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Articles from the March 11, 2021 edition

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Fatal Vehicle Crash

Hohenwald Police Department Officer Kalum Halfacre engaged his blue lights to make a simple traffic stop at 7:43 p.m. Friday night, March 5, on Lewis Street, and 51 seconds later, the vehicle had...

 

Warm Up Your Winter and Win $100!

Natasha Stewart was last week's lucky winner for the Warm Up Your Winter contest. "We've been doing all the puzzles every week, my daughter and I," said Natasha. "So we decided to send one in for...

 

MLEC Scholarship Contest Underway

Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative’s annual scholarship contest is underway! Winners in each MLEC service county will receive either a $2000 or $1000 scholarship. To win, high school juniors are asked to write a short story titled “Electric...

 

Library Supporter is "ALL IN" for the Expansion Project

Library Board and Friends of the Library member Kathryn Kozlinski recently donated $1,000 toward the Lewis County Public Library and Archive renovation and expansion project "Building for the Future...

 

Home destroyed by fire

The Lewis County Volunteer Fire Department responded to a fire on Lyell Road Saturday, March 6, at 6 a.m. Upon arrival, firemen found the two story home fully involved with heavy smoke and flames...

 

Daylight Savings Time Begins

It’s almost time to spring forward! Daylight Saving Time 2021 begins at 2 a.m. local time on Sunday, March 14, meaning you’ll set your clock to 3:00 a.m. at that point. Contrary to popular opinion, daylight saving time doesn’t last for half...

 

"Tommy" Barber

Thomas "Tommy" Wayne Barber, a long-time resident of Hohenwald, passed from this life on to his eternal home on Thursday, March 4, 2021, at the age of 77. He was born on October 9, 1944, to Ernie and...

 

Chris Barnes

On the evening of March 5, 2021 Mr. Christopher Nathaniel Barnes passed away suddenly in Lewis County. He was born in Nashville on June 27,1997 to Ms. Elizabeth Marie Hudgins and the Michael E....

 

Cindy Kilpatrick

Ms. Lucinda "Cindy" Gail Carroll Kilpatrick left this earthly world unexpectedly on March 5, 2021 at a Hohenwald residence. She was born in North Carolina to the late J.D. and Bobbie Leviner Carroll...

 

Thomas Helentjaris

Thomas Floyd Helentjaris, age 72, a resident of Hohenwald, passed away Tuesday, March 2 at his home surrounded by family. Visitation will be Saturday, March 13, at Blondy Church of God in Hohenwald...

 

Betty Lou Lindsey

Betty Lou Lindsey, age 77, of Summertown, passed away Friday, March 5, 2021, at her residence. She was a native of Lewis County, a homemaker, and a member of Summertown Baptist Church. Her kindness wa...

 
 By Jason Fite    Sports    March 11, 2021

LC Middle School Softball Opener

The Lewis County Middle School Lady Panthers softball team opened their 2021 season on Tuesday, March 2nd when they hosted the Lady Panthers of E.O. Coffman Middle School at Memorial Park. Lewis County sent Addie Morgan to the mound to start, and the...

 
 By Jason Fite    Sports    March 11, 2021

Middle School hosts Lobelville

The Lewis County Middle School Lady Panthers softball team hosted the Lobelville Lady Hornets on Thursday, March 4th at Memorial Park. Lewis County sent Brailey Carroll to the mound to start and, following a leadoff strikeout, the visitors pieced...

 

2021 LCMS Baseball Schedule

Feb. 25 East Hickman 5:00 JV After Mar. 1 at Hickman Co. 5:00 JV After Mar. 5 at East Hickman 5:00 JV After Mar. 9 Hickman Co. 5:00 JV After Mar. 12 at Hampshire 5:00 DH Mar. 15 Perry Co. 5:00 JV After Mar. 18 at Wayne Co. 5:00 JV After Mar. 22...

 

2021 LCMS Softball Schedule

Mar. 2 at E.O. Coffman 5:00 JV After Mar. 4 Lobelville 5:00 JV After Mar. 8 at Perry Co. 5:00 JV After Mar. 9 Waynesboro 6:00 Mar. 11 at Collinwood 5:00 JV After Mar. 12-13 Summertown Tournament Mar. 16 Summertown 5:00 JV After Mar. 18 at Waynesboro...

 

Dystopian recorded their first two singles

You may recall a band named Dystopian from the Oktoberfest line-up this past year and the amount of talent coming from a group of young teenagers. Dystopian is excited to announce they have finished...

 

Local Families Needed to Host International Students

International Student Exchange (ISE), a non-profit organization, is looking for volunteer families to host international high school students in the coming academic year. Host families can expect to gain a new family member, experience a new...

 

Commodity Food Distribution

There will be Commodity Food Distribution for Lewis County residents only on March 19, from 10:00-12:00 at Lewis County Memorial Park. The distribution will be drive-up only. Clients are to stay in their vehicle with the window rolled up. Commodity...

 

Next Round of P-EBT Headed to Qualifying Tennessee Children

The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) has announced the next round of the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program which supports children who receive free or reduced school meals. In order to ensure these new P-EBT cards are...

 

ATTENTION ALL SENIOR CITIZENS OF LEWIS COUNTY

We are happy to announce the re-opening of Lewis County Senior Citizens. Due to the covid pandemic, we have been closed for several months. Only our office was open. Effective Tuesday, March 16, we invite all of our senior cit izens of Lewis County...

 

Benefit Auction for Tony Staggs

A benefit Auction for Tony Staggs will be held on Saturday, March 13th at Summertown Bridle and Saddle Club from 5 to 8 pm. Staggs was diagnosed with Amyloidosis last year, which has left him in need...

 

UT Extension Month

Throughout the month of March, Tennessee's 95 counties will be celebrating UT Extension Month! It has been 107 years since the Smith-Lever Act was signed in 1914 which officially established...

 

Cat in the Hat came to LCES

Kindergarten students in Kara Farr's class celebrated reading during the annual "Read Across America" celebration at LCES. The children enjoyed several guest readers via zoom including a visit from...

 
 By Dorothy Warf    News    March 11, 2021

Gordonsburg/Little Swan News

We have had some nice days with temperatures most days in the sixties and low seventies but the nights have been cool to cold, dropping into the twenties. The sun has been really warm most of the time and this allows children to be outside and play...

 

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Harper celebrate 60 years of marriage

Glenn and Shirley Harper celebrated their 60th Anniversary with a surprise party thrown by family and friends on Friday, March 5th. They were married at R.H. Edwards' home in Kimmins in 1961. The...

 

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