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 By Staff    Education    July 9, 2020 

Kindergarten Enrollment documents needed

Documentation for Kindergarten students for the upcoming school year should be turned in soon, Dr. Mike Taylor, Principal of Lewis County Elementary School, reminds parents or guardians of upcoming kindergarten students. “If you registered your...

 
 By Staff    Education    July 9, 2020 

Gordon graduates General Assembly Academy

Sydney Gordon, daughter of Jeremy and Selena Gordon, graduated from General Assembly Academy on May 29, 2020. Sydney participated in Tammy's School of Dance for four years and works at AHC Lewis...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

June 30, 1960 The Hohenwald Rotary Club announced they would construct a new adult shuffleboard slab at Memorial Park. The 32nd annual reunion and picnic of all former residents of Hohenwald was held at Lowell Park in Dixon, Illinois. Fifty-one...

 

TCAT Hohenwald students made it to their graduation

TCAT Hohenwald's President, Kelli Kea-Carroll, broke into song during her graduation speech on Friday, June 19. "Standing in the hall of fame, everybody's gonna know your name. 'Cause you burn with...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

June 23, 1960 A committee from the Lewis County Civic Club was working with city officials to improve the city’s garbage collection and disposal services, especially within the business section of town. One resident and two youth from Indiana were...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

June 16, 1960 Mayor W. C. Keaton announced that the nine-month trial on parking meters within the business district of Hohenwald ended last week. The meters would remain covered and not in use until an election could be held to determine whether the...

 
 By Crystal Nash    Education    June 4, 2020

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

June 09, 1960 Burglars broke into the Piggly Wiggly store. The store safe was moved into the alley by the thieves where they broke into it and took approximately $1,000. Entry to the grocery store was gained through the front door. The Clean Up,...

 
 By Crystal Nash    Education    May 28, 2020

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

May 26, 1960 The Clean Up- Paint Up- Fix Up committee extended the campaign through the month of June. Much progress was reported with vacant lots being cleared, homes being remodeled, and painting throughout the city. The American Red Cross...

 
 By Crystal Nash    Education    May 21, 2020

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

May 19, 1960 Mayor W. C. Keaton was presented a certificate making him an honorary citizen of Nashville at ceremonies held at the Lewis County Court House. The presentation was made by Nashville Mayor Ben West during the visit of the Nashville...

 

TCAT Hohenwald Begins Trimester with COVID-19 Precautions, Laptop Loaners

Most recently when the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Hohenwald was forced to transition to remote and online studies of all technical programs in the Spring Trimester, the transition was...

 
 By Crystal Nash    Education    May 14, 2020

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

May 12, 1960 County Judge A. B. Nicholson signed a proclamation proclaiming the week of May 9 to 14 as Rural Electrification Week in Lewis County. Ed Holman, superintendent of the Hohenwald Genesco plant, received honorable mention for 1959 Genesco...

 
 By Crystal Nash    Education    May 7, 2020

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

May 05, 1960 Park and recreation facilities at the Lewis County Fairgrounds (Memorial Park) were available for family use. The park now had two tennis courts, barbecue pits, shuffle board, playground equipment, croquet, badminton, and boxes to meet...

 

Kindergarten Registration

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Lewis County Elementary School was not able to hold the usual kindergarten registration which was scheduled for early April. Enrollment cards and student data and medical information forms may be picked up at the front...

 

LCES chose character trait students

Lewis County Elementary School recently chose kindergarten students who earned character traits for the last school semester the students attended. Students receiving the award for generosity were Channing Nunnery, Gavin Totton, Nesya Runions, Gabe...

 
 By Crystal Nash    Education    May 7, 2020

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

April 28, 1960 The annual Clean up – Paint up – Fix up Campaign was scheduled to begin in Hohenwald on May 1. The city and its suburbs were divided into blocks with captains appointed responsibility for four blocks. Donnie Goodman was named...

 
 By Staff    Education    April 30, 2020

MMC honors students in virtual convocation

Aleigha Carroll from Hohenwald is among the recipients of end-of-year honors at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski. Aleigha received the Marcus Nickell Award. In a unique way that still honors...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

April 28, 1960 The annual Clean up – Paint up – Fix up Campaign was scheduled to begin in Hohenwald on May 1. The city and its suburbs were divided into blocks with captains appointed responsibility for four blocks. Donnie Goodman was named...

 

Preventing Child Abuse With Davis House

This week marks the end of Child Abuse Prevention Month, which means this is the fifth and final Davis House article. Although Child Abuse Prevention Month is ending, the task of preventing child...

 

TCAT Hohenwald 2020 Summer Trimester begins May 4

The new trimester for the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Hohenwald will begin May 4, 2020. The trimester start will include enrollment for all programs, as well as a new class of Practical Nursing. With COVID-19, all April Orientations were...

 

TCAT Hohenwald 2020 Summer Trimester begins May 4

The new trimester for the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Hohenwald will begin May 4, 2020. The trimester start will include enrollment for all programs, as well as a new class of Practical Nursing. With COVID-19, all April Orientations were...

 

Davis House events and fundraisers

For this week's edition, we will be discussing the fundraising events that fuel Davis House's ability to serve its four-county area. Davis House is a nonprofit organization that mainly relies on its...

 

Hohenwald's Connection to the Gilded Age:

I recently had the opportunity to write a story about a Bible found in a Hohenwald thrift shop by Hohenwald resident and picker extraordinaire, Melissa Willis McCann. This article contains a wealth of...

 

Earth Talk

Dear EarthTalk: I’ve heard that Sweden incinerates most of its trash. Why don’t we do more of this in the U.S., given that we’re running out of landfill space? -- Oscar Gentry, New Bern, NC Sweden does burn the vast majority of its...

 

Meet the staff of Davis House

At this point in the Davis House series, we have learned about who Davis House is and what they do for our communities. For this week’s edition, we focused on the backbone of Davis House and what makes it a warm and friendly environment: the...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

April 14, 1960 Mayor W. C. Keaton signed a proclamation naming the month of May as “Clean Up – Paint Up – Fix Up” time in Hohenwald. Every citizen was urged to beautify their homes and businesses. The City of Hohenwald and its suburban area...

 

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