For the first time in Adamsville High School history, a Lady Cardinal advanced to the Class A-AA State Tournament.
For the first time in over a decade, the head coaching position for the Adamsville Cardinal Baseball Team is vacant.
Pastor Walter McGill and Luke Chartier and other members of the Creation Seventh Day Adventist Church in Guys face a contempt of court citation if the church does not change its name by May 20.
The federal district court in Jackson has ruled that the Guys church has violated the national Seventh Day Adventist Church’s trademark on its name.
Arts in McNairy will present Music at the Market this Saturday at the Selmer Farmers Market and Rockabilly Park. Celebrate the Rockabilly Highway Mural II and hear the mural’s inspiration and visual subjects in concert. Eileen Rose and Rich Gilbert will perform at live set at 7:00 p.m. In addition, the mural’s artist Tull will be on hand painting during the show. The show will be followed by a meet and greet with the artists. Tickets will be $10 and all proceeds will help support the artists both music and visual.
After falling to Riverside by 10 the day before, Adamsville could not piece together enough hits to give itself a better result on April 24 when they took on the Panthers at home.
A red carpet event will celebrate the rerelease of the Walking Tall trilogy at the Marty in Adamsville Thursday.
Shout Factory will re-release Walking Tall, Walking Tall Part 2 and Final Chapter: Walking Tall.
The old Latta Motor Company, better known as “the Latta building” is now officially open to the public under its new title as the Latta Visitor’s and Cultural Center.
For the second consecutive season, the Adamsville High School Lady Cardinal Tennis Team advanced to the District 15 A-AA Championship with a 4-2-1 win in the semis over Madison Academic Magnet High School last Monday.
The Independent Appeal recently accompanied a tour of the Coon Creek Science Center. Sixth grade students from the Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis toured the site last Friday, taking part in an intro to Coon Creek tour.
Before last Thursday night, the Bobcats had not beaten the Cardinals on the baseball field since March 13, 2006.
After a controversial finish, McNairy Central tasted victory over its nemesis for the first time in over six years, and Head Coach Brian Franks was happy to have the proverbial monkey off his back.
“Finally got them,” Bobcat head coach Brain Franks said after the game. “Adamsville’s got a great ball team and it could have went either way.”
In recent weeks there have been several fundraising events which combined have raised more than $65,000 for the community.
The McNairy Central Lady Bobcats had a tough run last week in two games against the Adamsville Lady Cardinals and the Chester County Lady Eagles.
The dugout is crowded with injured players and has forced McNairy to make changes and overcome obstacles in one of school year’s busiest months.
The Tennessee River Old Iron Tractor Club held its O.F. Wagoner Memorial Tractor Show last Saturday at the Stantonville Community Center.
The event kicked of around 5 a.m. and featured more than 92 pieces including tractors, engines and miniatures as well as music and food.