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Articles from the November 5, 2020 edition

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 By Jason Fite    Sports    November 5, 2020

Panthers Region 5AA Champs

Stats by Barry Churchwell The Lewis County High School Panthers were host to the Forrest Rockets on Friday night, October 30 for the Region 5AA Championship. The Panthers, undefeated on the season,...

 

Veterans Day Parade November 11

To honor our veterans, American Legion Post 127 will host a Veterans Day Ceremony on November 11, 2020 beginning with a parade at 10:30 a.m. which will depart from the Hohenwald Church of Christ parking lot and end at the Lewis County Courthouse...

 

Cardboard Recycling Program a Huge Success

The Lewis County Solid Waste Department announced that there are now 53 businesses and organizations in Lewis County participating in its Cardboard Recycling Program! Over 55 recycling bins were...

 
 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 Staff    News    November 5, 2020

Free Testing/Free Flu Shots

Solid line of traffic Vehicles were lined up on Smith Avenue onto Court Street Monday morning to use the free drive thru Covid 19 testing available that is provided by the Health Department. A surge...

 

Charlie Curry

Charlie B. Curry, age 84 of Burkburnett, Texas, passed away on Tuesday, October 27, 2020, in Wichita Falls, Texas. Graveside services with military honors were held on Friday, October 30th at...

 

Georgianne McFarren

Marguerite Georgianne McFarren of Hohenwald passed away on Wednesday, October 28, 2020, at the age of 80. Georgianne was born on December 3, 1940, to the late Riley David Carroll, Sr. and Evelyn...

 

Shirley Forbes

Shirley Louise Kirkland Forbes, age 69 of Hohenwald, passed away October 30, 2020 at Maury Regional Medical Center. She was born in Nashville on April 30, 1951 to the late Elizabeth Edna Kaney...

 

MLEC Holds 81st Annual Meeting

Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative conducted its 81st Annual Meeting on Tuesday, October 27 at the Centerville River Park in Hickman County. In light of COVID-19 precautions, the cooperative held...

 
 By Amanda Curtis    News    November 5, 2020

Not so local news

UNITED STATES - More than 96 million Americans had already cast ballots in early in-person and mail-in voting. According to election officials, the race, as usual, may come down to a few key states. This year, all eyes are on Arizona and...

 

Kermit Harris

Kermit Hugh Harris, age 94 of Hermitage, departed this life on Monday, October 12, 2020 at TriStar Summit Medical Center in Hermitage. Born in a log cabin in Sutton, Braxton County, West Virginia on F...

 

Solid Waste Committee decides price for brush

“Give us a little time,” said Commissioner Wendell Kelley in response to Coy Norris who was concerned about his solid waste fees, “We’re new on the scales, we haven’t been running the scale...

 

E911 September activities

Lewis County Emergency Communications District, E-911 Emergency Dispatch Center activities for September 1-30, 2020 Lewis County Sheriff Office Accident 8 Accident w/injury 2 Accident EMS needed 2 Alarm 4 Animal call 22 Arrest & hold 1...

 

Grand Jury returns 65 true bills, one no true

Lewis County Grand Jury met November 2, 2020 at Lewis County Courthouse before the Honorable Michael E. Spitzer, Judge of the Twenty-First Circuit Court. The Grand Jury was in session for one day and examined 15 witnesses and found 65 true bills and...

 

Lewis County Recipes: Stuffed Salmon New Orleans with Spicy Sausage and Lump Crab Dressing

Main Ingredients four salmon filets 16 deveined, peeled raw shrimp Ingredients for sauce 1 cup heavy cream 12-14 ounces white wine 1 tablespoon of whole peppercorns two minced garlic cloves a dash...

 
 By Amanda Curtis    News    November 5, 2020

Did you know? Election edition

During the “Bleeding Kansas” election in 1855, over 5,000 so-called “Border Ruffians” entered Kansas to sway the election in order to force pro-slavery legislation. Even though the number of votes cast was more than the number of eligible...

 

Letter to Editor from Monier Ibrahim

To: Keith Carnahan, CEO of MLEC; County Mayor Jonah Keltner; City Mayor Danny McKnight; and MLEC board members. Dear Sirs, I passed the state inspection to have a service release at 110 Dr. Ibrahim Lane in Summertown. I live outside city limits...

 

Letter to Editor from Bob Berry

Boat Launching Stopped - Revenue Lost Several years ago, the Murphy Bridge was replaced over Buffalo River on Napier Road. The new bridge is a little higher than the old bridge. When they built the new bridge they were determined to prevent boaters f...

 
 By Dorothy Warf    News    November 5, 2020

Gordonsburg/Little Swan News

I guess we all agree that with the beginning of November, we have reached the drawing to a close of an unprecedented year in our history. With the cooler temperatures at night and even in the day, we can say that fall is in full swing and that...

 

The good little witch visits AHC

Residents at AHC Lewis County were visited by the cutiest little witch, Mable Anne Heath, and her mother, Ash Heath, on Halloween day. "Any witch way you look at it, it's gonna be a good day." Since...

 

Girl Scouts celebrate founder's birthday

Every year, Girl Scouts around the world honor the memory of founder, Juliette Gordon Low, on her birthday, October 31. In 1912, Low, born in Savannah, Georgia, founded Girl Scouts of the USA. Lewis...

 

Rambling...

Birthdays Carolyn Gafford, November 5 Tillie Luckett, November 5 Dianne Reeves, November 5 Jaden Eleise Defoe, November 5 Tyler Stutts, November 5 Sarah Zimmermann, November 5 Steve Scott, November 5 Ruby J. Williams, November 5 Robert Klein,...

 

Not-So-Spooky Story Time at Library

Not-So-Spooky Story Time was a Not-So-Spooky success Saturday, October 31, 2020 at the Lewis County Public Library. The sun shown beautifully. Unicorns, dragons, dogs, superheroes, angels,...

 

Parkway Comfort Stations Re-opening

Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health authorities, Natchez Trace Parkway is increasing access to the Parkway Comfort Stations. On October 19, 2020, Natchez Trace...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    November 5, 2020

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

November 03, 1960 Vandals roamed the streets of Hohenwald on Halloween, causing personal injury and property damage including the destruction of street signs, neon lights, and street lights. The Editor of the Lewis County Herald wrote, “We see only...

 

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