County Commissioners Hear Report on Recent Property Assessments

Article by W. Clay Crook- The Henderson County Commission met in regular monthly session on Tuesday evening, August 14th, with a report and presentation by Deputy Comptroller Jason Mumpower from the state Comptroller’s Office as the first order of business. The Comptroller’s Office has been assisting with reassessing property in Henderson County for the last…

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Big Red Tigers Defeat Adamsville in Jamboree

Article by Kerry Mallard- Lexington hosted the 2019 jamboree last Friday and several thousand fans were on hand to get a sneak peak of what’s in store for the coming season. Lexington, Huntingdon, Scotts Hill, Adamsville and McNairy were the participants in the final preseason scrimmages. Now that the preseason is over, the Tigers and…

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Scotts Hill Defeats McNairy in Jamboree

Article by Kortney Mallard- Scotts Hill wrapped up the preseason in fine fashion Friday night, defeating McNairy 14-0. With the preseason behind them, the Lions are ready to start the regular season. The home opener will be played Friday night when Scotts Hill will have a brand-new opponent when they host Walnut, Mississippi. Not only…

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Henderson County Part of the Circle of Hope Spotlight

Article by W. Clay Crook- Henderson County had the 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. spotlight on the Sunday, August 18th, Circle of Hope Telethon in Jackson, Tennessee. Cindy Olive, Whitney Owens and Kay Emerson manned the phones while Colton Flanagan and Bryan Moffitt were part of the on-stage entertainment. The telethon raised about $1,416,105.00 this year, with…

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LHS Golf Gets 1st Win of the Season

Article by Kerry Mallard- After having the first match of the season postponed due to the hot weather last Tuesday, the Tigers opened the season last Thursday at Woodland Hills Golf Course in Jackson while taking on South Side. Lexington lost the match 190 to 175. Rylan Swindle and Eli Newton both shot a 46…

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Early Voting in Lexington Starts Friday

Article by W. Clay Crook- Early voting will begin Friday, August 23rd for the city of Lexington election, and end Saturday, September 7th. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, the voting hours will be from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays will be from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Voting on Saturdays…

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Lady Tigers Volleyball Opens Season with Win

Article by Kerry Mallard- Lexington played host to Milan and Scotts Hill on Monday as the 2019 season officially began. The Lady Tigers were impressive picking up two wins to start the season. In game one Lexington defeated Milan 2-0 (25-10), (25-18). In game two Lexington defeated Scotts Hill 2-0 (25-7), (25-13). Sydney Owens led…

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Scotts Hill Volleyball Defeated in Tri-Match

Article by Kortney Mallard- Scotts Hill started their volleyball season on Monday night when they traveled to Lexington and competed in a tri-match against Lexington and Milan. In Scotts Hill’s first match of the night, the Lady Lions fell to Milan in two sets. Scotts Hill lost the first set 25-17 and the second set…

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