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Feral Cats, COPS Grant, Head Start Top City Board Agenda

Article by W. Clay Crook- The Board of Aldermen and Mayor for the city of Lexington met in regular session on Tuesday evening, November 6th, to a full house. Members of the audience included representatives from the Frances Hensley Animal Shelter, a veterinarian’s office, animal control, and several concerned citizens, each with a conscience towards…

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Youthful Lady Lions Looking to Improve

The Scotts Hill Lady Lions will kick off their 2018-2019 season this week, with a game last night against Clarksburg and at Santa Fe on Friday. The Lady Lions finished their 2017-2018 season with a less than stellar record of 12-15. Now, the Lady Lions have a sophomore driven team, which will likely be undersized…

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Col. See Speaks at Courthouse Veterans Day Ceremony

Article by W. Clay Crook- Colonel Frederick See, U.S. Army (Ret.), was the special guest speaker at the Veterans Day Ceremony at the Henderson County Courthouse. Veteran’s Day was November 11th, but the official holiday, as well as the Lexington event, was celebrated nationwide on Monday, November 12th. The ceremony is hosted annually by VFW…

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Open House on JCI Site Information

Article by W. Clay Crook- The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation and the Department of Health held an open house question and answer opportunity for the public concerning some rumored issues at the old Johnson Controls site. The meeting at the Lexington Utilities Operations Facility on Thursday evening, November 8th was open and offered…

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Tigers Lose Close Game at Jamboree

Lexington put the finishing touches on the pre-season Saturday and will be facing several games between now and the end of the year. The season officially started last night at Dyer County and will continue Saturday at Crockett County. The first home game of the season will be Monday, when the Tigers host Huntingdon. Saturday…

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Parkers Crossroads Battlefield Holds Living History and Memorial Service

Article by W. Clay Crook- Cannons and caissons were rolled across the south battlefield at Parkers Crossroads, part of the setup of the two-day Living History event planned for Saturday November 10th and Sunday November 11th.  The Living History was hosted by the 7th Tennessee Cavalry Company G, the 1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery, and the 10th…

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Sardis Town Board Meets

Article by W. Clay Crook- The Sardis town board held its regular meeting on Monday evening, November 5th at the town hall building. Mayor Joey Hudgins reported on his evening at the SWHRA annual dinner, and also the results from the Joint Economic Committee meeting with the other mayors. The direction of the Lexington – Henderson…

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LHS Lady Tigers Open Season at Dyer County

Opening week of basketball features two games for Lady Tigers basketball. Last night, Lexington opened the season at Dyer County and Saturday the Lady Tigers will travel to Crockett County. These games are coming off the heels of the final pre-season event which took place last Saturday at the jamboree at Trenton. Now that the…

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