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Cards blank Lions for second district victory
Cards blank Lions for second district victory

Though Scotts Hill came into the game following the best start in the school’s brief football history, it did not take Lions fans long to realize the Cardinals were not there to mess around.

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Hawks soar in second half
Hawks soar in second half

The Bobcats traveled to South Side High School in Jackson, Tenn. last Friday but failed to return home with a win.

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One-car accident kills local driver
One-car accident kills local driver
A Ramer man was killed in a one-car accident last Sunday, according to a Tennessee Motor Vehicle Fatality Report provided by the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
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Something old, Something new: Broomcorn Festival draws hundreds to Selmer
Something old, Something new: Broomcorn Festival draws hundreds to Selmer

The 17th annual Broomcorn festival sponsored by Hockaday Handmade Brooms and Arts in McNairy was held last Saturday at the Selmer City park. Hundreds of visitors came to the festival to see the various artisans showing their wares. 

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The Freddie ‘Boy’ Burns story
The Freddie ‘Boy’ Burns story

Freddie Burns has lived an eventful 98 years. He went from humble beginnings to hobnobbing with the famous and entertaining the multitudes.

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