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How to make a Thanksgiving Turkey

Shawn Bean You need salt and pepper. You need seasoning and a turkey. You put it in the oven for 20 minutes in a hot oven. Then you eat it. Joslyn Bradley You need bones, the ribs, and the hips. You...

 

Lewis County Recipes: Teddie's Apple Cake

This is one of those recipes with real provenance, and real reviews to back it up. Teddie's Apple Cake appeared in the New York Times in 1973 in an article by Jean Hewitt. The recipe was republished...

 

Feeding Forages

By Savannah Gambel, ANR & 4-H Lewis County Extension Agent As cold weather approaches, it is important that you have a winter feeding plan for your livestock animals. Feeding high quality forages is a great place to start, and it can save you money...

 

Thoroughly Modern Vonie: First Lewis County Woman to Win Election

As the nation commemorates the ratification of the 19th Amendment and the pivotal role Tennessee played as the "Perfect 36," residents may not realize how soon after this landmark vote that a Lewis...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

October 20, 1960 Barbara Peery was named 1960 LCHS Homecoming Queen and would be crowned in ceremonies preceding the homecoming game with Loretto. Her attendants were named as Alma Jean Knight, senior; Camille Griner, junior; Sara Nell Petway,...

 

Tuesday Story Time

This Tuesday's Story Time, put on by the Lewis County Public Library, had a fun time dancing to "Boom Chicka Boom" between stories with Jaimee Troutt. The Library has their story time every Tuesday...

 

EarthTalk

  Dear EarthTalk: Is DEET natural and is it safe to use topically as a mosquito repellent? And which formulations and concentrations are advised? -- M. Frey, Milwaukee, WI DEET (short for “diethyltoluamide”) is a synthetic compound invented by...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

October 13, 1960 Former resident James Spann purchased the Vidette Printing Corporation, publisher of The Hartsville Vidette. Spann was connected with printing and editing of newspapers for most of his life, having worked at the Lewis County Herald...

 

Lewis County Schools Fall Break/Parent Teacher Conference

Lewis County Schools will close for Fall Break from October 5-9, 2020. Tuesday, October 13, 2020 will be Parent-Teacher Conference with no students in attendance. Conferences will be held from 1-7 p.m. at all schools....

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

September 22, 1960 The September 17 referendum to keep parking meters downtown failed with 511 votes cast against and 233 votes cast in favor. A McEwen resident was injured in an explosion here while he was blowing holes for telephone poles in the...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

September 15, 1960 A strike of employees at the Hohenwald Genesco plant caused operations to stop at the factory. A spokesman for the group said the strike was because of the firing of an employee who had 20 years of service at the plant. The group...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

September 8, 1960 The LCHS Panthers won the first game of the season with a 13 to 12 defeat over McEwen. Winners of county dress revue held in connection with the Lewis County Fair were Myra Churchwell, 4-H cotton school dress junior division; Donna...

 
 By Staff    Education    September 10, 2020

Health Angels sponsors Fifth Grade class

Health Angels is sponsoring Neci Baker's fifth grade class for the 2020-2021 school year. Mrs. Baker was presented with a check to purchase supplies needed for the students....

 

UT Gardens' August 2020 Plant of the Month

Submitted by Carol Reese, UT Extension Western Region horticulturist Green plants are everywhere you look. It is easy to walk past a little green plant a dozen times or even a dozen years without...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

September 01, 1960 A city referendum would be held September 10 at the Court House to determine whether city residents wished to have a paid garbage collection service in Hohenwald. A referendum would be held September 17 at the Court House to...

 
 By Staff    Education    August 27, 2020

Elementary PE students can now play Cornhole

Marty Murphy and Julie Higgins donated Cornhole game boards for Krista Hinson's physical education classes at Lewis County Elementary School. Pictured are, left, Marty Murphy, Krista Hinson,...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

August 18, 1960 State and County officers and Federal and State ATU agents destroyed a six-barrel copper still in the Buffalo River near the Napier section of the county. No arrests were made; however, a two-wheel trailer was confiscated. The Lewis...

 

Library Presents 'To Make Our Voices Heard'

Lewis County Public Library presents "To Make Our Voices Heard: Tennessee Women's Fight for the Vote", a new traveling exhibition, on display now through September 30. The exhibition, created in...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

August 25, 1960 The U. S. Census Bureau reported that Lewis and Maury Counties were the only counties in South Central Tennessee to show population gains over the last decade. Lewis had a 2.1 percent increase while Maury had a 2.5 percent gain. The H...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

August 11, 1960 Bids on the construction of the new Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Company industrial plant were opened at the Court House by J. H. Warf, chair of the Industrial Commission. Bids were being compared and analyzed by the commission and a...

 

Prayer Walk for Lewis County Schools

A group of men and women met on Monday, August 3, the day before school started, to hold a prayer walk, organized by Judy Runions. The group walked around the campus of each Lewis County School,...

 
 By Staff    Education    August 6, 2020

Johnston earns Masters Degree

Katelyn Summer Johnston of Hohenwald graduated with a Master of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology at Fairleigh Dickinson University's commencement ceremony, held on May 18, 2020 in Teaneck, New...

 

Deadline Extended for Free Teacher Training on Digital Learning and Teaching

The Tennessee Department of Education and Trevecca Nazarene University announced today that the deadline for the free teacher training on digital learning and teaching has been extended for an additional month and is available through Labor Day....

 

UDC donates to DCS

Hohenwald Confederate Gray 2681 Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy recently made a donation of six backpacks and a duffle bag to the Department of Children's Services for use by foster and at-risk children. This donation is in...

 

Hohenwald Residents Earn Degree from WGU

Two residents of Hohenwald have earned a degree from Western Governors University (WGU). Charity Couch received a Bachelor of Arts, Elementary Education and Crystal Chessor received a Bachelor of Science, Business - Human Resource Management. WGU...

 

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