Listen live

Luke Prichard Excavating & Trucking

Special Broadcast Schedule

Tennessee at Vanderbilt

Saturday, November 26

Big Orange Countdown: 4:30 p.m.

Kick-Off: 6:30 p.m.

 

Becky Atnip and Christina Snipes deliver Thanksgiving Day Meals on behalf of the DeKalb Emergency Services Association to Debra Black on South Third Street.
Long Term and Costly Solution May Be Needed to Replace Faulty Courthouse HVAC System
Dr. R.R. Atnip, Chiropractic Orthopedic physician returned from a 12 hour course of expertise entitled “Exam: From Physical to Functional” taught by Justin Hildebrand, DC. November 19-20,2022 at Logan University College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, Missouri. Dr. Atnip ‘s practice is located at 205 South 4th Street, Smithville.
Calling all dog lovers! “Leo” needs a good home. Can you make room in your heart for him? Leo is the WJLE/DeKalb Animal Shelter featured “Pet of the Week”
The DCHS Basketball teams will be in action tonight (Tuesday, November 22) at Cannon County. Listen to both games on WJLE AM 1480/FM 101.7 or on the LIVE stream at www.wjle.com starting with the girls game at 6 p.m. followed by the boys contest. Also catch WJLE’s pre-game show Tiger Talk at 5:45 p.m. featuring the Voice of the Tigers and Lady Tigers John Pryor with Lady Tiger Coach Brandy Alley and Tiger Coach Joey Agee with Lady Tiger players Ella VanVranken and Maddison Martin and Tiger players Elishah Ramos and Stetson Agee
The DCHS Basketball teams will be in action tonight (Tuesday, November 22) at Cannon County. Listen to the games on WJLE AM 1480/FM 101.7 or on the LIVE stream at www.wjle.com starting with the girls game at 6 p.m. followed by the boys contest. Also catch WJLE’s pre-game show Tiger Talk at 5:45 p.m. featuring the Voice of the Tigers and Lady Tigers John Pryor with Lady Tiger Coach Brandy Alley and Tiger Coach Joey Agee with Lady Tiger players Ella VanVranken and Maddison Martin and Tiger players Elishah Ramos and Stetson Agee
Construction Prompts Traffic Shifts on State Route 56 in DeKalb County
The City of Smithville and Chamber of Commerce held a dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting for the John Anderson Alley, formerly known as Walnut Alley. The alley was recently renamed in honor of the Country Music Icon, who has made Smithville his home for more than 40 years. At one time John and his wife Jamie owned a downtown building attached to the alley.
The John Anderson Alley downtown Smithville
John Anderson with members of his family in John Anderson Alley standing in front of the mural which bears his likeness.
A fire Friday afternoon destroyed a double wide mobile home at 394 Redmon Road. DeKalb County Firefighters were summoned to the home of Roger Bailey at 1:53 p.m. “We found a fully involved trailer fire upon our arrival with flames showing out the roof, front, and rear of the residence,” said Lieutenant Blake Cantrell. No one was home at the time but Mr. Bailey was notified and returned to the scene. The cause of the fire is undetermined. Members of the Main Station, Midway, Johnson’s Chapel and Tanker #1 of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department responded. (DeKalb Fire Department Photo)
New State Highway 56 alignment now open in the Blue Springs Road/Keltonburg Road area as shown here
County Mayor Matt Adcock has announced the implementation of a new solid waste management plan aimed primarily at emptying compactors and dumpsters more often at the county’s garbage collection convenience sites. Under the plan, the county has identified highest to lowest priority convenience sites in three established districts based on how often the public makes use of them.
IMG_0234
14301239184_8e59becf7f_c
Dr. Robert R. Atnip and wife Guylene of Atnip Chiropractic Clinic
20221109065442
IMG_8817
IMG_8820
SR56 Dekalb County Shifts_v3B-02
316257346_431404242536966_1066248250416615585_n
315301759_10228136832061752_3009517830387625322_n
IMG_0193
IMG_3821
IMG_0115
Scan_0022
previous arrow
next arrow
 
Shadow

Latest Poll

Do you agree with the county’s new policy of closing all 12 Garbage Collection Convenience sites on Sundays with them open Mondays through Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.?

To Vote in the Poll, Click Here

Randy's Heat & Air

WJLE Today

WJLE Radio AM-FM serves Smithville, DeKalb County, Tennessee and surrounding counties with news, weather and sports along with Country and Southern Gospel music. Founded in 1964, WJLE commemorates its golden anniversary in 2014. In addition to daily news updates, WJLE keeps you informed and entertained with "LIVE" broadcasts and "LIVE" web streaming of local government meetings, including the Smithville City Council, County Commission, and School Board, high school sports, local elections, Sunday religious programming and other events throughout the year.