Lewis County Herald - Serving Hohenwald, Lewis County Tennessee Since 1898

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Enough is Enough March a great success but where do we go from here?

The Sunday afternoon march named "Enough is Enough" here in Hohenwald from Blondy Church down Swan Avenue across the 48 junction around the Court House to the City Parking Lot was a great success for...

Local Walmart donates to Hope Hohenwald and gives customers a chance to donate too

Local non-profit Hope Hohenwald Inc. received a Local Community Grant in the amount of $2000 from Hohenwald Walmart and Walmart Pharmacy. To receive a grant, eligible nonprofit organizations must...

Lewis County Government recognized for its Justice Center Project

Lewis County Government recently received a "County Success Story Award" from the Tennessee County Services Association, in recognition of its successful Justice Center project that was completed in...

Commission Approves Premium Pay for Highway Dept. and Industrial Park Purchase after heated debate

All eighteen commissioners were present for Monday night’s Commission Meeting where the purchase of Industrial Park, premium pay for the Highway Department employees and budget amendments were discussed and voted on by the Commission. The meeting...

Vehicle vs utility pole

An accident was reported Monday, November 8, around 2:15 p.m. on Twin Oaks Drive when a Dodge Durango, driven by Chelsea Culberson, left the roadway and struck a utility pole. Lewis County Sheriff...

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

November 15, 1951 The City of Hohenwald completed the laying of sidewalks along Park Avenue from the corner of the Courthouse square to Main Street. The sidewalk project was nearing completion as workers were busy pouring sidewalks on West Main...

Sheriff's Report

List of Arrests Made 11/09/2021 thru 11/15/2021 Bridge, Ashley Jane, Hickory Lane, Hohenwald, Attachment Gilbert, Nichole Jacqueline, Pine Street, Hohenwald, Capias Hensley, Faith Marie, Woodland Road, Hohenwald, Cruelty to Animals Jones, Nathan...

'Lost in a story': Columbia book nook builds community

By Mike Christen The Daily Herald When Carolyn Duncan and her daughter Brooke Duncan missed being a part of community, they opened their own neighborhood library. Due to the coronavirus and the...

Veterans Day Parade rained out

The rains and winds of Veterans Day made a mess of the Parade in Hohenwald last week, but as usual the ladies of the downtown Church of Christ came to the rescue with a wonderful BBQ lunch as they...

Jonesy's Toy Ride this Saturday

Hohenwald has fast become one of the major bike ride capitals in the South with three or four large bike rides every year, each one raising money for the local community. The last ride of this year...

LC Soccer Club 5K/One mile run fundraiser

The Lewis County Soccer Club held its annual Kick It Up! 5K/1 Mile Run fundraiser on October 30, 2021. They had a good turnout for the race, even though it was windy, chilly, and rainy. This year...

Senator Joey Hensley, MD: Tennessee 28th District Capitol Hill Week in Review

General Assembly stands up to condemn Biden Administration’s federal overreach during Special Session on COVID-19 issues The Tennessee General Assembly adjourned the Third Extraordinary (Special)...

Lewis County Board of Education met

The Lewis County Board of Education met in a regular called session on Tuesday, November 9 at 6:00 p.m. at the Lewis County Board of Education Board Meeting Room located at 206 South Court Street. All board members were present: Chair Glenda...

Gordonsburg/Little Swan News

The weather has been common for this time of year with little or no rain. We have had temperatures in the low thirties and even in the forties at night so it has been varied weather. We know that as we near the Thanksgiving holiday time of the year...

One Day at a Time

Well it is a beautiful cold morning here in our little valley. The cats have had their breakfast and a little warm milk and are now back in their beds. I am having my cup of hot coffee, I have got a good warm fire going in the old wood heating...

Representative David Byrd: District 71 Capitol Hill Update

Greetings. Thanksgiving is almost here. The new 112th General Assembly will begin January 11th 2022. Since both the House and Senate are in a downtime, in continuing effort to keep constituents...

Panthers playoff run ends

Barry Churchwell, Stats The Lewis County High School Panthers football team travelled to Chapel Hill to take on the Forrest Rockets in second round of the 2021 TSSAA Football Playoffs on Friday...

Middle School Basketball

The Lewis County Lady Panthers and Panthers travelled to Lawrenceburg for matchups with the E.O. Coffman Lady Panthers and Panthers on Monday, November 8th. The game was played at David Crockett...

Tyrades! Should Churches Have a Dress Code?

Where do you reside on the “holier than thou” versus “holeyer than thou” spectrum? I make only passing reference to squabbles over “proper” church attire in my 2020 motivational book “Yes, Your Butt Still Belongs in Church” (still...

Pre-K Most Improved Attendance

Sophia McMillian won the prize drawing. The prize was courtesy of Lewis County Schools' PTO and FRC. Pre-K students winning Most Improved Attendance for the month of October are pictured, from left,...

Kathryn "Cassi" Schwendimann

August 25, 1978 - November 8, 2021 Kathryn "Cassi" Lark Schwendimann, 43, of Nashville, formerly of Hohenwald, passed from this life on Monday, November 8, 2021, at Williamson Medical Center in...

Johnny Brown

June 19, 1954 ~ November 8, 2021 Johnny Dale Brown, 67, passed away on November 8, 2021, at St. Thomas Hospital West in Nashville. Mr. Brown was born in Hohenwald on June 19, 1954 to the late Walter...

Public Notices

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE STATE OF TENNESSEE, LEWIS COUNTY WHEREAS, Kenneth Biedenkapp executed a Deed of Trust to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as beneficiary, as nominee for First Community Mortgage, Inc., Lender and Andrew C....

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