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Brad Mullinax (left) presents Steve Repasy, Station Commander of the Midway Station, the 2019 Ascension Saint Thomas DeKalb Hospital Firefighter of the Year Award. Repasy also won the award in 2018.
Sheriff Patrick Ray presents 290 donated cell phones to Keesha Williams of the Genesis House for use by victims of domestic and sexual violence
Ed Massey (right) presents the DeKalb Telephone Cooperative (DTC) Rookie of the Year Award of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department to Tony Moore of the Cookeville Highway Station during Saturday night’s annual awards dinner
Rhonda Caplinger (right) presents the Liberty State Bank Officer of the Year Award of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department to Lieutenant Dusty Johnson during Saturday night’s annual awards dinner. Johnson also won the award in 2018
Chris Allen (left) presents the Allen’s Allstars “Git R Done” Award of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department to Bill Brown of the Liberty Station during Saturday night’s annual awards dinner.
Casey Midgett (right) presents the First Bank Station of the Year Award of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department to Shawn Puckett (left) and Station Commander Calvin Tramel of the new Four Seasons Station during Saturday night’s annual awards dinner.
Captain Jay Cantrell (left) and Captain Michael Lawrence (right) of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department received Honorary Lifetime Membership Awards during Saturday night’s annual awards dinner.
2019 SAFE Industries Training Achievement Awards for 75% training attendance presented during Saturday night’s annual awards dinner of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department: Seated left to right: Sanda Caffee, Michael Lawrence, Blake Cantrell, Cody Wagner, and Anthony Boyd. Standing left to right: Kristie Johnson, Andrew Harvey, Bill Brown, Calvin Tramel, Jody Lattimore, and Steven Lawrence.
2019 SAFE Industries Training Achievement Awards for 100% training attendance presented during Saturday night’s annual awards dinner of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department: Seated front row left to right: Dustin Johnson, Herb Checci, Justin Bass, and Robert Sartin. Seated middle row left to right: Harley Lawrence, Donny Green, Brian Williams, Matt Adcock, and Andy Pack. Back row left to right: Jordan Lader, Jay Cantrell, Kim Cantrell, Brittany Reed, Brent Reed, and Steve Repasy.  Not pictured- Donnie Johnson and Patrick Colwell
2019 Walmart 5 Year Length of Service Firefighter Awards presented during Saturday night’s annual awards dinner of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department: Seated left to right: Steven Lawrence, Steve Abell of Walmart, and Matt Adcock. Standing left to right: Jody Lattimore, Shawn Chausse, Brittany Reed, and Brayde Baker.
2019 Walmart  10 Year Length of Service Firefighter Award presented during Saturday night’s annual awards dinner of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department:  Recipient Bill Fowler (left) with Steve Abell of Walmart.  Firefighter Nelson Davis not pictured
2019 Walmart  15 Year Length of Service Firefighter Awards presented during Saturday night’s annual awards dinner of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department:  Left to right: Jeremy Neal, Steve Abell of Walmart, and Calvin Tramel
2019 Walmart  20 Year Length of Service Firefighter Award presented during Saturday night’s annual awards dinner of the DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department:  Recipient Michael D. Lawrence (left) with Steve Abell of Walmart
Wilson Bank & Trust was the headlining sponsor of the 2019 DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department Awards Banquet held Saturday night at the County Complex. Seated left to right DCFD Lieutenant Kristie Johnson, Chief Donny Green, Chad Colwell and Cynthia Agee of WB&T, and Captain Jay Cantrell. Standing left to right Lieutenant Dusty Johnson, Captain Brian Williams, Assistant Chief Anthony Boyd, and Captain Michael Lawrence
David Turner & Friends provided the entertainment for the 2019 DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department Awards Banquet held Saturday night at the County Complex.  Pictured: Roenia and David Turner with DeKalb County Fire Chief Donny Green
Dewain Hendrixson of DeKalb County Ace Hardware (center) has claimed another title as the WJLE Fearless Forecaster of the year. During the 16 week college football season including bowl games, Dewain compiled the overall best record picking winners in 263 games at 180-83. Meanwhile, Scott Brown of Middle Tennessee Natural Gas (right) and Jared Davis of Davis Auto Body (left) tied for accumulating the most underdog points during the season at 54.5 points each. All three were presented the “WJLE Fearless Forecasters Joe Goodwin Memorial Award” Thursday on the season finale of the Fearless Forecasters Show on WJLE
One airlifted after two vehicle crash Thursday night on Highway 56 south and South College Street
Two vehicle personal injury crash Thursday night on Highway 56 and South College Street
“Huntington” is the WJLE/DeKalb Animal Shelter featured “Pet of the Week”
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