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LCHS Band Dominates Competition

The High Forest Lewis County Marching Band made their school and band directors proud at the Columbia Invitational Marching Competition on Saturday, September 24, 2022. The band placed First in...

 

Dr. McAbee appointed to Governor's Early Literacy Foundation's 2022-2023 Educator Advisory Council

By Katelin Carroll, Staff Reporter The Governor's Early Literacy Foundation announced on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, that Lewis County Director of Schools Dr. Tracy McAbee has been appointed to the 2...

 

Winners of 2022-2023 Chamber Awards Announced

By Katelin Carroll, Staff Reporter This year's Lewis County Chamber of Commerce Awards were given out during a banquet held on Tuesday, September 20, 2022. Nominees are made by Chamber members and...

 

Oktober Heritage Festival next week

It’s time to grab your walking shoes, fill your pockets up with cash and put on your glasses to spot those deals! The Lewis County Chamber’s Oktober Heritage Festival is scheduled for October 7th and 8th, Friday and Saturday. Of course there...

 

It's Official; There are now nine County Commissioners

Monday, September 26, 2022, marked a historic day for the Lewis County Government as the first day the County Commission met with just nine County Commissioners. Our newly elected Commissioners are...

 

Elks celebrate Patriotism Week

Lewis County Elks #2883 celebrated Patriotism Week by treating local police officers and 911 Dispatch Center to a pizza lunch on September 16, 2022 as a thank you for everything they do to keep our...

 

Lewis County Middle School Homecoming

Lewis County Middle School Homecoming was held recently. Pictured front, from left, Ella Harris, Aireanna Reynolds, Tayler Hensley, Taya Tiller, Makaela Dodson, Katie Middleton, Ella Middleton, Jena...

 

Lewis County Historical Society to Meet

The Lewis County Historical Society will have a meeting on October 3, 2022 at the Strand Theater at 6:00 p.m. The speaker will talk about Davy Crockett....

 

One Day at a Time

By Evelyn Trevathan, Contributing Writer Well it is a cool and quiet morning here in our little valley. Last night we had some loud thunder and some powerful lightning and we got a good rain. This morning it was still cloudy and a light rain is...

 

Representatives of the TN State Museum and Fisk University visit Hohenwald

Representatives of the Tennessee State Museum and Fisk University were recently in Hohenwald to visit the Rosenwald School at the site of the Senior Citizens Center and met with former students and me...

 
 By Dorothy Warf    News    September 29, 2022 

Gordonsburg/Little Swan News

By Dorothy Warf, Contributing Writer Although some have already seen temperatures in the upper forties it was 52 degrees here this morning a little before six. I guess you could say that fall weather is here of course we will have some more warm...

 

4-H meetings

Neci Baker’s 5th grade class met for 4-H on Thursday, September 15th. We met our 4H agents and elected officers. President is Atchley Shepherd, Vice-President is Myles Cope, Secretary is Brooklyn Lewis, and Reporter is Liam Carroll. We discussed...

 

DAR visits Library

Lewis County Public Library and Archives enjoyed a preschool storytime guest reader from the DAR during Constitution Week on Tuesday, September 20, 2002. Kitty Thomas, left, introduced the young...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    September 29, 2022 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

September 25, 1952 Ford Turnbow and Buford Ogg shot a bob cat that lounged at them while hunting on Swan Creek. Wanda Talley volunteered into the Waves on September 17 and would take her boot...

 

Police Report

The following is the City of Hohenwald Police Report for August 31 - September 25, 2022. This is a record of police action and is not intended to imply innocence or guilt of charges placed. Brandi M. Lowrimore, Law Circle, was charged with...

 

Representative David Byrd District 71 Capitol Hill Update

Age-Appropriate Materials Act of 2022 / Public Chapter 744 — To increase transparency and oversight of instructional materials and literature used in public schools, a new law requires public...

 
 By Danny Tyree    News    September 29, 2022 

Tyrades!

My brother and I rarely saw eye-to-eye about TV viewing choices in our teens and twenties, but we were both among the handful of people who imbibed the hilarity of a sitcom that NBC unleashed upon an...

 

Senator Joey Hensley, MD

Proposed Constitutional Amendment gives Tennessee voters opportunity to create emergency succession plan for office of governor Vote ‘YES’ on Amendment 2 to the Tennessee Constitution to ensure...

 

You can view our whole paper as a PDF!

Do you like reading the paper online, but miss the print layout? We've got good news for you! Just click "View PDF" in the top right-hand corner of any story or on the homepage. It will open a separate tab where you can scroll through our paper with...

 

Himes and Dyer elected Chairman and Vice-Chairman of School Board

At September's Lewis County School Board meeting, Lindsey Himes, right, was elected as Chairman of the Board, and Paula Dyer was elected as Vice Chairman. Dyer and Himes are pictured above with...

 

First Responders: A Community Thanks You

Community leaders, business owners and many more have joined in a special tribute to First Responders inside this issue. See stories of heroism and words from family members along with photos...

 

It's almost time for the Oktober Heritage Festival!

It’s almost time to grab your walking shoes, fill your pockets up with cash and put on your glasses to spot those deals! The Lewis County Chamber’s Oktober Heritage Festival is scheduled for October 7th and 8th, Friday and Saturday. Of course...

 

Ammons named CSCC co-associate head baseball coach

Columbia State Community College announced Hohenwald native Desi Ammons and Cody Crutcher as interim co-associate head baseball coaches. "I am thrilled to have Coach Ammons and Coach Crutcher step...

 

Walk Across Tennessee announces winners

Walk Across Tennessee just wrapped up its 8th year in Lewis County. Cole Farr and his team members Farr Out completed the challenge as our 2022 winners. Our Grand Champion was Mr. Cole Farr. Mr. Farr is the winner of the exercise bike and each of...

 

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