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DeKalb Census Response Rate Lagging State and National Averages
Misty Agee captured this photograph of an American Bald Eagle in a nest in the Wright Bend Community of DeKalb County over the weekend
Aldermen Ponder Whether to Keep the Smithville Municipal Swimming Pool Closed All Summer
"Reeling in the Years" with former WJLE announcers Shawn Jacobs and Dennis Stanley Airs Saturday Night on WJLE
The office and shop complex of a Smithville business was destroyed by fire Sunday afternoon. Members of the Smithville Volunteer Fire Department were called to Len’s Auto Sales at 435 Dry Creek Road.
The driver of a Chrysler escaped unharmed but the car was destroyed in a fire Sunday near the intersection of Jacobs Pillar and Big Woods Road. (Jim Beshearse Photo)
Ellie Cripps loading food bags into waiting vehicle during drive thru food distribution for students.The “Meals for Kids” drive through distribution will continue this week at DeKalb Middle School, DCHS, and at DeKalb West School. The food pick-up, hosted by the DeKalb County School System with support of local churches will resume Monday and Thursday, April 6 and 9 from 10:30 a.m. until noon at DeKalb Middle School, DCHS, and at DeKalb West School.
The Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association (TFLTA) has named DeKalb County High School’s Brittany Dixon as the “Best of Tennessee” for her presentation at the association’s state language conference.
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