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Bethel abolishes police
Bethel abolishes police
The Bethel Springs Board of Aldermen voted to abolish the police department and use the money that would have been spent on it to reduce sewer bills at their meeting last Monday.
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Defending county champs cruise to early-season tournament title
Defending county champs cruise to early-season tournament title

Coming off last year’s championship season, the Lady Blue Devils made a statement, showing the county they are determined to repeat by winning a tournament hosted by Savannah Christian Academy last Thursday and Friday.

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Maxedon rolls to victory in GOP tide
Maxedon rolls to victory in GOP tide
Democrat Barack Obama was reelected as President of the United States, but it was the Republicans who had a good night at the state and local level, with all of their candidates winning their races.

Republican Byron Maxedon defeated Democrat Kevin Lipford in the one local county race for Circuit Court Clerk. This vacancy was created when Ronnie Brooks was elected County Mayor in August.

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McNairy County honors veterans
McNairy County honors veterans
Painted in the patriotic colors - red, white and blue - the Veteran’s Day Ceremony was held at the Selmer Courthouse last Saturday to honor the veterans for their time and service in fighting for our freedom.  
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Not so pleasant visit for Tigers: Cardinals march forward
Not so pleasant visit for Tigers: Cardinals march forward

For most teams, 20 days off might cause a little rust to build up, especially when the team has all the momentum of riding a nine-game winning streak. For the Adamsville Cardinals, it was not an issue.

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