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Smithville Elementary School Recognizes Students of the Month for February
“Meet Panther” the WJLE/DeKalb Animal Shelter featured “Pet of the Week.”
A DeKalb County High School track runner will soon be sprinting off to college. Kaleb Spears, a senior, signed papers Thursday committing to Milligan University to join the Buffaloes next year. He was joined at the signing by family, friends, and coaches. Pictured left to right: Kaleb’s brother and parents, Ethan, Jonathan, and Cristy Spears, Kaleb, Assistant DCHS Track and Field Coach Kristen VanVranken and Head Coach Jeremy Wilhelm of the Warren County/DCHS cooperative program.
John Eisenlau of Treanor Architects addressed county commission Tuesday night about jail/judicial center options
Concerned members of community attended county jail committee meeting Tuesday night
DeKalb County has a new Veterans Service Officer. Erica Degni (pictured here with County Mayor Matt Adcock) was recently named to the position succeeding former Veterans Service Officer Bill Rutherford who resigned due to health reasons.
Peyton Norris named DCHS Class of 2024 Valedictorian
Kathryn Hale named DCHS Class of 2024 Salutatorian
Outstanding DCHS senior football defensive lineman Wil Farris signed a letter of intent Monday with Cumberland University in Lebanon to play for the Phoenix next season. Pictured here with DCHS coaches: Seated left to right-.Michael Shaw, Wil Farris, and Head Coach Steve Trapp. Standing left to right: Luke Green, Eli Cross, Cason Wheeler, Lucas Phillips.
Outstanding senior defensive lineman Wil Farris, who blazed a trail over his award winning four year football career at DCHS, will be aiming to do the same starting next season at the college level. Accompanied by members of his family, coaches, and fellow Tiger football players at DCHS, Farris signed a letter of intent Monday with Cumberland University in Lebanon to play for the Phoenix. Pictured here with his grandparents, Kathy and Bruce Chapman.
DeKalb Prevention Coalition Joins Local Health Department to Host Community Baby Shower
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Community Baby Shower March 16 (1)
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