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Lady Tigers Soccer Grab Big District Win

Article by Blake Franklin- The Lexington High School Lady Tigers soccer team was on their home field welcoming the McNairy County Lady Bobcats soccer team on Tuesday evening, September 13, 2022. This was a big match for the Lady Tigers, as this would be a district opponent that Lexington was hosting. A win would go…

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Election Commission Seeks to Relocate

Article by Steve Corlew- The Henderson County Election Commission is looking to relocate its offices, saying the current office has several issues, including it is not as handicap accessible as it should be. The Election Commission will present its request to the Henderson County Commission when they meet, September 26, 2022. In July the commission…

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Lady Tigers Win Against McNairy on Road

Article by Blake Franklin- The Lexington High School Lady Tigers volleyball team was in action in an away match on Tuesday, September 13, at McNairy County High School. This match was set up against a district opponent for Lexington, so the team knew there would be big implications with a win. The Lady Tigers didn’t…

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Scotts Hill, Doe Creek School Plans Appreciation Day

Article by Steve Corlew- Many activities are planned around the celebration of the Doe Creek school house and the city of Scotts Hill. The City of Scotts Hill will host its 40th annual Scotts Hill Appreciation Day September 30th and October 1st at Scotts Hill City Park. The 15th annual historic Doe Creek School House…

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Lady Tigers Make Gold Championship

Article by Blake Franklin- The Lexington High School Lady Tigers volleyball team participated in the Creek Wood Invitational on Saturday, September 17, 2022, in Dickson County, Tennessee. The Lady Tigers went up against some very talented teams and came away with some success in the tournament. Lexington made their way into the championship match in…

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Obituaries For September 21, 2022 Edition

Tony Duane Adkins, 54 Harry “Plowboy” Duke, 74 Bill Etheridge, 83 Betty Jo Higgins, 89 Kevin Johnson, 55 Dorothy McAdams, 90 Mattie McCaslin, 99 Edward “Mutt” Mayo, 85 Harry Neal Mitchell, Jr., 78 For complete obituaries, see the September 21st edition of The Lexington Progress. Subscribe Today!

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Henderson County Free Fair Begins a Weeklong Run

Article by Steve Corlew- The annual Henderson County Free Fair opened for business Monday night as the crowds took advantage of the long running free fair. The midway will open each night through Thursday, at 6:00 p.m. Those nights will feature a $20 bracelet. Friday will be School Day, with the midway opening from 10:00…

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SH Lions Football Takes Down Gleason

Article by Blake Franklin- Being on the road the first three games of the season, Scotts Hill High School football was happy to host their first home football game of the year, as the Lions welcomed Gleason to “The Hill” this past Friday evening, September 9. Scotts Hill looked to even their overall record with…

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LES Receives $27.49 Million Broadband Grant

Article by Steve Corlew- The Lexington Electric System has been awarded a $27.49 million grant for broadband service, September 12, 2022. The Lexington City Board is meeting at noon, Thursday, September 15, at City Hall to vote on acceptance of the grant. According to Lexington Electric System Manager, Jeff Graves, the city will have to…

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LMS Secures Homecoming Win Against Chester County

Article by Blake Franklin- Lexington Middle School had their football homecoming festivities last Thursday evening, September 8, before the team welcomed Chester County to Minutemen Stadium. Lexington was looking to keep the celebrations going with a win over an undefeated Eagles football team. The Minutemen knew this would be a difficult task on the night,…

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