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The DeKalb Animal Coalition is closing its Restore known as “The DAC Benefit Place” April 27 and with it will go the primary fundraising source for the shelter.
The Spring edition of “Reeling in the Years” is coming up Saturday night on WJLE. Former local announcers Dennis (DS) Stanley and Shawn Jacobs host the four-hour program, which features the top pop and rock hits of the 60s, 70s and 80s.
Caitlyn Lee Adcock and mom Tia Adcock enjoying Easter Party Thursday at Smithville Elementary School
First graders enjoying an Easter Party Thursday at Smithville Elementary School
Off the Beaten Path Shows Off New Sign: Pictured: left to right: Chamber Director Suzanne Williams, Jessica Higgins, Robin Driver, Kristie Driver, Smithville Mayor Josh Miller, Kathy Hendrixson of Justin Potter Library, Smithville Alderman Gayla Hendrix, Crafters and Artisans Claudia Lee, Lauren Bryant, Abraham Pardee, Sherri Cratty, Rob Harvey, and Louis Colombarini.
Members of Smithville Volunteer Fire Department on the scene of head on crash Wednesday on Allen's Chapel Road
Two Injured in Wednesday Crash on Allen's Chapel Road involving this Chrysler Town and Country Touring vehicle
Two Injured in Wednesday Crash on Allen's Chapel Road involving this Infiniti QX50
DCHS Senior Lady Tiger Lydia Brown signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play basketball next season for the Vol State Community College Lady Pioneers. Pictured: seated-Vol State Women’s Head Coach Otis Key, Lydia Brown, and Lady Tiger Coach Danny Fish. Standing. Lydia’s parents Amanda and Stephen Brown
Make “Buster” a part of your family! He is the WJLE/DeKalb Animal Coalition "Pet of the Week"
Amy Klobuchar Minnesota United States Senator and presidential candidate making a campaign stop in Nashville. Pictured with DeKalb Democratic Party Chairman Jordan Wilkins
Congressman John Rose Comes Home to DeKalb County for Town Hall Meeting
The DeKalb County Election Commission has chosen its officers for the next two years. The commission met in regular monthly session Monday afternoon at the courthouse to reorganize and to conduct other business. Walteen Parker was returned as chairman of the commission. Lisa Peterson was re-elected as the secretary. In other business, the commission reappointed Dennis Stanley as administrator of elections for the next two years. Pictured: Seated-Walteen Parker and Dennis Stanley. Standing- Jackie Smith, Barbara Vanatta, Lisa Peterson, and Jim Dean.
Congressman John Rose greets Road Supervisor Danny Hale
Congressman John Rose speaks with Walteen Parker, Chairman of the DeKalb Election Commission. County Mayor Tim Stribling and Sheriff Patrick Ray in the background
Prom King and Queen
Celebration of Spring Easter Egg Hunt winners at Edgar Evins State Park. Children pictured with Easter Bunny and Park Staff (Mark Leckington Photo)
Celebration of Spring Easter Egg Hunt at Edgar Evins State Bank (Mark Leckington Photo)
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