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DCHS at Warren County (Football)

Friday, August 23

Coach to Coach: 5:00 p.m.

Murphy's Matchups: 6:00 p.m.

Tiger Talk: 6:30 p.m.

Kick-Off: 7:00 p.m.

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The Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating a two car crash on Highway 56 south at the edge of a cornfield near Tittsworth Road today (Wednesday). (Jim Beshearse photo)
The Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating a two car crash on Highway 56 south at Tittsworth Road today (Wednesday). One of the cars overturned upon impact. (Jim Beshearse photo)
THP investigated a wreck involving two pickup trucks near Kilgore’s Restaurant at the intersection of Highways 70 & 83 Wednesday. (Jim Beshearse photo)
Two pickup trucks involved in crash near Kilgore’s Restaurant at the intersection of Highways 70 & 83 Wednesday.(Jim Beshearse photo)
Attempted Armed Robbery Committed at Smithville Convenience Store
Man hunt underway after attempted armed robbery at convenience store on East Broad Street (Jim Beshearse photo)
“Vol Calls”, the official statewide call-in radio show for the University of Tennessee Volunteers kicks off its 2019-20 season Wednesday night, August 21st, on location from Calhoun’s On the River in downtown Knoxville. The one-hour show airs at 7 p.m. (Central) on WJLE AM 1480/FM 101.7. Bob Kesling, the voice of the Tennessee Volunteers and UT’s director of broadcasting, serves as the show’s host and is joined by Vol Network veteran Brent Hubbs to answer questions and provide insight into University of Tennessee athletics.
DeKalb Neighbors Helping Neighbors Blood Assurance Drive Monday, September 23
Elsa is Ready for Adoption at the DeKalb Animal Shelter
Tony Cross named TWRA, District 31 Officer of the Year
DeKalb Middle School has a new portable automated external defibrillator (AED) thanks to the DeKalb Junior Pro Basketball Program. Matt Quarles, President of the League, made the presentation Monday morning to DMS Principal Lacy Foutch (second from left), Assistant Principal Anita Puckett ( far left), and School Nurse Joanie Williams (far right)
DeKalb County was treated to a blast from the past Sunday as more than 100 vintage vehicles motored through as part of the Model T Ford Club of America USA National Tour.
Model T Fords were lined up by the road to the Appalachian Craft Center Sunday  as part of the Model T Ford Club of America USA National Tour.
Model T's on display at Crafts Center Sunday
Ford Model T's
Model T
The way motoring used to be
Listen to DCHS Tiger Football LIVE Friday nights on WJLE with the Voice of the Tigers John Pryor and Luke Willoughby
Art for Kids Day set for Saturday, August 24
The DeKalb Saints Football Team lost 28-8 Thursday night at Smith County. Pictured front row left to right: Axel Aranda, Andrew Dakas, Aaron Hatfield, Gabe Hollingsworth, Wesley Kent, Ty Webb, Kobe Curtis, Pablo Torres, and Gracin South. Back row left to right: Shon Tucker, Austin Nicholson, Konner Young, Briz Trapp, Ari White, Tyler Jackson, Trace Hamilton, Wil Farris, Alex Lemons, Bryce Stembridge.
Johnny Ball is new Smithville Rotary President
Legend Creed Soales, an 11-month-old at the center of an endangered child alert in DeKalb County was located safe today (Thursday) at a residence in Warren County
Sheriff Patrick Ray receives $1,000 donation for the Sheriff's Citizens Academy from Steve Abell, Smithville Walmart Store Manager
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