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TCAT to open Power Sports Technology

TCAT Hohenwald will be opening a new Power Sports Technology Program in the Fall of 2021. The Power Sports Technology Program will be aimed to meet the growing need of servicing and repair of all...

 

Edwards earns doctorate

Seventy-three medical students received their doctoral hoods and took the Hippocratic Oath as new physicians at East Tennessee State University's Quillen College of Medicine commencement ceremony...

 

TCAT Dickson Announced Spring 2021 Academic Honors and President's Lists

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Dickson announced the Spring 2021 President’s List and Academic Honors List for the Dickson main campus to recognize students for academic excellence during the trimester. The Academic Honors List...

 

Raven Potts offered APSU Scholarship

Raven Potts, of Hohenwald, was recently offered the Advancement Scholarship for high-achieving freshmen for the fall 2021 semester at Austin Peay State University. The Advancement Scholarships are...

 

Columbia State announces Spring 2021 graduates

Columbia State Community College recently annouced the 505 spring 2021 graduates. The following students graduated from Columbia State this spring and earned a degree or technical certificate. From Hohenwald: • Taylor Berg graduated with an...

 

Hinson receives scholarship

On Wednesday, June 2, the Nashville Advertising Co-op of Sonic Drive-Ins awarded 70 $1,000 scholarship to employees of their drive-ins. Emma Hinson, of Hohenwald, received one of those scholarships. O...

 

Freed-Hardeman University announces spring 2021 graduates

Freed-Hardeman University held its spring graduation ceremony in mid-May where approximately 300 students received baccalaureate and graduate degrees. Commencement speaker John DeBerry, senior...

 

Columbia State pins nursing grads

Columbia State Community College nursing faculty recently pinned Jennifer Cotham of Hohenwald and Rebecca King of Hampshire, as two of 41 new nursing graduates during a live-streamed ceremony. "These...

 

LCIS Honor Roll announced

Lewis County Intermediate School Principal Mary McDonald recently announced students earning the honor roll for the fourth six weeks. They are: “A” Honor Roll Third grade - Alca Pelto, Connor Sandy, Tiana Twist, Harvey Sharp, Atchley Shepherd, Ne...

 

LCMS Students of the Week

( Top photo ) Sixth grader Aubry Warren was named Lewis County Middle School Student of the Week and was nominated by Mrs. Thompson. She always goes above and beyond in class and is eager to learn...

 

Student of the Week: Taya Tiller

Lewis County Middle School Student of the Week went to sixth grader, Taya Tiller. She was nominated by Mrs. Clayton. In every situation, Taya always carries a positive attitude. She shows kindness...

 

Student of the Week: Kamdyn Anthony

Kamdyn Anthony was named Student of the Week for Lewis County Middle School. Anthony was “very honest and returned a lost wallet that had money in it.” Kamdyn is in the sixth grade and was nominated by Mr. Roberson....

 

LCMS Student of the Week

This week's Lewis County Middle School student of the week is Kevin Lopez, nominated by Mrs. Shepherd. Kevin goes above and beyond what is expected of him as a student. He looks for ways to improve...

 

Student of the Week

This week's Lewis County Middle School Student of the Week, nominated by Mrs. Carroll, is eighth grader Harper Carroll. She is a great role model. Harper is an excellent student who works hard in the...

 

Webb named Student of the Week

This weeks student of the week, nominated by Mrs. Staggs, is sixth grader Asher Webb. Asher is always cheerful and respectful and he tries his best in class....

 

LCMS Students of the Week

Seventh graders Amarissa and Breonna Grinder were nominated as Lewis County Middle School Students of the Week by Mrs. Jill Selby. She stated, "These two sweet sisters are such a joy to have in...

 

LCMS Student of the Week

Tristin Hight, Lewis County Middle School eighth grader, was nominated by Mrs. Carroll as Student of the Week. Tristan has showed so much improvement in his academics and attitude. He is working hard...

 

LCIS Honor Roll

Lewis County Intermediate School Principal Mary McDonald recently named the students earning the honor roll. They are: “A” Honor Roll Third Grade - Jaylon Jones, Bentley Mathis, Alea Pelto, Conner Sandy, Tiana Twist, Harvey Sharp, Atchley...

 

Class Sweethearts

Zanidy Jones and Ved Patel were chosen as LeAnn Anderson's class sweethearts this year during February and Valentines Day....

 

Parent Teacher Conference

Lewis County Schools will have parent teacher conference on Thursday, March 11, 2021. There will be no school for students on that day. Parent teacher conferences will be held from 1:00 – 7:00 p.m. Parents of children in Lewis County Elementary...

 

Adopt a Class sponsor donates treat bags

Second graders in Charity Couch's class were thrilled to receive Valentine treat bags from their Adopt-A-Class partner Wal-Mart Associates....

 

Hinson receives UT-M Scholarship

A Lewis County student has been awarded a scholarship to attend the University of Tennessee at Martin for the 2021-2022 academic year, according to Dr. James Mantooth, executive director, Office of Enrollment Services and Student Engagement. Jayden...

 

Columbia State Announces Fall 2020 Dean's Lists

Columbia State Community College is pleased to announce 700 students were named to the Dean's List for earning academic honors during the Fall 2020 semester. "During the fall semester most classes remained online and in web conferencing formats...

 

Butler graduates from the University of St. Augustine

Dr. Rebecca Butler OTD, OTR/L graduated with her Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Butler graduated with high honors (GPA 3.65-4.0)....

 

LCHS Library receives funds

Lewis County High School Senior Isabella Bates, left, presented Lewis County High School Librarian Melissa Burney an Adopt-a-Class check from Stephen Bates of Guardian Advisors. LCHS wants to give a...

 

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