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LHS Tigers Take Win Over Lions at Chandler Gymnasium

Article by Blake Franklin- In a game that lets one team have some bragging rights within the county, two schools battled it out at Chandler Gymnasium on Friday night, January 15. The team that came away with the honors were the Big Red Tigers basketball team. Lexington went on the road and claimed the in-county…

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Corporate Prayer Held at the Courthouse and County Offices

Article Submitted- If you passed by the Henderson County Courthouse on Saturday, January 16, 2021, about 10:30 a.m., you probably didn’t think anything about the cars that were parked around it. What you didn’t see though were the men, women, teens, and children who had gathered inside to pray…praying for our city, our county, our…

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Lady Lions Take Win Over In-County Rival

Article by Blake Franklin- The gymnasium at Scotts Hill High School, also known as Chandler Gymnasium, was the place to be on Friday night, January 15. The crowd was from all around Henderson County as the Lady Lions hosted the Lady Tigers from Lexington High School. It would be the Scotts Hill Lady Lions that…

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Remembering Dr. King

Article by W. Clay Crook- With the number of active COVID-19 cases remaining over three hundred in Henderson County during the month of January, the celebratory events for the local Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day were cancelled for public safety’s sake. However, the day still merits reflection on this great American. History.com’s “This Day…

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SH Lions Cruise Past North Side Indians

Article by Blake Franklin- On Monday evening, January 12, the Scotts Hill Lions basketball team hit the road to face off against the North Side High School Indians. Showcasing their talent on the team, Scotts Hill found the night to be a success as the Lions didn’t trail at the end of any quarter. Scotts…

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Lomax Sworn in as New LPD Officer

Article Submitted- Zachery Lomax (left) was sworn in by Lexington Mayor Jeff Griggs (right) as the Lexington Police Department’s newest officer on January 14, 2021. “We are happy to welcome Patrolman Zachery Lomax to the LPD Team,” Captain Jeff Middleton said. For this and other interesting articles, see the January 20th edition of The Lexington…

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Big Red Tigers Claim Win Over Chester County

Article by Blake Franklin- The Big Red Tigers basketball team didn’t waste any time getting back into rhythm. This past Tuesday night, January 12, 2021, Lexington welcomed Chester County to their home court. Wanting to give the fans in attendance an entertaining night, that’s just what the Tigers did. Lexington would go on to defeat…

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Henderson County School Board Meets

Article by W. Clay Crook- The Henderson County School Board met on Thursday evening, January 14, 2021 in regular session with COVID-19 safety precautions and social distancing in place. The board approved the 2021 / 2022 school calendar, with the schedule remaining the same as in the past. Director of Schools, Steve Wilkinson, discussed the…

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SH Lady Lions Dominate North Side in Big Victory

Article by Blake Franklin- When the Lady Lions hit the road to take on the Lady Indians of North Side High School last Tuesday, January 12, the team wanted to make quick work of things and close out the game as soon as possible. Well, the Lady Indians were no match for Scotts Hill as…

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