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DCHS vs Livingston Academy (Homecoming)

Friday, September 30

Kick-Off: 7 p.m.

Tiger Talk: 6:30 p.m.

Murphy's Matchups: 6 p.m.

Coach to Coach: 5 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

The painted mule at Liberty has been restored to its former look after vandals repainted it in pride colors Friday night
The historic painted mule on the rock bluff at Liberty has been repainted by someone in a rainbow type color from its black color and the phrase Love Each Other and a Peace symbol  painted to the left of the mule and the name Adams  by the name L. Woodard below the mule
The DeKalb County Convenience Waste Collection facility on Highway 56 south will remain closed through October 1 to allow Jones Brothers Contractors, LLC to complete grade work on the highway 56 improvement project.
Come See “Lynn” the WJLE/DeKalb Animal Shelter featured “Pet of the Week” (View Video Here)
Reese Williams is the 2022 DCHS Homecoming Queen. A senior, Williams is the 17 year old daughter of Sarah Williams and Brian and Stephanie Williams. Spirit Week Activities will be next week September 26-30  including a Homecoming Parade on Friday, September 30 from the school to downtown and the DCHS Homecoming Football Game against Livingston Academy Friday night, September 30 at 7 p.m.
 The 2022 Homecoming Queen at DeKalb County High School is Senior Reese Williams (pictured third from left). The attendants pictured left to right are: Freshman Deanna Agee, Senior Carlee West, Queen Reese Williams, Senior Hannah Trapp, Junior Sadie Moore, and Sophomore Caroline Crook. Spirit Week Activities will be next week September 26-30  including a Homecoming Parade on Friday, September 30 from the school to downtown and the DCHS Homecoming Football Game against Livingston Academy Friday night, September 30 at 7 p.m.
35-year-old Simon Rodrigez Martinez charged with First Degree Murder after allegedly beating his girlfriend to death with a hammer
35-year-old Simon Rodrigez Martinez charged with First Degree Murder after allegedly beating his girlfriend to death with a hammer at this home at 620 South Mountain Street Smithville early Wednesday morning
Steve Officer showing sheep at Farm Day
DCHS Golfers Alison Poss and Brayden Summers Emerge from District Advancing to Region Tournament
DTC being awarded $15.6 Million in TNECD Broadband Infrastructure Grant Funding
DeKalb West Named “Reward School” by State Department of Education
DeKalb County High School has found a new way to promote student achievement with help from two local sponsor partners, FirstBank and Wilson Bank & Trust. New signs are now prominently displayed on the wall in the hallway of the school near the office to highlight the names of students who have met various academic and vocational benchmarks. Pictured here left to right are DCHS Assistant Principal Thomas Cagle, Alex Woodward of Wilson Bank & Trust, and DCHS Principal Bruce Curtis
DeKalb County High School has found a new way to promote student achievement with help from two local sponsor partners, FirstBank and Wilson Bank & Trust. New signs are now prominently displayed on the wall in the hallway of the school near the office to highlight the names of students who have met various academic and vocational benchmarks. Pictured here left to right are DCHS Principal Bruce Curtis, Casey Midgett of FirstBank and DCHS Assistant Principal Thomas Cagle.
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