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Bungling burglar strikes Selmer
Bungling burglar strikes Selmer

In what are likely to be related crimes, a burglar has struck downtown Selmer twice in recent days. However, police may not be looking for a criminal mastermind in these cases. Evidence suggests that these crimes may have been committed by one of the least skilled criminals ever to hit McNairy County. 

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CARDINALS FOUR-PEAT
CARDINALS FOUR-PEAT

The Junior Cardinals of Adamsville, in front of a standing room only crowd, won their fourth straight county championship last Thursday, defeating the undefeated Bethel Rebels 20-8.


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Downtown Selmer gets makeover
Staff Photo by Christen Coulon
Downtown Selmer gets makeover

Downtown Selmer is getting a new look. The repaving of city streets damaged by the water pipe replacements is nearly complete, Mayor David Robinson told the September meeting of the Board of Alderman. Contractor Arrow Paving, a Lexington firm owned by Andy Autry, is coming back to put finishing touches on the streets, Robinson said.

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Lady Cats hang 10 on Lions
Lady Cats hang 10 on Lions
The McNairy Central Lady Bobcat soccer team wore Scott Hill’s scoreboard out last Thursday when they beat the Lions 10-0 in an outstanding offensive performance.
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McNairy County nabs record 31st Three-Star Award
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McNairy County nabs record 31st Three-Star Award

McNairy County was awarded the Tennessee Three-Star Award for a record 31st consecutive year at the annual Governor’s Council on Economic and Community Development last Friday in Nashville. 

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