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16th Annual Habitat Chili Cook-off and Bake Sale Friday
Tom Duggin To Seek the Democratic Nomination for the Office of DeKalb County Property Assessor
Jeffrey and Katie Dheere of OMG Leatherworks at Alexandria showing kids how to make leather products at Paislee’s Foundation Craft & Home Show Saturday
Mary Dunaway of Mary’s Unique Gifts of Knoxville making a crochet pumpkin at Paislee’s Foundation Craft & Home Show Saturday
Young Smithville Dirt Biker Jacob Stewart Wins Kentucky State MX Championship
Jamie Nokes Greco and her family celebrated the completion of their home on Sunday afternoon, built in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of DeKalb County. The home is located at 202 Hayes Street in Smithville.
20th Annual Off The Beaten Path Studio Tour October 25-27
14th Annual Edgar Evins State Park History Hayride features character Elizabeth Dale, Black Widow of Hazel Green, a serial widow and daughter of Adam Dale, portrayed by Lori Christensen, retired Warren County High School Teacher
Class of 2020 at DCHS to Graduate Friday, May 15
WJLE’s Fearless Forecasters pick winners in college football on Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. Seated left to right: Grant James and Scott Brown. Standing left to right Jacob Parsley, Ricky Atnip, Darrell Gill, Jared Davis, Will Graham, Special guest Brad Halfacre, and John Pryor. Not pictured: Chad Kirby, Dewain Hendrixson, and Jeff James. Listen each week on WJLE.
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WJLE Radio AM-FM serves Smithville, DeKalb County, Tennessee and surrounding counties with news, weather and sports along with Country and Southern Gospel music. Founded in 1964, WJLE commemorates its golden anniversary in 2014. In addition to daily news updates, WJLE keeps you informed and entertained with "LIVE" broadcasts and "LIVE" web streaming of local government meetings, including the Smithville City Council, County Commission, and School Board, high school sports, local elections, Sunday religious programming and other events throughout the year.