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Relay for Life raises $45K for cancer research
Relay for Life raises $45K for cancer research

In past years, Relay for Life has been, despite many rainy nights, one of Selmer’s most well-attended annual events. This year was no exception, with around 25 teams and an excellent crowd at the Selmer City Park last Friday night.

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AiM presents ‘Into the Woods’
AiM presents ‘Into the Woods’
This week, Arts in McNairy will attempt their most ambitious production to date when they take on Stephen Sondheim’s musical “Into the Woods.” The performances begin Friday, June 22 and run through Tuesday the 26th. Shows are nightly at 7:30 p.m., except for the Sunday show, which will be  a 2 p.m. matinee. Tickets can be bought at the door and are $10 for adults and $5 for students.
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Fourth-grader’s determination inspires others
Fourth-grader’s determination inspires others
Role models are found in sports on a daily basis, but how many of them are only nine years old? Sydni Aylor of Hornsby is playing softball with a prosthetic leg and has continued to dedicate and spend her time learning the sport she loves so much, despite the obstacles she has to overcome.
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Highway 64 wreck injures three
Highway 64 wreck injures three
A three-car accident on Highway 64 injured two people on June 13, according to Trooper Sam Bryant, of the Tennessee Highway Patrol, who responded to the accident.
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Pro makes appearance at Cardinal Summer Hoops Camp
Pro makes appearance at Cardinal Summer Hoops Camp
Seeing the nearly 50 campers’ faces light up when the 7-foot tall professional basketball player, Earl Barron, walked into the gym at Adamsville Jr./Sr. High School last Wednesday was enough to call the first-ever Cardinal Summer Hoops Camp a success.
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Relay for Life raises $45K for cancer research
Relay for Life raises $45K for cancer research

In past years, Relay for Life has been, despite many rainy nights, one of Selmer’s most well-attended annual events. This year was no exception, with around 25 teams and an excellent crowd at the Selmer City Park last Friday night.

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Thy Kingdom Come
Thy Kingdom Come
Larron and Anita King have reached a large audience through their misfortunes and hardships. They have built a legacy through the Lauren King Ministry, turning the death of their one-year-old daughter into a positive, using their knowledge and experience.
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