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2005 Ford Escape driven by 67 year old Sue Hughes of Smithville
2005 Mercury Mountaineer driven by 66 year old Deborah Culwell of Smithville
News 2 StormTracker meteorologist Davis Nolan with DeKalb West School Principal Sabrina Farler and School System Maintenance Supervisor Earl Jared
News 2 StormTracker meteorologist Davis Nolan with DeKalb West School pre-school students
68 year old Deborah Powell of Carthage lost control of this Chevy Cruze and went off the highway on Lancaster Road near Center Hill Dam Thursday afternoon.
Chevy Cruze almost plunges into creek on Lancaster Road near Center Hill Dam Thursday afternoon
WJLE’S Radio Shopper to feature a full size Real Wood Oak Barrel with lid from Potters Home Center. Comes with a metal liner. Can be used as a planter or a cooler. To be sold to the highest bidder on Thursday, January 24 from 8 a.m. until noon.
Church Drive Thru Mobile Food Pantry Returns Friday, January 25
WJLE’S Radio Shopper to feature a dinner package from Evins Mill to be sold to the highest bidder on Thursday, January 24 from 8 a.m. until noon.
19 year old Jario Godinez of Smithville wanted since October for allegedly stealing $80,000 worth of tennis bracelets in Franklin has been captured in Texas.
WJLE’s Radio Shopper to feature a Duck Dynasty Duck Commander Pink Real Tree  Camouflage rocker/recliner from Cantrell’s Furniture and Appliances. To be sold to the highest bidder on Thursday January 24 from 8 a.m. until noon
WJLE’s Radio Shopper to feature a 12’ x 12’ Quick Shade Weekender Elite Multi-Purpose Instant Canopy from DeKalb County Ace Hardware. (similar to the one shown here) To be sold to the highest bidder on Thursday January 24 from 8 a.m. until noon
Listen for WJLE’s Tiger Talk program at 5:40 p.m. Tuesday night, January 15 prior to the DCHS basketball games at Smith County. The program features the Voice of the Tigers and Lady Tigers John Pryor interviewing Tiger Coach John Sanders and Tiger player Tanner Poss.
Listen for WJLE’s Tiger Talk program at 5:40 p.m. Tuesday night, January 15 prior to the DCHS basketball games at Smith County. The program features the Voice of the Tigers and Lady Tigers John Pryor interviewing Lady Tiger Coach Danny Fish and Lady Tiger player Lydia Brown.
The Winter 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.
Smithville Elementary Students of the Month: PreK- Hadley Fulton; Kindergarten – Kirsten Orcutt; 1st Grade – Dafne Delgado; and 2nd Grade – Hayden Quarles
DTC Board Member and Cannon County Businessman Michael Alexander Loses His Life in Crash
WJLE’s Radio Shopper to feature from Creations by Donna Flowers and Gifts one dozen long stemmed red roses arranged in a vase for Valentine’s Day with free local delivery. To be sold to the highest bidder on Thursday, January 24 from 8 a.m. until noon
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