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Cards seal fourth straight over Bobcats with second half surge

Last Friday’s rivalry game at Don Whitaker Memorial Stadium was a tale of two halves. The first told a story of competitiveness, suspense, and parity. The second, on the other hand, was not as compelling.

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Andrew Alexander

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Forgiveness for felons in Tennessee

Tennesseans can now request an expunction of their criminal record and start, once again, with a clean slate after a new state law took effect on July 1. House Bill 2865 was reviewed and signed into law by Governor Bill Haslam on May 21.

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Amanda Lowrance

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Mustangs no match for Rebels

After barely escaping their game with Selmer the week before with a win, Bethel sought to make their next victory more convincing...they succeeded.

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Andrew Alexander

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Ramer remains unbeaten

The Ramer Eagles hosted the Blue Devils of Michie last Thursday. Ramer’s defense made a huge statement as the team picked up their second county win.

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Brian Azevedo

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Schools plan in limbo following vote

The McNairy County Commission postponed a vote on the school referendum at its Sept. 4 meeting. As Commissioner Wilburn Gene Ashe acknowledged at the meeting, this means that the referendum will not be on the Nov. 6 ballot.

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Jeff Whitten