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Curtis Halford is seeking re-election to Tennessee House of Representatives serving Gibson and Carroll Counties. “I would like to thank each and every one of you who voted for me in the recent prim...
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TOP CHIEF AWARD – Dyer Chief of Police Brad Lindsey received the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police West Tennessee Division Chief of the Year award during the 44th Annual Conference held recently in Chattanooga. Mayor Chris Younger and Asst. Chief Rodney Wilkins recognized Lindsey for this honor during the city board meeting held Monday, August 11.
TOP CHIEF AWARD – Dyer Chief of Police Brad Lindsey received the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police West Tennessee Division Chief of the Year award during the 44th Annual Conference held recently in Chattanooga. Mayor Chris Younger and Asst. Chief Rodney Wilkins recognized Lindsey for this honor during the city board meeting held Monday, August 11.
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Dyer’s Chief Lindsey named WTN Chief of the Year
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The Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police recently held its 44th Annual Conference in Chattanooga. Chief Brad Lindsey is this year’s recipient of the West Tennessee Division Chief of the Year Award. The Chief of the Year Award was presented to Chief Lindsey for the progressive, innovative and professional management of his department. Chief Lindsey places an emphasis on implementing new ideals and technology in an effort to protect the citizens of his community efficiently and effectively. He was awarded this honor by his colleagues for his long standing commitment to the professionalis...
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GIBSON COUNTY ATHLETIC COMPLEX – Gibson County High School football coach Morgan Cruce (left) and principal Jim Hughes snipped the ribbon on the school’s $1.9 million athletic facility, which included a stadium facelift.
GIBSON COUNTY ATHLETIC COMPLEX – Gibson County High School football coach Morgan Cruce (left) and principal Jim Hughes snipped the ribbon on the school’s $1.9 million athletic facility, which included a stadium facelift.
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GCHS opens new athletic facility
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By Crystal Burns The Gibson County Special School District began its August 14 meeting with celebratory smiles as school officials, proud boosters, and community leaders gathered at Gibson County High School for the grand opening of the school’s athletic facility that includes major renovations and a new building. “This is the culmination of a lot of hard work,” said Eddie Pruett, Director of Schools. “You can’t help but be impressed by what you see here.” After a ribbon cutting, GCHS principal Jim Hughes led guests on a tour of the facilities, which include a weight room that can also be u...
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McIlwain to direct ‘Mama Won’t Fly’
Nite Lite community Theatre is excited to announce the casting of its fall production, ‘Mama Won’t Fly.’ Directed by Johnny McILwain, Jr. of Dyer with Mandi Armstrong of Dyer serving as assistant director and Mitzi McNabb of Trenton as producer, this outrageously hilarious play centers around a r...
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Dyer City Hall awnings to be replaced
By Cindy East Replacing the awning at city hall, and a restructuring of the city street department employees operations were among the topics discussed at the Dyer Board of Mayor and Alderpersons meeting held Monday, August 11. Mayor Chris Younger, City Recorder Nathan Reed, Alderpersons Judy Bak...
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Local school leaders react to test scores
By Crystal Burns Tennessee teachers’ hearts were aflutter last week when the state Department of Education released 2013-14 test scores. For the Bradford, Gibson County, and Trenton Special School Districts, most of the scores reflected positive growth, and school leaders eager to talk about stud...
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