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 By Graham Kilsby    News    April 8, 2021

Three new stores are set to open in town

Despite more rumors that Domino's Pizza is not coming in to town, after a talk with Economic Development Director Helen Ozier at Hohenwald City Hall, she confirmed that "Yes, Domino's Pizza is coming...

 
 By Graham Kilsby    News    April 8, 2021

STOP WORK ORDER ON DARRIN'S C MART

The City of Hohenwald abruptly put a Stop Work Order on the restoration of Darrin's C Mart convenience on Highway 412. The building lost most of its roof in the storms last month. Owner 'Sonny' Patel...

 
 By Graham Kilsby    News    April 1, 2021

Triangle Convenience Store armed robbery

If it wasn't enough that Triangle Shell Manager Kalpesh Patel had to contend with severe storms and rain last Thursday night here in Hohenwald, then the power went down for much of the county and cert...

 
 By Graham Kilsby    News    April 1, 2021

Buffalo Valley's Project Rural Recovery

You may well have been one of the many who have seen a fantastic looking bus around town with the words Buffalo Valley Inc. on the side. To those who wish to know more, we asked Buffalo Valley what ex...

 

Jonesy's Toy Ride Benefits Local Churches and Charities

Jonesy's Toy Ride, held a week or so ago in Hohenwald, managed to raise a further $14,000, along with around 1,300 toys, all of which will be distributed within the Lewis County community. "Even the...

 

'Cops and Kids' have a great night at Walmart

Organizer Adam Barnes will be the first to tell you that there nearly wasn't a Cops and Kids shopping spree this year. "We just didn't have the money, and because of Covid 19, it was nearly impossible...

 

"Bo" Duke and the General Lee came to town

Just like a scene from the TV series and movie Dukes of Hazzard, with the rain pouring down, actor and country singer John Schneider, better known as "Bo" Duke in the series, took the General Lee...

 

New Lewis County Justice Center to open in early 2021

For over a decade, Lewis County has been looking for some way to separate the court system from the regular Lewis County Courthouse offices, largely due to spacing and safety concerns. Former County...

 

Update on Buffalo River Blueway Trail Project

Lewis County Commissioner Austin Carroll, County Mayor Jonah Keltner, Chamber of Commerce President Debbie Landers, Highway Commissioner Joyce Holt met with Tennessee Wildlife officials and engineers...

 
 By Graham Kilsby    News    November 5, 2020

Free Logs, Free Logs, Free Logs

Can it really be true? Free logs? "Yes it can," says Sheriff Dwayne Kilpatrick, "to those in need, shut-ins, housebound folks, people who need some support - possibly from financial situations, or jus...

 
 By Graham Kilsby    News    October 29, 2020

Despite rain and cold, Car Show still attracts a crowd

Despite a light rain, drizzle and a cold wind you would have thought that would have been enough to deter contestants to the re-scheduled Octoberfest car show at the Lewis County Courthouse this past...

 
 By Graham Kilsby    News    October 22, 2020

2020 Courthouse Roof Project nears completion

From a distance the Lewis County Courthouse looks in pretty good shape, but just ask staff from past and present who work there and they will probably tell you the old building is in drastic need of...

 

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