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Memorial Day Honors Those Who Died for Our Freedom

Article by Steve Corlew- While for some it is the beginning of summer, a four-day weekend filled with cookouts, outdoor activities, and a day at the beach, it also marks a solemn remembrance of those that sacrificed their lives so we could celebrate our freedoms. Ceremonies were held in Henderson County and around West Tennessee…

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TCAP Scores Improve, New Laws Cause Concerns

Article by Steve Corlew- Tennessee’s third graders have faced a variety of challenges since starting school. They were sent home from kindergarten due to covid and were in and out during the first grade. The students also missed some school in the second grade. The third grade has been their first normal year. Now third…

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Scotts Hill Lady Lions State Run Comes to an End

Article by Jordan Morris- The Scotts Hill Lady Lions Softball Team made it to the Spring Fling State Tournament in Murfreesboro last week. The first game the Lady Lions played was against Waverly Central. Unfortunately, a walk-off left the Scotts Hill Lady Lions on the wrong end of a 5-4 defeat to Waverly Central on…

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New Lodge Slated for Natchez Trace State Park

Article by Steve Corlew- Pin Oak Lodge at Natchez Trace State Park will be getting make over after funds were approved in the state’s 2023 budget. Based on the current design, the new lodge will look a lot like the lodge recently built at Paris Landing State Park. Governor Bill Lee’s budget included $69 million…

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