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Seventeen-Year Old Missing in Paris


  The City of Paris Police Department is seeking information on the location of a 17-year old female, who left home without consent of her guardian on November 7. She was last seen on Wednesday, November 7 at 8:00 to 8:30 p.m. The family received a text message from Brooklyn McCarthy on November 8, 2:14 p.m. stating she was going ...

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Fifth Suspect At Large in Bruceton Liquor Store Burglary


  Wanted for Burglary, Attempted Murder CARROLL COUNTY – The fifth of five suspects in the August 8 burglary of the Old Railroad Wine and Spirits in Bruceton has been identified as Laddarrius Deshan Brown. He evaded arrest after he and four accomplices burgled the store, stole the safe, and drove in a van toward Huntingdon. Investigator Jackie Wallace of ...

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Auditions for Christmas on Broadway

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  The Dixie announces auditions for the favorite event of the Christmas season…Christmas on Broadway! Anyone 18 years or older who is currently a touring professional or a serious student in music or performance is invited to audition for the cast on November 16. Please have prepared 16 bars of a song and bring your track on CD or ready ...

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  Manufacturer to invest $2 million, create approximately 50 jobs   NASHVILLE – Magnum Manufacturing, Inc. announced today plans to invest $2 million in its operations in Erin and create approximately 50 jobs in Houston County during the next five years.   “This expansion by Magnum is significant for Erin and Houston County,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe said. “It is critical ...

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Primary Care Clinic of Trezevant Opens


  Primary Care Clinic of Trezevant opened October 30 at 45 Hurt Street in Trezevant and held its ribbon-cutting ceremony on November 7 with the assistance of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. Chamber members and community representatives attended the ceremony to welcome the new clinic to Trezevant. Clinic hours are 8 a.m.– 6 p.m., Monday to Thursday. Appointments and ...

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  Local Residents May be Targeted through Social Media   DRESDEN, Tenn. (November 3, 2017) – The Weakley County Health Department has been notified by a local resident of a potential scam in which people are told they have won money from the health department.   The scam reportedly involves an individual who is notifying potential victims through Facebook to ...

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Senator Bob Corker Disputes Trump’s Claim of Support of Iran Deal

From the office of Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.)   More than two weeks ago, President Trump claimed on Twitter that Senator Corker is “largely responsible for the horrendous Iran Deal!” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders later said, “Senator Corker worked with Nancy Pelosi and the Obama administration to pave the way for that legislation and basically rolled out the ...

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Downtown Paris Spooktacular, a Howling Good Time

  (Paris, TN) The twelfth annual downtown Spooktacular, sponsored by the Downtown Paris Association (DPA), promises a howling good time on the Henry County Court House lawn on Saturday afternoon, October 21st. Organizations and businesses will provide free crafts, entertainment, contests with prizes, live music and concessions from noon until 3:00 p.m. Downtown merchants invite children to trick or treat ...

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Jackson Police Charge Man in Armed Robbery

JACKSON,  Tennessee (July 13)  – Jackson police have charged Decarlos Taylor, 20, of Jackson, with Aggravated Robbery, Tampering with Evidence and Evading Arrest in connection to an armed robbery. The crime occurred around 9:30 a.m., today at Eastgate Discount Beer and Tobacco, located at 825 Whitehall Street. Taylor is in custody at the Madison County Jail and will be formally ...

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Tennessee Opens I-55 Memphis Welcome Center

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (July 13, 2017) The new I-55 Memphis Welcome Center is officially hosting guests, the Tennessee Departments of Transportation and Tourist Development announced today. “This facility replaces what was the state’s oldest Welcome Center,” TDOT Commissioner John Schroer said. “I’m pleased we can offer visitors a state-of-the-art facility, while also preserving a bit of the history from the past.” ...

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