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Everett Horn Library Adds Much-Needed Resource

Article by W. Clay Crook- The Everett Horn Lexington – Henderson County Library has added a much-needed resource to the Tennessee Room, just in time for the Bicentennial celebrations. Library Director Crystal Ozier said that a new, state of the art, digital microfilm reader is now ready for use. There were two other manual readers,…

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LHS Tiger Football Records Big Win

Article by Blake Franklin- The Lexington High School Big Red Tigers were looking to retrieve a much-needed win this past Friday night, September 17, against the McNairy County Bobcats. The game was played at Tigers Stadium here in Lexington, Tennessee after the starting time was pushed back due to inclement weather. Once the Tigers hit…

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Pine Grove Baptist Church Walking Trail Project

Article by W. Clay Crook- “We are living in an age which becomes more digital every day,” said Rev. David Skorupa, “and we are hoping to provide an opportunity for people to get outdoors and enjoy God’s creation.” The project is a walking trail in the northwest corner of the Pine Grove Baptist Church campus…

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Minutemen Beat HCS Football to Stay Undefeated

Article by Blake Franklin- The Lexington Minutemen football team was back in action with two games that were scheduled last week. The first game was a makeup game from earlier in the season with Hardin County, and the next game was to welcome a in-county team to their home field. The Hardin County game, on…

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New Dashboard Will Assist Counties with Redistricting

Release-The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office has produced a new online dashboard that gives county government officials and citizens a better understanding of how county commission districts must change in response to the 2020 U.S. Census. The dashboard uses GIS technology to display population information for each of the state’s 849 county commission districts. The dashboard includes…

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Lady Tigers Take Down Hardin County

Article by Blake Franklin- The Lexington High School Lady Tigers volleyball team returned to their home court last Tuesday evening to face off with another Lady Tigers volleyball team. This time, Lexington would host the Hardin County Lady Tigers. LHS wasted no time on the night in securing their 22nd victory of the season by…

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Public Meeting on Lexington Main Street Pedestrian Improvements Project Held

Article by W. Clay Crook- On Monday evening, September 20, 2021, a public meeting was held at the Lexington Utilities Operations Facility to give feedback on the upcoming Lexington Main Street Pedestrian Improvements Project. The presentation was made by Mr. Robert J. Safin, a Principal Engineer at TLM Associates. The project, which will add and…

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Lions Take Tough Loss at Riverside

Article by Blake Franklin- The Scotts Hill High School Lions football team made their way into Decatur County last Friday evening, September 17, 2021. This has become a rival game between the two schools given the close proximity between them both. The Riverside Panthers would end up getting the best of the Lions on the…

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Wreck at Church Street and Linden Street Leaves One Injured

Article by W. Clay Crook- Henderson County EMS transported an injured driver from the scene of a late afternoon wreck on Wednesday, September 15, 2021. James Johnson, age 71 of Lexington, was stopped to make a left turn from East Church onto Linden Street, when a second vehicle, a white 2017 Hyundai Sonata, driven by…

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Lexington Gets Huge District Win Over McNairy

Article by Blake Franklin- In an away game last Thursday, September 16, the Lady Tigers volleyball team was looking to keep their district record intact without suffering a loss. Lexington battled a pretty good Lady Bobcats team as they traveled to McNairy County High School. The Lady Tigers would succeed at earning their fifth straight…

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