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Iuka man killed in weekend crash

IUKA, Miss. (WTVA) - An Iuka man died in a weekend crash in Tishomingo County. Tishomingo County Coroner Mack Wilemon said the wreck happened Saturday afternoon, June 25 on Highway 25 North about six miles north of Iuka. The coroner said Thomas Hobbs, 27, was killed when the motorcycle he...
IUKA, MS
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Chester County Independent

Madelyn Collins takes Nightingale Pledge

Madelyn Collins, of Henderson, participated in a pinning ceremony May 6 for the University of Tennessee at Martin’s Department of Nursing. Graduating nursing students took the Florence Nightingale Pledge, which includes the promise to abstain from harmful substances, keep patient affairs confidential and remain devoted to excellent patient care. Collins received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree during the UT Martin commencement exercises May 7.
HENDERSON, TN
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MBI needs your help to find Foye Davis who is missing

CORINTH Miss. (WCBI)- The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation needs your help to find a man missing from Corinth. 77-year-old Foye Wade Davis was last seen Wednesday, June 22, at about 9:30 AM in the 300 block of County Road 343 in Alcorn County, walking in a north direction. He is...
CORINTH, MS

Silver Alert issued for 77-year-old Alcorn County man

ALCORN COUNTY, Miss. (WJTV) – The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation (MBI) has issued a Silver Alert for 77-year-old Foye Wade Davis of Corinth in Alcorn County. MBI officials said he is five feet and seven inches tall, 200 pounds, with white hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing dark blue jeans, a checked […]
ALCORN COUNTY, MS
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Season in review: Lady Lions softball makes mark on record book

HENDERSON, Tenn. — After a 41-13 season in 2021, Freed-Hardeman softball spent the summer ranked #25 in the final poll of the year. With a majority of their lineup returning to play, the Lady Lions began their magical 2022 campaign with a preseason ranking of #15. Wanting to test...
HENDERSON, TN
Chester County Independent

Ham Radio License testing is June 25

There will be Ham Radio License testing at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 25. It will be testing for all license levels, and walk-ins are welcome. There is testing for all classes of Amateur Radio license. It will be held at the Henderson Fire Station training room at 505 Sanford Street...
HENDERSON, TN
Chester County Independent

What’s Happening in Henderson, Chester County and surrounding areas

Gospel Concert by Walter Plant at Deanburg Baptist June 25. Deanburg Baptist Church will hold a gospel concert featuring Walter Plant beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 25. Plant, a native of Texas, has been blessed with unique and wonderful musical talents despite being born blind. Bring all your friends and join us. Witness this amazing talent in action.
CHESTER COUNTY, TN
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Lexington Progress

Airport Funding Is in Limbo

The Beech River Regional Airport Authority is in limbo with funding being withdrawn from three of the four government entities that provide revenue for the authority’s annual budget. Without the funding from Decatur County and the cities of Lexington and Parsons, funding of the airport budget will fall to...
LEXINGTON, TN
Chester County Independent

GARLAND WHITTEN Obituary – Sept. 22, 1937 – June 20, 2022

Mr. Gerald Garland Whitten, 84, of Adamsville passed away Monday June 20, 2022 at Adamsville Healthcare. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Little Hatchie Primitive Baptist Church with Elder Charles Whitten and Elder Steve Leggett officiating. Burial will follow at Little Hatchie Cemetery. The family will receive friends...
ADAMSVILLE, TN
Lexington Progress

Lions Football Continue Summer Program; Participate in 7 on 7 Event

The Scotts Hill High School Lions football team has been underway with their summer workout program. Even with the summer heat bearing down on West Tennessee, the Lions have found ways to beat the heat and still get in much needed summer conditioning. These times of work put in, especially in the summer months, will pay off when the team hits the field for the start of their upcoming season.
SCOTTS HILL, TN
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