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Dyer pastor in need of community aid, prayers
Rev. Roscoe E. Myles, Jr., pastor of Clora’s Chapel Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Dyer for 24 years, is in need of aid and prayers from his community. Rev. Myles found out some weeks ago from h...
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FAMILY AFFAIR – Davis & Son Garage in Rutherford took home the award for Small Business of the Year at last week’s chamber banquet. Founder Gerald Davis said the business is a family affair. (from left) Sherry Petty, Brandie, Linda, Gerald, Doug, and Brandie Smith celebrated. Not pictured – Scarlett Smith.
FAMILY AFFAIR – Davis & Son Garage in Rutherford took home the award for Small Business of the Year at last week’s chamber banquet. Founder Gerald Davis said the business is a family affair. (from left) Sherry Petty, Brandie, Linda, Gerald, Doug, and Brandie Smith celebrated. Not pictured – Scarlett Smith.
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Chamber honors north Gibson County’s best
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By Crystal Burns The Greater Gibson County Area Chamber of Commerce honored award winners at the annual Business & Industry Appreciation Banquet last week. Peabody High School teacher Shane Jacobs received the Educator of the Year Award. Dyer’s Tom Lannom was named the Person of the Year. Brandon Newman, an attorney and partner at Newman & Webb in Trenton, took home the Young Professional of the Year Award, and Sherry Vaughn was honored for her volunteerism with the Trailblazers Award. Davis & Son Garage in Rutherford received the award for Small Business of the Year. Small Business of the ...
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TOP NOTCH TEACHERS – The teachers and administration celebrated the news last Friday during a pep rally of Gibson County High School being named a 2013-2014 ‘Rewards Schools’ in the state of Tennessee. The school placed in the top five-percent of schools for academic achievement and annual growth. (photo by Lori Cathey)
TOP NOTCH TEACHERS – The teachers and administration celebrated the news last Friday during a pep rally of Gibson County High School being named a 2013-2014 ‘Rewards Schools’ in the state of Tennessee. The school placed in the top five-percent of schools for academic achievement and annual growth. (photo by Lori Cathey)
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GCHS teachers, students among top five percent for overall achievement
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Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and education Commissioner Kevin Huffman announced 168 schools as the 2013-2014 Rewards Schools, the top five percent of schools in the state for academic achievement and the top five-percent for annual growth. Gibson County High School was among that elite percentage. The Reward Schools span 49 districts across Tennessee and include 90 schools that serve mostly economically disadvantaged populations. GCHS Principal Jim Hughes addressed the student body at GCHS on Friday. He said, “Tennessee Reward School is recognition for being in the top five percent of state’s...
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GC Industrial Park is now a Select TN Certified Site
By Danny Wade Gibson County officials received great news last week. The Gibson County Industrial Park is now a Select Tennessee Certified Site. The state program began in June 2012. Since there is no national standard for industrial site certification, using a third party industrial consultant f...
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Ballots set for November election
By Crystal Burns The ballots are set for local November elections. Deadline to qualify was last Thursday at noon. Withdrawal deadline is Thursday, Aug. 28 at noon. In Trenton, two candidates have qualified in the mayoral election. Current Aldermen Ricky Jackson and Jim Overall will vie for the se...
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Yorkville holds 21st pitchin’ contest
The 21st Annual International Washer Pitchin’ Contest was held Saturday, August 16th in Yorkville. The event kicked off Friday night with a huge crowd of well over 250 turning out to enjoy fried catfish with all the trimmings at the Yorkville Community Center. On Saturday morning, there were 36 r...
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