A key witness in the Holly Bobo murder trial is recanting his testimony, court documents show
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — As the star witness in the Holly Bobo murder trial, Jason Autry spoke in a calm, deliberative manner as an attentive jury listened to him recreate the day the kidnapped Tennessee nursing student was wrapped in a blanket, placed in the back of a pickup truck, driven to a river and shot to death by his friend.
Parsons restaurant shares story of how faith has kept their doors open
PARSONS, Tenn. — One local restaurant shares their story of how faith has kept their doors open. A family owned restaurant in Parsons, TN has kept their doors open on faith alone for the past two years. Jaqueline Fisher named this restaurant: Mammies Southern Cafe, after her late grandma.
Yes, The Darling Oyster Bar is really coming to Savannah
When I tell people what I know, the reactions, frankly, have been priceless. Some people, too many people, have gotten angry because they didn’t like the answer I gave them. True story. Had a friend call “bs” on me and all but accuse me being part of a media conspiracy to keep the alleged ‘real information’ away from the public. Seriously.
Gusty Wind, Few Strong Storms Possible Today & Wednesday
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – It is a one-two punch. First, we will see gusty winds followed by a few strong storms. A Wind Advisory goes into effect Tuesday as earl. y as 7 AM for Benton Decatur, Carroll and Henry Counties and will last through 6am Wednesday. For the rest of Middle Tennessee, the Wind Advisory will begin at Noon Tuesday and last through 7am with a few counties extended though noon Wednesday. Continue reading here.
TN Department of Education Says Perry County Schools Are Advancing
In accordance with Tennessee’s accountability system, as well as federal and state law, the Tennessee Department of Education names districts that are excelling, as well as those who need additional support. The five possible district designations are Exemplary, Advancing, Satisfactory, Marginal, and In Need of Improvement. Perry County Schools...
New Directional Signs Installed at Highway 64 Bypass & Dexter Woods Boulevard in Waynesboro
Those recently traveling on the Highway 64 Bypass as it intersects Dexter L. Woods Memorial Boulevard in Waynesboro have undoubtedly noticed the new arrow signs installed along the roadway last week by the State of Tennessee. A large number of accidents have taken place in that very spot, including some with injuries. The most recent accident there took place a few weeks ago when an 18-wheeler failed to negotiate the curve and turned on its side as it left the roadway.
Lady Lions Lose to Westview in Semi-Final Round
The Scotts Hill Lady Lions basketball team played in the quarter-final round of the Regional Tournament game over the weekend. The Lady Lions faced-off against Ripley on Saturday, February 23rd. The Lions took on Westview in the semifinal round on Monday, February 26th. On February 23rd, Scotts Hill took on...
Erin, February 29 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Frank Hughes School basketball team will have a game with Wayne County High School on February 29, 2024, 19:00:00 CST. ALWAYS WANTED TO DUNK LIKE A TOTAL BADASS, OR DEVELOP ROCK-SOLID WORK ETHIC....
Missing 38-year-old from Perry County
The Perry County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a 38-year-old man whose been missing since early February.
County Commission Discusses Expensive Losses from Vandalized Road Signs
The Wayne County Commission met in regular session on Tuesday, February 20, 2024 at 7:00 p.m. at the County Administrative Building. County Executive Jim Mangubat called the meeting to order. Commissioners in attendance were Tom Mathis, Logan Shull, Kathryn Staggs, Tyler McDonald, Sherrie Powers, Colby McDonald, David Martin, Vickie Petty, Jeremy Heard, Stan Hanback, and Rickey Kelley. Also in attendance were County Clerk Stan Horton and County Attorney Andy Yarbrough. Commissioners Patrick Butler, Stephen Pevahouse, and Alvin Creecy were absent.
Get Ready to Run!
The Butterfly Foundation was founded in 2007 in memory of Ryleigh Stegall of Waynesboro. Ryleigh was a vibrant child who contracted Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia at age three and passed away just before her eleventh birthday. The Stegall family created the Foundation to assist local families who had children with life-threatening or life-altering conditions.
Severe Weather Week, Are You Prepared?
A tornado drill will be held Thursday, February 29th as part of Tennessee Severe Weather Awareness week. The statewide tornado drill will be at 9:00 a.m. central standard time and will include a test of the NOAA Weather Radio. Henderson County Emergency Management Director, Steve Deaton, reminds everyone…. For complete...
Center Hill Church of Christ Gospel Meeting - (3/3 - 3/6)
THERE WILL BE A GOSPEL MEETING MARCH 3RD THRU MARCH 6TH AT CENTER HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST IN LEXINGTON WITH SPEAKER CRAIG SIMON. SERVICES BEGIN SUNDAY AT 9 AM WITH NIGHTLY SERVICES MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY AT 7.
Lexington Tigers Fall to Creekwood in Regional Tournament
The Lexington Tigers basketball team played the quarter-final Regional Tournament game over the weekend. The Tigers took on the Creekwood Red Hawks on Friday, February 24th. On February 24th, the Tigers faced off with Creekwood. In the first quarter, The Tigers posted…. For complete coverage, see the February 28th edition...
Darryl Worley Foundation hosting free self defense, wellness programs on Feb. 28-29
The Darryl Worley Foundation is hosting a free self-defense presentation for all ages on Wednesday, Feb. 28, at its office in downtown Savannah. Danny Odle, who is a sensei – aka teacher – at Savannah Karate School, is making the presentation. Odle will offer attendees self-defense tips and...
Presidential Primary Preference Election is Tuesday, March 5
Wayne County will go to the polls on Tuesday, March 5, for the Presidential Preference Primary Election. The Presidential Preference will decide who will be on the Democrat and Republican ballots in November. According to polls, former President Donald Trump is the frontrunner on the Republican ticket, and current President Joe Biden is expected to be on the Democrat ballot.
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Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Puppies Of Waynesboro, TN Need You!
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around waynesboro.
How Wayne County's 'junk defense' stopped two-time girls basketball defending state champion McKenzie
ERIN — The Region 6-1A girls basketball semifinal was supposed to have everything. It was a rematch of Wayne County and McKenzie, two teams that have played for the Class 1A state championship the past two years. ...
Third Annual Miss Blooming Arts Pageant Next Week
The third annual Miss Blooming Arts Pageant will be held Saturday, March 9, 2024, at. The Prince competition will be held at 11:00 a.m. for 0-23 months and two to four year olds. The Princess competition will begin at 11:30 a.m. for five age groups: 0-11 months, 12-24 months, three...