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Henderson County Grand Jury Hands Down 50 True Bills of Indictment

Article by W. Clay Crook- The Henderson County Grand Jury met on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 and handed down 50 true bills of indictment, including 2 sealed indictments: • Caitynn Leann Bedwell, Theft Over $2,500 • Christopher Bradshaw, Theft Over $1,000 • Darius Buckner, Unlawful Carrying / Possession of a Weapon by a Convicted Felon…

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Lady Tigers Volleyball Claims Third Straight District Title

Article by Blake Franklin- With a team goal of winning District 13AA, the Lexington High School Lady Tigers volleyball team had one more opponent to claim victory over in reaching the team’s goal. Lexington would need to get through Chester County last Thursday, October 7, in order to claim the rights to that third consecutive…

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Skeletal Themes for Halloween

Article by W. Clay Crook- Every once in a while, not only does a story fall into your lap, but almost writes itself. My Aunt Susie Bunch sent me some photographs from Broad Street where two skeletons were getting married, “and yesterday, they were mowing and raking, and laid out to soak up the sun…

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Henderson County North Defeats Bolivar to Finish Regular Season

Article by Blake Franklin- Henderson County North traveled to Bolivar to play their last regular season game on Thursday, September 30, 2021. The Tigers offense received the ball first and went to work. Slot receiver Cameren Gorden did most of the work on the opening drive, gashing the Bolivar defense with several good runs. Mason…

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Meet the Bicentennial Mural Artists

Article by W. Clay Crook- The mural for Henderson County’s Bicentennial is coming along very well and there are some very special artists, from our own home county, that are doing the work. Amber Douglas is heading the project, along with Sarah Cagle, Latoya Bomar, and Shannon Turnbo. The mural is going up on the…

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SHHS Lady Lions Soccer Advance To District-11 Championship

Article by Blake Franklin- The Scotts Hill High School Lady Lions soccer team ended their regular season as the district 11 – 2nd seed, and began their district tournament play last Thursday, October 7, 2021, in Waynesboro, TN. Despite the Henderson County school system being on fall break, the team practiced and prepared for their…

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Board of Zoning Appeals Meets

Article by W. Clay Crook- The Lexington Board of Zoning Appeals met in a rescheduled meeting on Monday, October 11, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. Attending were Brian Williams (chair), Andy Anderson, Jim McKee, Centras Forney, and Jimmy Burton. The board approved a request for a use on appeal by Mr. Jim Terry to allow transitional…

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LHS Lady Tigers Start District Tournament

Article by Blake Franklin- On Tuesday, September 28th, the Lexington High School Lady Tigers soccer team won their last regular season game against Scotts Hill, by a final score of 4-0. This was a great regular season finale, which included the senior night celebration. The seniors on the team that were highlighted were Alexis Cole,…

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Sardis Board Meets

Article by W. Clay Crook- The Board of Mayor and Aldermen for Sardis met in regular session on Monday evening, October 4, 2021, but City Recorder, Wayne Scott, hopes that the November 1st meeting will have a big turnout. The board is wanting some good feedback from the residents on which way to head on…

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LHS Volleyball Records Semifinal Victory

Article by Blake Franklin- The Lexington High School Lady Tigers volleyball team looked to grab a District 13AA semifinal win last Tuesday night at McNairy County High School. Lexington took on Hardin County in a match that a win sent them to the district championship game. The Lady Tigers were up for the challenge as…

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