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The Smithville Municipal Swimming Pool is hosting a benefit swim night for Cameron Miller. Thursday, June 20 from 7-9 p.m.. Admission is $2.00 per person but donations above that will also be accepted and the proceeds will go to help pay Cameron’s travel expenses for treatment. It is also in honor of Cameron’s brother Bill, a lifeguard at the pool. Pictured: Bill, Kate, Cameron, and Billy Miller
For those interested in landscaping ideas around the home you are invited to “Alternatives to the Usual Pest Ridden Suspects” . It is free, open to the public, and refreshments will be provided. Thursday, June 20 at 10:00 a.m. in the UT room of the County Complex, across the hall from the UT Extension Office. Call 615-597-4945 if you have any questions.
Car involved in crash Sunday afternoon at intersection of Highways 70 & 83. No serious injuries
Car involved in wreck Sunday at the intersection of Highways 70 & 83 in Smithville. No serious injuries
Crash involving an SUV and box truck on Highway 53 in Alexandria Thursday. No injuries
Puppeteer and Magician Barry Mitchell Entertains Kids at Justin Potter Library
The Smithville-DeKalb County Chamber of Commerce presented a 20-Year Milestone Award to DeKalb Funeral Chapel located 863 So. Congress Blvd., Smithville. Owners are Michael and Tara Hale. Pictured l-r: Tara Hale, Chamber Director Suzanne Williams, Mike Hale
Rollover Crash on Highway 56 Wednesday afternoon but there were no injuries
Students attending summer school at Northside Elementary School Tuesday were treated to a visit from a Vanderbilt Life Flight helicopter ambulance crew
Students attending summer school at Northside Elementary School Tuesday were treated to a visit from members of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department. Matt Adcock, Station Commander of the Belk Station shows the kids how the fire truck operates.
Smithville Aldermen Vote 3-2 on 1st Reading to Raise City Property Taxes by 25 cents
Shan Williams visited Smithville Elementary School’s Summer Reading Camp Monday. She discussed with the children the differences in books, and what authors and illustrators do. Shan discussed how books are put together from start to finish, and what all is involved in becoming an author or illustrator. Shan taught the children how to illustrate a frog and a snail. She discussed careers such as editors, and what a publishing company is and does and provided the children with a copy of her learn to draw book and signed each one.
DeKalb County Fair Returns July 15-20
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