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Cards upend undefeated Tigers

Taylor Henry’s fifth interception of the season was a big one for the Adamsville Cardinals, giving the team a much needed spark in a memorable win over the Hardin County Tigers last Friday in front of the estimated 3,000 people in attendance at Lendon Martin Memorial Stadium.

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Andrew Alexander

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For whom the bell tolls: Milledgeville honors fallen heros
Three firefighters who died in the line of duty were honored at the Milledgeville United Methodist Church last Sunday. In addition to the Milledgeville fire department, fire departments from Decatur County, Hardin County and Henderson County and members of the church gathered to honor the fallen heroes. more
Jeff Whitten

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Pastors seek to avoid life sentence
Guys Creation Seventh Day Adventist Church Walter “Chick” McGill and Assistant Pastor Lucan Chartier came home for an international camp meeting after serving a jail sentence in San Bernadino, Calif. more
Jeff Whitten

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Rain leaves Bobcats blanked

The Bobcats fought hard when they traveled to Jackson, Tenn. to take on Jackson Central-Merry in their fourth district game of the year. The weather stopped the game after halftime, and McNairy Central was sent home with yet another loss.

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Brian Azevedo

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Selmer business brings more jobs to community
Jeff Capwell, chairman and CEO of National Community Service Inc. has been busy in recent years evolving and expanding his business. Capwell, who many will recognize from his work with Cambridge Marketing LLC said that NCS sold their school fundraising division two years ago and have focused on the fulfillment side of the business, NCS Fulfillment, which has been steadily expanding.   more
Christen Coulon