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Pastor Chris Moore of the Smithville Church of God, the focus of WJLE's Preacher Feature this week, with his wife Holly and their children: Left to right-Sadie, Chris holding Skyla, Holly holding Saige, Sara, and Samuel.
Relentless Student Ministries Headed to Nationals in Florida: Pictured: Front: Omar Aldino; Middle: Josh Issac , Adyen Jones, Ellie Dillard, Dasia Gurley, Brooklyn Wilson, Haidyn Hale, Landon Crips; Back Row: Gabriel Angeles, Kenzie France, Kennedy Agee, Josh Moon, Desmond Nokes, Pastor Iain & Kassy Swisher.
Jonathan Birmingham. A DCHS student, has been awarded the 2019 Caney Fork Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen honor. He is the son of Eric and Kelly Birmingham of Smithville. The award is based on four criteria: Service to the Community, Dependability, Leadership and Patriotism. Birmingham is an Eagle Scout and his final project was building a playground for the children at the Smithville Church of God. After graduation he plans to attend Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro to pursue a major in aviation. He has been a member of the Science Club, a math tutor and was voted Most Optimistic by his fellow classmates as a Senior Superlative.
Meet “Clarabelle”! This lovable little cat is the feature of the “Pet of the Week” segment on WJLE in conjunction with the DeKalb Animal Coalition. Clarabelle is a two and a half year old female Maine Coon mix. Come adopt Clarabelle.. For more information call 615-597-1363. The shelter is open Thursday and Friday from noon until 4 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. until noon.
The Smithville Church of God is sponsoring an Easter in the Park service on Sunday, April 21 starting with registration at 10 a.m. followed by the worship at 11 a.m. and then there will be an Easter egg hunt at 12:30 p.m. for children up to 5th grade.
DCHS Junior Raiden Martin Elected FBLA State President
DCHS Junior Raiden Martin For State FBLA President Display
Smithville-DeKalb County Rescue Squad Captain Dustin Johnson asks County for Fuel Reimbursement Funds for agency volunteers
The Fifth Grade Essay Winners and their teacher were presented awards at the DeKalb Farm Bureau Board Meeting on March 5th. The subject for the essays was “Why is Agriculture Important?” Pictured are Cathy Officer, Farm Bureau Women’s Chair who presented $50.00 to Kristy Lasser, teacher with the most entries, $50.00 to Cali Agee, First Place Essay, and $25.00 to McKenna Miller, Second Place Essay, and Mack Harney, DeKalb Farm Bureau President. Cali’s Essay goes on to State for judging on April 27th.
Director of Schools Patrick Cripps signs two year contract extension as approved by the Board of Education Thursday night. Cripps is pictured with the Chairman of the Board W.J. (Dub) Evins, III (right) and Vice Chairman Danny Parkerson
Cathy Shehane, Director of the LBJ & C Smithville Head Start Center (left) with Jase Atnip, Trista Atnip, and Anniston Davidson at the Smithville First Baptist Church Community Day on Saturday
Ashby Woodward (left) and Jessica Terrell of the DeKalb County Health Department at the Smithville First Baptist Church Community Day on Saturday
DCHS Basketball Most Valuable Cheerleader Zoe Maynard, Most Valuable Lady Tiger Lydia Brown, and Most Valuable Tiger Tanner Poss were awarded at the annual team banquet Friday night
DCHS Lady Tiger Basketball Award Winners at Team Banquet Friday Night: Seated left to right-Maddison Parsley, Lydia Brown (MVP), and Joni Robinson. Standing left to right- Kadee Ferrell, Kenzie France, Leah Davis, and Mya Ruch
DCHS Tiger Basketball Award Winners at Team Banquet Friday Night: Seated left to right- Noah Martin, Tanner Poss (MVP), and Nathan Atkins. Standing left to right- Brayden Howard, Hayden Thomas, Dallas Cook, Colter Norris, Dakota White, Brayden Antoniak, Isaac Walker, and Aiden Whitman.
DCHS Basketball Cheerleader Award Winners at Team Banquet Friday Night: Seated left to right-Holly Evans, Zoe Maynard (MVC), and Grace King. Standing left to right-Monica Carlton, Presley Agee, MaKayla Cook, and Callie Mulloy
Circuit Court Clerk Susan Martin Asks County Budget Committee for Another Employee and More Office Space
The Board of Education and Director of Schools Thursday night got their first look at the schematic design, site plan, and floor plan for a new Smithville Elementary School. to be located on campus of Northside Elementary.
Floor Plan-Typical Classroom for new Smithville Elementary School as designed by Upland Architects
Floor plan for Pre-K and Kindergarten wing of New Smithville Elementary School
Floor plan for administration area of new elementary school
Floor plan for gym and stage area of new elementary school
Floor plan for kitchen and dining area of new elementary school
Floor plan for library/computer lab area of new elementary school
Floor plan for first and second grade wing of new elementary school
High water at Center Hill Lake submerges a pavilion and bathroom at Floating Mill Park in Silver Point, Tenn., Feb. 25, 2019. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is assessing damage to recreation facilities at its 10 lakes in the Cumberland
Meet "Bear" a two year old Akita/Shepard mix and the “Pet of the Week”, a regular segment on WJLE featuring a lovable critter at the DeKalb Animal Shelter that needs a good home.
Alexandria presents the Giant Easter Egg Hunt April 13 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the ball field. Call 615-517-8065 for more information.
20 year old Zane Jefferson of Warren County was killed in a motorcycle crash today (Monday) on Highway 70 east at a guardrail near Sligo bridge (Smithville side).
Members of the Leadership DeKalb Class of 2019 visits with Governor Bill Lee today (Tuesday) at the State Capitol
UT-TSU Extension DeKalb County Meet & Greet on Wednesday,, March 27 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.
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