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A Century of Memories: A celebration of the life of Mr. E.D. “Dudley” Richard
A Century of Memories: A celebration of the life of Mr. E.D. “Dudley” Richard
Mr. E.D. “Dudley” Richard passed away on Friday, July 1, 2011. 
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All in the Family:  Brothers follow in parents’ footsteps
All in the Family: Brothers follow in parents’ footsteps
For Patrick and Brian Fullwood, a career in the medical field always made sense after seeing the success of their parents.
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Coaches Corner:  Getting to know Coach Nathaniel Root
Coaches Corner: Getting to know Coach Nathaniel Root
Nathaniel Root is happy to home, especially after the love and support in welcoming in as the Adamsville High School head basketball coach.
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County Fair Kicks Off
County Fair Kicks Off

Tuesday: Gates open at 6 p.m. (All week) Womanless Beauty Review begins at 7 p.m.

Wednesday: Live Gospel music performances by Forgiven and Higher Praise begins at 7 p.m.

Thursday: 4x4 Truck Pull begins at 7 p.m.

Friday: TDWA Wrestling begins at 7 p.m.

Saturday: Demolition Derby begins at 7 p.m.

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Sports

Adamsville 8-year-old All-Stars
Adamsville 8-year-old All-Stars
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Beohler scores 3 as  Selmer United win
Beohler scores 3 as Selmer United win
Selmer United win in Jackson adult soccer league.
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Coaches Corner:  Getting to know Coach Nathaniel Root
Coaches Corner: Getting to know Coach Nathaniel Root
Nathaniel Root is happy to home, especially after the love and support in welcoming in as the Adamsville High School head basketball coach.
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Coaches Corner: Getting to know Coach Rebecca Ashe
Coaches Corner: Getting to know Coach Rebecca Ashe
“It is kind of like a family at AHS,” and is one of the things that makes coaching and teaching at the school special to Rebecca Ashe. “The administration is very supportive.”
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Former Bobcats host Blue Mountain Basketball Camp
Former Bobcats host Blue Mountain Basketball Camp
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Kick off your shoes and run barefoot
Kick off your shoes and run barefoot

The time has come to hang up those expensive joggers and run barefoot.

When introduced to the idea, the news might come across as insane, foolish, or even extreme.


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Locals comment as lockout reaches NBA
Locals comment as lockout reaches NBA

The National Basketball Association lockout became official by Commissioner David Stern as of 11 p.m. Thursday night, after an immediate financial disagreement.

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Mullen earns spot in ECS magazine
Mullen earns spot in ECS magazine
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Tyler Barclay Wins Home Run Derby
Tyler Barclay Wins Home Run Derby
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News

911 reports
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A Century of Memories:A celebration of the life of Mr. E.D. “Dudley” Richard
Mr. E.D. “Dudley” Richard passed away on Friday, July 1, 2011. 
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All in the Family: Brothers follow in parents’ footsteps
For Patrick and Brian Fullwood, a career in the medical field always made sense after seeing the success of their parents.
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Bethel automobile accident
An auto accident occurred Wednesday on Masseyville Road  in Bethel. 
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Bethel road repairs conclude

Bethel Springs road repairs have concluded for now, according to City Recorder Erin Pickle.

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Bethel Springs News
Willie C., Tamela and Chasity Sain motored to Long View, TN and Murfreesboro this weekend to celebrate the 4th with daughter and granddaughter, Eric and Jayla Jones. Also to Murfreesboro to visit with Carline Lois Martin and family. 
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County Fair Kicks Off
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Eastview budget passes
The Eastview Board of Aldermen  passed the budget on third reading  for fiscal year 2012 at its meeting Tuesday, June 21.
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FDA modifies smoking warning
On September 22, 2012, nine new graphic warning labels, released by the United States Food and Drug Administration, will brand the package of cigarettes to encourage smokers to quit.
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Guys awaiting grant funding

Guys mayor and board of aldermen discussed the progress on the tornado siren grant in their June 20 meeting.

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Gypsy pavers scamming McNairy County

Gypsy pavers are scamming people all over the nation. “Gypsy pavers” are workers that come to seal or pave your driveway, overcharge or do lousy work, and then disappear without a trace.

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Health Department Nutrition Class
Health Department Nutrition Class
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McNairy County grocery/convenience store inspections
Below are the inspection scores for food and convenience stores over the past six months. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture conducts these inspections at least twice a year.
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Michie approves change to liquid bleach
Monday, June 27, the Mayor and board approved minutes from the May 23rd meeting and the financial report.  A discussion to change from chlorine gas to liquid bleach for their water purification plant pursued.  
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Motorcyclist killed in crash

A motorcyclist was killed Monday in a crash near Counce, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol.

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National Catfish Derby

The World Championship of Catfishing, the National Catfish Derby is set for July 9, 2011!

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New law seeks to curb meth use

The “I Hate Meth Act,” passed by the legislature and signed into law last month by Gov. Bill Haslam took effect on July 1.

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Pick Tennessee Products’ Silver Anniversary
Pick Tennessee Products is celebrating its 25th anniversary by showcasing a set of 10 simple, but sure to please recipes at upcoming farmers market events. 
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Rockabilly Revival brings tourism dollars to county
Once again, this year’s Rockabilly Highway Revival was a success, not only for vendors, audiences, and musicians, but for local businesses as well.
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Selmer traffic-camera goes live
The traffic cam monitors the intersection of Highways 45 and 142 at Wal-Mart Friday in Selmer. 
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Teen sexting awareness in Tennessee

Technology is moving forward, and so is the way people communicate.  Sexting is going into the Tween Generation as one of many growing technological problems recently debated.

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Tuition rates on the rise for UTM
Tuition rates on the rise for UTM

A press release from the University of Tennessee at Martin (UT-Martin) said tuition will be raised 9.9 percent beginning in the fall semester of 2011.

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Work begins on new Stantonville Veteran’s Memorial

Work recently began on the Stantonville Veteran’s Memorial, to be built northeast of the Stantonville Civic Center and sponsored by the Ruritan club.

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Lifestyles

"Julie"
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Brown 50th Anniversary
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Card of Thanks
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Church Events
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Community Events
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McDaniel Anniversary
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United Way of West TN Invests over $76,000
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Webster-Hawkins Engagement
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Obituaries

Betty Jo Walker
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E. D. "Dudley" Richard
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Walter “Robbie” J. Robbins
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