Articles from the March 7, 2024 edition

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Summertown Metals Celebrates Grand Opening at New Hohenwald Facility

**** See the Pre-Ribbon-Cutting video on our Facebook page at: https://fb.watch/qEyv05e1A7/ Summertown Metals-your trusted source for barndominium post frame buildings, garages, and other building...

 
 By Amanda Curtis    News    March 7, 2024

"I Have Not Been Fired" : New Information on Sickler Road Bridge

Due to an extreme lack of communication, or miscommunication, or straight up false communication, two entities attended the Commissioners Committee meeting Monday night, March 4th, to “set the record...

 

Senator Blackburn to visit Lewis County

Senator Blackburn is set to visit Lewis County Friday, March 15, 2024 at 11:15am. Summertown Metals will be hosting this event at their main office at 3864 Summertown Highway, giving the Senator and...

 

Obituary: Frank B. Chambers

Frank B. Chambers, 86, of Hohenwald, formerly of Grand Junction, Tennessee departed this life Friday evening, March 1, 2024, at AHC Lewis County in Hohenwald. He was born in Memphis to the late Sam...

 

Obituary: Karen Yvonne Cortellesi

Karen Yvonne Cortellesi was born May 16, 1960 in Waynesboro. She was the daughter of the late Margaret and Frank Cortellesi, and Willie Skelton. She spent many years at Lincoln Brass and then on to Wa...

 

Obituary: Paul Timothy Wilson

Paul Timothy Wilson, 71, of Hohenwald, passed away on Sunday, February 25, 2024. He was preceded in death by his parents, Claudia and Quinten Wilson, three siblings, Phyllis Wilson, Mark Wilson and Ma...

 

Lewis County Elementary School 2024-'25 Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration will be Tuesday, April 16th and Wednesday, April 17th from 3:15-6:00 p.m. Kindergarten registration packets are available to pick up in advance at LCES located at 305 South Oak Street. Current LCES Pre-K students’ parents w...

 

March is UT Extension Month!

Best-kept secret? NO MORE! UT Extension provides a gateway to the University of Tennessee as the outreach and engagement unit of the Institute of Agriculture.  Follow any road in Tennessee and you w...

 

Keep Tennessee Beautiful Month

Gov. Bill Lee has once again designated March as Keep Tennessee Beautiful month. To officially kick-off the activities, including the state’s participation in Keep America Beautiful’s Great American Cleanup®, KTnB hosted a rally and awards lunc...

 

Hunter Education Class to be Held

A TWRA sponsored Hunter Education class will be held 19, 21 & 22 March 2024 at the Lewis County High School. Classes will be held from 5:00 – 8:00 pm each day. Written test and Firearms Handling Exercises will be held on Friday afternoon. Students m...

 

Tennessee Celebrates March Literacy Month

Throughout the month of March, the Tennessee Department of Education invites all Tennesseans to celebrate Tennessee Literacy Month, as proclaimed by Governor Bill Lee, spotlighting the Reading 360 initiative and the focus Tennessee’s educators, f...

 

One Day At A Time: March 7, 2024

Well it is a quiet and peaceful morning here in our little valley. It seems like these days are quickly getting warmer, but this last Friday it was cool enough that we had a little fire in the old wood heating stove. The cats were here early this...

 
 By Dorothy Warf    News    March 7, 2024

Gordonsburg/Little Swan News

High winds for several days and some thunderstorms and rain and this week will be the same if the weather predictions are correct. The temperatures have been really mild and even the nights have not been too cool. The trees and shrubs that bloom in t...

 

On the Food Trail with Meriwether Market: Steakhouse Deviled Eggs (Gluten Free)

STEAKHOUSE DEVILED EGGS (Gluten Free) · 1 HR 5 MINS · makes 12 egg halves Deviled eggs are a tried & true staple dish especially during the holidays, so with Easter quickly approaching we thought you'...

 

LCHS Students Chosen for 2024 Boys/Girls State

The Boys and Girls State Delegates were chosen by staff at Lewis County High School for the 2024 session. The American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary each year sponsor a week-long program for...

 

Focus On Vibrant Health: March 7, 2024

Last time we talked about the importance of properly preparing seeds, including grains, legumes, nuts and seeds. These foods can be very difficult for some people to digest. Did you try eating more fruit, dairy, or winter squash instead? PRINCIPLE 7...

 

Tyrades! Am I Overthinking Slang?

As a writer, I can’t deny harboring an appreciation for the richness of slang, metaphors, similes and colloquialisms. And yet…there’s something not quite rational about the agitators who force our l...

 

Senator Joey Hensley, MD's Tennessee 28th District Capitol Hill Week in Review: March 7, 2024

Senate advanced legislation to crack down on crime and hold criminals accountable This week, the Senate advanced several bills to increase penalties for criminals, specifically repeat offenders and...

 

Life As Art: The Art of Painting Without Sanding or Primer

The Art of Painting: Without Sanding or Primer British artist and color expert Annie Sloan revolutionized furniture painting in the 1990s with her invention of Chalk Paint. With a lifetime of research and experimentation with color, the chalk paint s...

 

Letter to the Editor: Clyde Webb

This letter was originally published in the Nashville Tennessean in the 1950’s-60’s. As I think of the terrible slaughter of our American people on the highways I am reminded of the words spoken by Solomon, The wisest man who ever lived, “Wh...

 

Letter to the Editor: Marsha Perkins

We’re reminded; the Founders concluded our Constitution would only work for a religion and moral population. Many choose biblical stories, popular to recite, that others admire and applaud. Famously is the “good samaritan” exploit. It’s easy to clai...

 

Launch of Tennessee Tourism Investment Project

Executive Director Ryan French, South Central Tennessee Tourism Association, has announced the launch of the Tennessee Tourism Investment Project, a 501(c)(3) organization established to expand SCTTA’s philanthropic capabilities. Tourism p...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

March 4, 1954 The county extension agent, vocational agriculture teacher, and the FFA teamed up to hold a rabies vaccination clinic on March 9th with vaccination locations held throughout the county....

 

Why Should the State Tourism Department Records be Secret?

By Deborah Fisher An often quoted phrase related to open government is one by Louis Brandeis, an attorney and associate justice on the Supreme Court whose work and writings spanned the late 19th and early 20th centuries. “Sunlight is said to be t...

 

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