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TWRA Officer Tony Cross

Monday, August 2

7:05 a.m.

 

Longtime local physician Dr. J.C. Wall of Smithville, passed away Saturday night July 31, 2021 at Centennial Medical Center in Nashville. He was 66.
Monthly “Shop Late Local” Event Kicks-Off August 5
2021 DeKalb Saints Football Team
The 2021 DeKalb Middle School Football Cheerleaders - Pictured front row from left are Jaycee Daley, Brookelyn Morris, Khloe Grandstaff, Sophie Adcock, and Landon Tubbs. Pictured back row are Deanna Agee, Lola Colwell, Brooklynn Blaylock, Lillie Young, and Leah Trapp.
County Sets 30 MPH Speed Limit on Big Hurricane Road
Fifth District Commissioner Jerry Adcock Resigns from County Budget Committee
An accident occurred Monday morning on Broad Street as an eastbound International semi and trailer, driven by 60 year old Ronald Moon of Crossville, went under the South College Street (Veterans Memorial) bridge while hauling a New Holland tractor and bush hog. The extended arm and box blade of the bush hog apparently hit the underside of the bridge causing some minor damage to the structure
DeKalb Schools to Reopen for Student Registration August 2
                                                                                                   The DeKalb County High School Tiger Football Program is gearing up for the 2021 campaign with sights set on the season opener at Warren County on Friday August 20 at 7 p.m. WJLE will have LIVE coverage.     (Chris Tramel Photo from 2020)
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