Established in 1866, Paris Post Intelligencer is a publishing house of weekly newspapers. Based in Paris, Tenn., the daily circulation comprises 8 to 14 pages daily, with two or three sections several times a week. It uses printing equipment, such as hand-fed press, photo-composition equipment, computers, scanners, digital cameras, inserters and a high-speed press. Paris Post Intelligencer features topics under various sections, such as news, sports, opinion, lifestyle, classifieds, obituaries, births, business, farm and miscellaneous. Other columns include area calendar, church happenings, sudoku, lake stage, library, just for pets and local calendar.