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Tennessee vs Purdue (Sweet 16)

Thursday March 28

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Tip-Off: 6:29 p.m.

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The DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department has its first ever female officer. During Monday night’s regular monthly county commission meeting, County Fire Chief Donny Green announced that Kristie Johnson has been promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. She has been with the department since 2011
The Smithville-DeKalb County Chamber had a Ribbon Cutting for Lake Homes Realty’s new location at 106 West Main Street in downtown Smithville. The owner/broker is Tony Luna. For more info, call 615-210-9522 or check out the Lake Homes Realty website at: onthelake.com.
Fire Hall Under Construction in Four Seasons Community
DCHS Teacher Linda Parris Named Region Finalist for Teacher of the Year
Fisherman Rescued After Close Call on Center Hill Lake
Dump Truck and Pickup Crash on McMinnville Highway
A dump truck and pickup were involved in a crash Saturday on Highway 56 at the intersection of R. Arnold Road on the DeKalb-Warren County line.
A dump truck and pickup came to rest in a field after a crash Saturday on Highway 56 at the intersection of R. Arnold Road on the DeKalb-Warren County line
Brian Alexander Named to DTC Board of Directors
One Airlifted After Motorcycle Crash in Alexandria Thursday on Highway 70 at Academy Avenue
NHC resident Michael Young receives a hand splint made by DCHS students Bailey Hibdon (standing behind her) Ben Felton, Jackub Osment and Channon Stone through the STEM Technology and CTE programs in partnership with NHC Health Care Center of Smithville
NHC resident , 93 year old Lloyd Tisdale receives a workout machine to help stay in shape made by DCHS students Hunter Fann, Logan Cornelious, Noah Gill, Zach Day, Nathan Atkins through the STEM Technology and CTE programs in partnership with NHC Health Care Center of Smithville
NHC resident Bobbie Ervin receives a pickup tool made by DCHS students Julianna Juarez and Alberto Lucio through the STEM Technology and CTE programs in partnership with NHC Health Care Center of Smithville
NHC resident Beverly Cripps receives a charging station to keep near her bed for maintaining power to her phone and other electronics  made by DCHS students Haley Chapman, Garrett Driver, and Noah Johnson through the STEM Technology and CTE programs in partnership with NHC Health Care Center of Smithville
NHC resident Beth Pittman receives an ipad stand with the initial “B” on it made by DCHS students Elvia Rivera, Carrie Mooneyham, Elizabeth Orellana, Justin Gohs, and Conner Rice through the STEM Technology and CTE programs in partnership with NHC Health Care Center of Smithville
DCHS iGen classroom students with NHC Administrator Clint Hall, DeKalb County Schools Supervisor of Instruction Dr. Kathy Bryant, and DCHS Math teacher Amy Fricks.
The DCHS Tigerettes  will  host an Alumni Softball Game on Saturday, April 27 at 2 p.m. at the Danny Bond Field.
The DCHS Tennis teams went to Livingston Academy Tuesday, March 19 and brought home a pair of wins over the Wildcats. For the Tigers, Lance Davis (8-5), Garrett Hayes (8-4), Dosson Medlin (8-4), and Levi Driver (8-6) were all winners in their singles matches while Eli Cantrell and Gabe Angeles lost their matches. Pictured Lance Davis (READ MORE IN LOCAL SPORTS)
The DCHS Tennis teams went to Livingston Academy Tuesday, March 19 and brought home a pair of wins over the Wildcats. Winners for the girls singles were Hannah McBride (9-7), Shelby Clayborn (8-3), and Katie Colwell (8-1) while Faith Judkins, Ashlee Thompson and Leah Davis lost their matches Pictured Katie Colwell (READ MORE IN LOCAL SPORTS)
The 22nd annual DeKalb County Relay for Life is Friday, May 10 from 5 p.m. until midnight at Greenbrook Park. Meanwhile the Cancer Survivors Reception Dinner will be April 25 from 5-7 p.m. at Elizabeth Chapel Baptist Church
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.
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.
UT-TSU Extension DeKalb County Meet & Greet on Wednesday,, March 27 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.
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