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American Legion Field of Flags Up Until November 20th

Article by W. Clay Crook- The Field of Flags has become an annual, time-honored event, which ushers in the season for Veterans Day. The field at the corner of Eastern Shores Drive and West Church Street has become one of the largest patriotic flag displays in the nation and has been nationally recognized. The Field…

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Lady Lions Soccer Compete In District Championship

Article by Blake Franklin- The Scotts Hill High School Lady Lions soccer team competed for the District 11 Championship on October 12, 2021. At the final whistle, the Lady Lions, who left their all on the field, were crowned District Runner-up after a hard battle against a very strong Adamsville High School Lady Cardinal soccer…

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Leadership Class Hosted to Law Enforcement Day

Article by W. Clay Crook- The Henderson County Leadership Class was hosted to a Law Enforcement Day on Thursday, October 21, 2021. Henderson County Sheriff Brian Duke and Investigator Jeremiah Adams welcomed the class to the Criminal Justice Center at 8:15 a.m. that morning. After an overview of the Henderson County Sheriff’s Department, the class…

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Lady Tigers Volleyball Season Ends with Loss to Hume Fogg

Article by Blake Franklin- While the Lexington Lady Tigers volleyball team had a very successful season in getting into postseason play, Lexington was looking to make their way through the 2021 Class AA State Volleyball Tournament. Competing with the best of the best, Lexington knew coming into this match that the season was all on…

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Obituaries For October 27, 2021 Edition

Helen Singleton Britt, 84 Eugene Burton, 76 Joe V. Dunivan, 82 Billy Halbrooks, 86 Geraldine Johnson, 92 Aaron Liles, 42 William Roy Middleton, 73 Wilma Sue Moffitt, 89 For complete obituaries, see the October 27th edition of The Lexington Progress. Subscribe Today!

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Sunset Valley’s Unique Henderson County Bicentennial Maze

Article by W. Clay Crook- While all of Tennessee is celebrating Tennessee 225, only a small handful of the 95 counties are celebrating their bicentennial. Henderson County is one of those unique areas celebrating its 200th birthday, and the event is made even more unique by the one-of-a-kind, state of the art, Bicentennial Maze at…

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LHS Volleyball Heads to State

Article by Blake Franklin- The Lexington High School Lady Tigers volleyball team can check one more of their personal team goals off the list. The Lady Tigers are headed to the state tournament in their quest to try and bring home a Class AA state championship. In being able to get to that point, Lexington…

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Tyler Spann Floragraph Heads to 2022 Rose Parade

Article by W. Clay Crook- Friends, family, and former coaches met at the Lexington High School Gymnasium on Friday evening, October 15, 2021, to pay a tribute to Tyler Spann. After a prayer, they lined up to put the finishing touches on Tyler’s floragraph, which will be sent to California to be included on the…

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Big Red Tigers Football Trounce Chester County

Article by Blake Franklin- On a special night for the seniors of the Lexington High School football team, the senior night ceremony was held before kickoff of the football game against Chester County last Friday night, October 15. The Tiger football team wanted to honor those seniors with special recognition beforehand and also by bringing…

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