Olive Selected as New Director of Schools

    Blue paper ballots were distributed by LCSS board chair, Robert Helms, as a full room waited in anticipation for news of the new Director of Schools for the Lexington City School System.  The board was unanimous on the first vote in selecting Cindy Haddock Olive as the new director.  November 1st is the…

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LHS Lady Tigers Soccer Team Takes District Title

For the third consecutive season, the Lady Tiger soccer team has claimed the district title. Lexington entered the district tournament as the 3rd seed but turned in some of the best performances of the season to take the district crown. The Lady Tigers outscored the opponents 18-3 in the run to the championship. In the…

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Handicap Accessible Ramp and New Entrance for Pafford’s

Frames and timbers stretch along the side of the stately brick edifice on South Monroe. “It’s more than just an ADA ramp,” said Rob Helms, the fourth-generation owner and operator of Pafford’s Funeral home in Lexington, Tennessee. The construction will include a full deck and “an entirely new exit,” said Helms. In 1883, D. D.…

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Falcon Plastics to Host Students

The Lexington-Henderson County Alliance is pleased to announce a celebration of “Manufacturing Month 2017.” Falcon Plastics will open its doors on October 20, 2017 to more than 100 students, teachers, and community partners from the Lexington and Scotts Hill High Schools as part of an effort to change perceptions about today’s manufacturing environment, and draw…

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SH Lady Lions Soccer Reaches All-Time High

The Lady Lions soccer team had an opportunity to go where no other team had gone before this past Tuesday. If the team could win, it would secure a berth in the Region tournament. The Lady Lions would have to play Loretto in the District Semi-Finals. Scotts Hill had already beaten Loretto in the regular…

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Obituaries for October 18, 2017

Melba Brasher Johnson, 87 Kathryn Land Brown, 45 Christine Carey Clark, 54 Jessie Ray Coffman, 76 Troy Elvington, Jr., 60 Edna J. Hendon, 92 Lula Mae Wadley, 99 For complete obituaries, see the October 18th edition of The Lexington Progress. Subscribe Today!

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Foul Lines To Field Goals

Hello boys and girls, this is your friendly neighborhood sports writer, again. I thought since my World Series pick from a couple of weeks ago is now booking early vacations to Hawaii, and the defending World Series Champions are down 2-0, as of this writing, I want to talk about just how hard it is…

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One Injured on Hwy. 100 at Bailey Road

  THP, EMS, and the Henderson County Sheriff’s and Fire Departments responded to a two vehicle accident around 2:30 p.m. on Highway 100 at Bailey Road, near Reagan, Tennessee. A gold extended cab pickup had a front end collision with a red, flat bed, transfer truck, leaving one injured. The transfer truck appeared to be…

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Bike Fest A Bike Success!

13th Annual Beech Lake Bike Fest Photo by: W. Clay Crook / The Lexington Progress Out of a clear sky came peels of rolling thunder, the sound carrying clearly in waves across the surface of Beech Lake. At the entrance, Old Glory snapped in regimented pairs along each side of the road. Reaching the crest…

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Attempted Armed Robbery- Peoples Bank Reagan

Update 1 p.m. Sat- Capt. Grisham with the Henderson County Sheriff’s Dept. said that the man entered the Peoples Bank with sunglasses, all covered up; then, fired one shot at the teller’s station.  He then became frustrated at the failed attempt and fled the scene.  The FBI is now involved with the incident. Sheriff Brian…

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