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Board of Education changes course and now seeks 2 new Pre-K to 8th grade schools and a renovation of Northside Elementary to a Pre-K to 8th grade school. Seventh district member Shaun Tubbs (shown here) a proponent of the Pre-K to 8th grade building model, advocated his position to fellow board members in a power point presentation during a workshop held prior to a special meeting Thursday night.
WJLE’s Fearless Forecasters talking college football Thursday: Pictured left to right-Jeff James of DeKalb County Insurance, Noah Gill of Gill Automotive, Special guest Steven Jennings, former DCHS athlete and pro baseball player of the Greensboro Grasshoppers, a Single-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, and Dewain Hendrixson of DeKalb Ace Hardware
WJLE’s Fearless Forecasters talking college football Thursday: Pictured left to right-Ricky Atnip representing the Charles D. Atnip Realty and Auction Company and Jacob Parsley of Liberty State Bank
WJLE’s Fearless Forecasters talking college football Thursday: Pictured left to right-Jared Davis of Davis Auto Body, Chad Kirby of Love-Cantrell Funeral Home, and Will Graham of Graham Services
WJLE’s Fearless Forecasters talking college football Thursday: Pictured left to right-Scott Brown of Middle Tennessee Natural Gas, Grant James of DeKalb County Insurance, and John Pryor, WJLE’s Voice of DCHS Sports
Longtime DeKalb County Firefighter and former School Board member Jerry Wayne Johnson passed away Tuesday. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, 2019 at Anderson Funeral Home in Alexandria. Johnson had two stints on the school board. He was first elected in 1992. Back then the terms were for six years and he served until 1998. He ran for the school board again in 2014 and was elected to a four year term. He left office in 2018. Jerry Wayne served with the Liberty Station of the DeKalb Co. Fire Department for 44 years and had been station commander for many years. (Johnson (left) is pictured here with Director of Schools Patrick Cripps in August 2018)
Smithville Head Start Students of the Month: Left to Right: Rosellen Garrido, Jackson Johnson, Monyca Soto Perez, Taylor Belcher
Last One Standing Dodgeball Challenge Saturday to benefit DCHS Tigerette Softball
The 2nd Annual Festival of Trees opened Monday night at the county complex with the unveiling of an impressive collection of uniquely decorated Christmas trees.
Santa visits with youngster on the North Pole Stage during Festival of Trees 2nd Annual Opening Night,
Santa makes his arrival Sunday in the Liberty Christmas Parade
Liberty Christmas Parade: The Dowelltown Baptist Church took 1st place for their float entry featuring a nativity and crucifixion scene with the theme “Come Let Us Adore Him”
Liberty Christmas Parade: Second place float went to Wilson Bank & Trust.
Liberty Christmas Parade: First Place Classic car went to Jeff and Ellen Herrin
Liberty Christmas Parade: Second Place Classic car went to Mark and Melinda Miller
Liberty Christmas Parade: Charlie Robinson and friends
Liberty Christmas Parade: Smoky Bear
Liberty Christmas Parade : Horseback riders.
Liberty Christmas Parade: Salem Baptist Church
Liberty Christmas Parade: 4 wheeler
Liberty Christmas Parade: Cookie Monsters
Liberty Christmas Parade: Mr. and Ms. DeKalb County Dr. Doug Hooper and Circuit Court Clerk Susan Martin escorted by Charlie and Rhonda Caplinger
Liberty Christmas Parade: Bike rider
Liberty Christmas Parade
Liberty Christmas Parade: All Terrain Vehicle entry
Liberty Christmas Parade: trailer load of happy youngsters
Liberty Christmas Parade: Kawasaki 4 Wheeler riders
The 25th annual Angel Tree Project is underway and your support is needed to help make this holiday season merrier for 315 children.
Each angel on the Angel Tree represents a child and his or her wish list for Christmas. Select an angel from the tree, buy a gift for the child, and return the gift to the bank where you picked up the angel by December 6.
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