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“Petunia” ready to liven up your home (View video here)

January 10, 2021
By: Dwayne Page

“Petunia” is a dog with a lot of energy and she would make a great companion.

Why not welcome her into your home?

“Petunia”, a mixed Terrier-American Pit Bull, is the WJLE/DeKalb Animal Shelter featured “Pet of the Week” .

DeKalb Animal Shelter’s Megan Moore and Emmaly Bennett with Petunia from dwayne page on Vimeo.

“She is about 8 years old and has been spade and is up to date on all her vaccinations. Petunia is great with people especially kids but she does like to be the only dog in the household. She is very dominant. If you have space in your home and don’t already have dogs, Petunia would make a great companion,” said shelter employee Emmaly Bennett.

If you would like to meet “Petunia” put in an application on our website // and we will call you to set up an appointment,”  she said.  For more information call 615-597-3647 or send a message on facebook or email.

DeKalb COVID-19 Update

January 10, 2021
By: Dwayne Page

The COVID-19 related death count in DeKalb County stands at 37 according to the Tennessee Department of Health.

As of Saturday, January 9, DeKalb County recorded 29 new cases bringing the total number of active cases to 271.

Thirty seven people with COVID 19 have died in DeKalb County within the last ten months and 40 have been hospitalized. The total number of confirmed or probable cases of COVID 19 in DeKalb County since March stands at 2,302 and 1,994 are now inactive or have recovered.

At last report, DeKalb County had the 6th highest COVID-19 infection rate among Tennessee counties (per capita) and the 226 highest in the nation according to COVID ACT Now (CAN).

(Click link below to view CAN report on DeKalb County)

Over the last seven days, DeKalb County had a case count of 147 for a daily case rate of 102.5 per 100,000 residents and the average positive percentage was 30.5%

(Click Link Below for DeKalb County Report)


DCHS Lady Tiger Kadee Ferrell becomes member of 1,000 point club

January 9, 2021
By: Dwayne Page

Another outstanding DCHS Lady Tiger basketball player has become a member of the 1,000 point club.

Needing only 14 points to reach the milestone entering the game at Cannon County Friday night, Junior Kadee Ferrell pumped in 27 for the game, which was half the points scored by the Lady Tigers in their 54-43 victory over the Lionettes.

DC led 18 to 10 after the 1st period, 25 to 13 at halftime, and 39 to 26 after the 3rd period before going on to claim the 54 to 43 win.

Following Ferrell in scoring was Ella VanVranken with 11 points, Megan Cantrell 9. Cadee Griffith 4. Madison Martin with 2, and Hannah Willingham 1.

The Tigers got close but couldn’t get past the Lions losing 55 to 51.

DC trailed 14 to 11 after the 1st period, 23 to 20 at halftime, and 53 to 32 after the 3rd period before losing 55 to 51.

Evan Jones scored 14, Jordan Young 12, Elishah Ramos 10, Brayden Antoniak and Stetson Agee each with 6, and Luke Jenkins 3.

The Tigers are 3-6 (1-3) and the Lady Tigers are 4-6 (1-3). The Lions are 7-6 (2-2) and the Lionettes are 3-9 (0-4).

DeKalb County travels to Sequatchie County Saturday, January 9. The girls game tips off at 3 p.m. followed by the boys game.

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