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Army mom reaches out for girls’ rescue

A rare string of events have caused heartache and anxiety for the Vasquez family. Two of Matt and Shana’s three young daughters have unusual medical conditions that require continuous observation and treatment.

Shana has taken it upon herself to completely research and learn these conditions, the statistics, and the options that are available to her precious, young girls at this stage in their life and as they grow.

Luckily there is a solution to ease their worries, and her name is Pixie. After the application and acceptance, the family was assigned to a nearly two-year-old, 50 lb. Golden Labra doodle, Pixie, who was trained for peanut protection and service therapy by Angel Service Dogs, a non-profit organization in Colorado.

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Amanda Lowrance

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County players enjoy All-Star experience

Four McNairy County high school baseball players enjoyed the experience of playing in front of family, friends, college coaches, and scouts last Thursday at Pringles Park in Jackson, Tenn. during the 5th annual West Tennessee High School All-Star Baseball Classic.

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Andrew Alexander

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Dalton dashes to nationals

For the sixth time in seven years, Adamsville High School graduate Nealey Dalton advanced to the National High School Rodeo Association Finals.

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By Andrew Alexander

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Fast moving storm hits county, damages home

A severe thunderstorm raked across McNairy County last Monday bringing with it estimated wind gusts of nearly 70 mph. The fast moving storm damaged at least one home on Friendship Road near Ramer, knocked out power to hundreds of residents and downed dozens of trees and power lines across the county.

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By Christen Coulon

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Fourth annual Rockabilly Highway Revival a success

The third time may be a charm, but the fourth time around is not bad either—at least for the fourth annual Rockabilly Highway Revival. With a crowd size estimated to be larger than any before, this year’s Rockabilly festival was bigger and better than ever.

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By Emily Pitts

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Fourth annual Rockabilly Highway Revival a success

The third time may be a charm, but the fourth time around is not bad either—at least for the fourth annual Rockabilly Highway Revival. With a crowd size estimated to be larger than any before, this year’s Rockabilly festival was bigger and better than ever.

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By Emily Pitts