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Obituaries For November 24, 2021 Edition

April Aston, 44 Lisa Barnickel, 59 James A. Delaney, 77 Joel Edward Gordon, 86 Julie Adams Higgins, 55 Felicity Nicole Inman, 19 Yvonne Johnson, 69 Donald W. Jones, 68 Lacey Adams Maness, 34 Tammy Melson, 52 William R. Miller, Jr., 72 Walter Byron Moore, 58 Billie Jo Peters, 51 Wanda Kay Sego, 62 Tracy Tucker,…

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Manufacturer Invests $16 Million, Bringing 155 New Jobs

Release- Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and 86 Pearson Lane, LLC officials announced on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, that the startup company will establish new manufacturing operations in Lexington. 86 Pearson Lane, a commercial heat exchanger manufacturer, will invest $16 million and create 155 new jobs as…

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Lexington Tigers Start New Season with Win

Article by Blake Franklin- The Lexington Big Red Tigers basketball team is under first year head coach Jason Fitch this season and the Tigers put up big numbers to start under the new regime. Lexington was wanting to get the season started and get the first win under their belt. The Tigers were able to…

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LHS Beta Receives Honors at Convention

Article by Nicki Johnson- As many of you may have noticed, I do not post as much as I used to during the Beta Convention. I am just so busy, and I know our Booster parents will take plenty. With that said, this is not a photo dump since I have few. Instead, it’s an…

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Lady Lions Triumphant Over Clifton Lady Lions

Article by Blake Franklin- The season tipped of last Tuesday evening, November 16, 2021, for the Scott Hill Lady Lions basketball team. This year’s team is looking to have a big season ahead and got things started in the right direction with their first game of the season. The Lady Lions welcomed Clifton to their…

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Ayers Street Man Arrested on Attempted 2nd Degree Murder, Kidnapping, Child Abuse and other Charges

Article by W. Clay Crook- Marco Antonio Davalos, age 33 of Ayers Street in Lexington, was arrested on November 15, 2021, on aggravated assault, domestic related assault, false imprisonment, criminal attempt of 2nd degree murder, aggravated kidnapping, three counts of child abuse and neglect, and attempted assault on a fetus. According to the court documents,…

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Lions Open Season with Win Over Frank Hughes

Article by Blake Franklin- Last Tuesday evening, November 16, 2021, the Scotts Hill Lions basketball team tipped off their season by hosting Frank Hughes in Reagan, Tennessee. This is one of the annual Hall of Fame games that Scotts Hill participates in each year. The Lions got things rolling quickly and made sure to start…

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Lady Tigers Basketball Secures First Big Win

Article by Blake Franklin- The Lady Tigers basketball team started their season on the road last Tuesday evening, November 16, 2021. Lexington made their way to Humboldt High School to face off against the Lady Vikings. The Lady Tigers were bound to get their season started on the right path and secure a win. With…

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TBI Leads Search in Henderson County on Suspicious Death

Article by W. Clay Crook- “At the request of 24th District Attorney General Matt Stowe and 26th District Attorney General Jody Pickens, TBI special agents are investigating the suspicious death of a 20-year-old Decatur County woman,” TBI Public Information Officer Keli McAlister said to The Lexington Progress. “This remains an active and ongoing investigation.” Henderson…

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