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Center Hill Dam’s spillways release water May 15, 2024, into the Caney Fork River in Lancaster, Tennessee. (USACE Photo)
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DeKalb County Road Supervisor Danny Hale has announced that there will be a temporary road closure on Jefferson Road for the next few days for the installation of new tile.
DCHS Tigerettes to face Upperman for Region Tournament Title Thursday, May 16 in Smithville at 6:00 p.m.
Northside Elementary School 2nd Grade Eagle of the Month for May is Rickee Knauer
Northside Elementary School 3rd Grade Eagle of the Month for May is Aiden Poore
Northside Elementary School 4th Grade Eagle of the Month for May is Arely Palomo
Northside Elementary School 5th Grade Eagle of the Month for May is Whitney Young
Talented DCHS Football Cheerleader Allyson Fuller Signs with Tennessee Tech. Pictured are Ally’s father and mother, Anthony and Amanda Fuller along with Ally and Sydney Hickerson, Tech’s head coach of cheer and dance
The first pitch of Monday evening’s Region Softball Tournament game between the DCHS Tigerettes and Marshall County in Smithville, was thrown by a young child recently diagnosed with leukemia. Five-year-old Carrigan Cox is the daughter of Brandon and Whitney Cox of Smithville. Accompanied on the field by her parents and siblings, Carrigan’s pitch to the catcher prior to the game was met with rousing cheers and applause from the fans. Members of the Cox family pictured here left to right are: Carrigan, being held by her father Brandon, Cora, Clara, and Callahan being held by mom Whitney. Brandon is DeKalb County’s General Sessions and Juvenile Court Judge
DCHS Principal Bruce Curtis presents White Rose Award to Kathryn Hale during Class of 2024 Graduation Friday night
DCHS Principal Bruce Curtis presents White Rose Award to Luke Magness during Class of 2024 Graduation Friday night
DCHS Principal Bruce Curtis presents Citizenship Award to Brynn Harvey during Class of 2024 Graduation Friday night
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