKenzie for driving on a revoked license. Clayton’s bond was set at $500 and he is scheduled to appear Thursday in Henry County General Sessions Court.

A Paris woman was arrested for disorderly conduct at a local health care facility.

Paris Police Ptl. Zachariah Carper arrested Destiny Henry, 24, of 305 Sparks St. of Paris for disorderly conduct. Henry’s bond was set at $500 and she is scheduled to appear Thursday in Henry County General Sessions Court.

Looking at the stars to see the story they will tell

(Cassie Walsh photo)

Paris, Tenn.-  Kids and adults alike got the chance to put on their astrologer hats, while they got to see the stars and hear stories they tell as the 40 foot inflatable Chattanooga Space Lab planetarium stopped by the W.G. Rhea Public Library on Saturday.

Members of the Chattanooga Space Lab told participants some of the stories that are associated with some of the most popular constellations. Kids got to learn about how the stories that are associated with the constellations are based off of stories told from Green mythology. Kids were also shown what stars looked like in different solar systems and in different galaxies from earth, to the sun, the Milky Way and all the way to the edge of our known galaxy. 

(Cassie Walsh photo)

The space lab also showed the public how the stars align with days and months of the year and how constellations like the ones we know that are based off of Greek mythology can also be seen in the Chinese constellations. The space lab said that even though the Chinese have different stories that are associated with the Chinese constellations, you can still find the Greek constellations hidden within.

Palestine UMC VBS will be Wednesday-Saturday

Paris, Tenn.- Palestine United Methodist Church, 4059 Palestine Road in Paris, will hold vacation bible school from Wednesday, June 26- Saturday, June 29. Bible school will be held from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday-Friday. On Saturday, vacation bible school will be held from 3-5 p.m. with a luau cookout to follow.

All ages are encouraged to attend vacation bible school and this year’s theme will be surf shack “Catching the wave of God’s amazing love.” The mission of vacation bible school 2019 will be to support Project Bridge, through the donation of school supplies.

If you are able, you are encouraged to bring a few school supplies during one night of vacation bible school. If the church reaches its goal, the kids will be able to throw water balloons at selected staff members.

For more information please contact, Nikki Klopfenstein at 363-1663 to pre-register for a free t-shirt. The church will provide transportation as needed.

Paris Tri Club Bike and Hike day is Thurs. June 27

Springville, Tenn.- The Paris Tri Club will be hosting a Friends & Family Bike & Hike from 9-11 a.m. on Thursday, June 27. Everyone is invited to join the club for a day of biking, hiking, sight seeing and more at the Britton Ford Visitor’s center at the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge in Springville.

The Friends and Family Bike and Hike day will include a six-mile bike trip and two mile hike on the Britton Ford Trail. Helmets are required.

RSVPs not required, but appreciated. For more information please contact Jess Hart at 731-514-3896.

Two arrested for public intoxication

Paris, Tenn.- Two people have been arrested for public intoxication over the past few days.

Paris Police Sgt. Jamie James arrested George Freeland, 45, of 60 Campbell Road of Henry on Thursday for public intoxication. Freeland’s bond was set at $1,000. He is scheduled to appear Thursday in Henry County General Sessions Court.

Paris Police Ptl. Chad Andrews arrested Jamie Barnard, 30, of 407 Irvine St. of Paris on Wednesday for resisting arrest and public intoxication.

Barnard’s bond was set at $2,000. She is scheduled to appear Thursday in Henry County General Sessions Court.

Donations still accepted for Lee Academy's yard, bake sale

Paris, Tenn.- Lee Academy for the Arts is still accepting donations for its yard sale and bake sale that will be held from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday, June 22nd at Lee School, located at 402 Lee St. in Paris.

Items that can be donated include, home décor, any holiday décor, kitchen supplies, furniture, accessories and items for babies and children.

Home décor donation suggestions include, candle holders, picture frames, coffee tables, vases, bowls, baskets, lamps, decorative pillows, etc. Kitchen donation suggestions include, dishes, glassware, placemats, napkins and rings, serving pieces, small appliances, gadgets and more.

Furniture items in good condition can be donated, but mattresses will not be accepted. Donation suggestions for accessories include, hats, scarves, costume jewelry, etc. Donations items for baby and children should be clean and can include all kinds of toys, strollers, jumpers, swings, room décor and more.

Car seats that are not older than 5 years will also be accepted. Lee Academy asks that if plan to donate a car seat, please check the manufacturer’s label and make sure that the car seat have not been recalled.

Items can be dropped off between now and before June 19 and baked items should be delivered on Saturday, June 22nd.

Bethel's Junior Physcian Day is coming up on Sat. June 22nd

Paris, Tenn.- Bethel University’s College of Health Sciences Physician Assistant Program, located at 302B Tyson Ave. in Paris, will hold its junior physician day from 9 a.m.- noon on Saturday, June 22.

The public is encouraged to join Bethel Physician Assistant students for 911 education, CPR lessons, a photo booth, personal ID badges and stethoscopes, tours of ambulance and fire trucks and more.

 Tickets at the door will cost $10 per child or $20 for the entire family. All of the proceeds from event will benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

For more information, please contact Nicole Bielecki at 720-240-3357 or email her at nbielecki18@bethelu.edu.

Two arrested on assault charges after incident escalates

Mansfield, Tenn.- Two people were arrested on assault charges on Tuesday after a domestic assault escalated and resulted in one woman attempting to stab a man  at residence in Mansfield.

Henry County Sheriff’s Deputy Gary Carroll arrested Heather Wright, 34, of 2108 Lower Big Sandy Road of Big Sandy for aggravated assault. Carroll also arrested David Hensley, 34, of 620 Bear Creek Road of Mansfield for domestic assault. 

Wright’s bond was set at $10,000 and Hensley’s bond was set at $5,000.  They are each scheduled to appear Thursday in Henry County General Sessions Court.

Two Women Arrested After One Assaults Police Officer

Paris, Tenn.- Two women were arrested on multiple charges on Wednesday after one woman assaulted a police officer.

Paris Police Ptl. Amber Roaten arrested Rhonda Smith, 51, and Paris Police Lt. Michael Ramos arrested Amber Bond, 27, both of 909 Rogers St. of Paris.

Smith was charged with simple assault of an officer. Bond was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting stop, halt and frisk. Smith’s bond was set at $3,000 and Bond’s bond was set at $1,500. 

Paris Police Sgt. Jamie James arrested Jacob Fry, 29, of 330 Walnut St. of Paris for simple possession of a schedule III substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Fry’s bond was set at $1,000. He is scheduled to appear Thursday in Henry County General Sessions Court.

In an unrelated incident on Wednesday, Paris Police Sgt. Jamie James arrested Jacob Fry, 29, of 330 Walnut St. of Paris for simple possession of a schedule III substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Fry’s bond was set at $1,000. He is scheduled to appear Thursday in Henry County General Sessions Court.

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