Newspaper to Phase Down Out-of-State Print Delivery

Newspaper to Phase Down Out-of-State Print Delivery Tri-County Publishing, Inc. announces a change in its out-of-state subscription service. Effective January 1, 2020, the newspapers will no longer offer new print subscriptions to mailing addresses outside of Tennessee. Those subscribers can receive an online-only subscription. The lone exception to out-of-state subscriptions is to addresses in southwest…

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Celebrate Christmas with the David Johnson Chorus

DRESDEN (November 20, 2019) — Once again, it’s time for the David Johnson Chorus to ring in the Christmas season with their annual “Come Celebrate Christmas” concerts. For 20 years, families across west Tennessee have looked forward to enjoying songs of the holiday season performed by the highly acclaimed chorus. This year’s concert features familiar…

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Dresden Home Destroyed by Fire

BY DAVID FISHER david@dresdenenterprise.com DRESDEN (December 2, 2019) — A fire that ignited inside a rural residence near Dresden completely consumed the dwelling, resulting in the building and its contents being a total loss. According to Deputy Fire Chief Kory Green of the Dresden Fire Department, a fire call was issued for a residential structure…

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Weakley County Receives Governor’s ThreeStar Award

Governor Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development presented ThreeStar awards at the 2019 Governor’s Conference on Economic and Community Development in Nashville. ThreeStar is a strategic community development program developed to assist communities in preparing for a better future. The ThreeStar program now incorporates asset-based planning initiatives and a two-year…

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FRAZIER’S 10 YEARS NOTED

  Randy Frazier (center) received recognition for his 10 years of service as Weakley County Director of Schools at the recent Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents (TOSS) awards banquet. Dale Lynch, TOSS Director, and Tennessee Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn presented Frazier with a framed, signed print from Tennessee artist Michael Sloan.    

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ROBERTS MAKES DHS HISTORY WITH DISTRICT WIN; ADVANCES TO REGIONAL

  Grant Roberts   Dresden High School’s Grant Roberts won the individual district golf championship on Monday, September 23 at Persimmon Hills Golf Course in Sharon.   Roberts shot a 74 to become the first boys individual district champion in the program’s history.   With the win, Roberts advances to the regional tournament.    

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LIONS’ HOMECOMING BRINGS WIN OVER JR. BULLDOGS

  The 2019 Dresden Middle School Homecoming court was presented flowers and a trophy by the school’s cheerleaders. The Homecoming court was: Isabell Cantrell as Queen, 8th Grade Maid Anniston Perry, 7th Grade Maid Kaylee Jarred, 6th Grade Maid Peyton McMackin, and Sabrina Vieyra as 5th Grade Maid.   DRESDEN (September 19) The Dresden Middle…

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GREENFIELD SQUEEZES OUT SIX-POINT WIN OVER DRESDEN

    Greenfield Yellowjacket runningback Trevon Watkins (#3) is shown carrying the ball in a play against the Dresden Lions on Friday night. The Yellowjackets won the game, 26-18, and improved their season record to 5-0 with the win.   Greenfield will host Fulton County (KY) next Friday night and the Dresden Lions (1-4) will…

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KENTUCKY MAN INDICTED ON SEX CRIME CHARGES

  Tyler NightengaleTyler Nightengale   (Sept. 16) — A Kentucky man is facing rape charges involving an underage minor. Tyler Nightengale, 18, of Kirksey, Kentucky, was indicted by the September term of the Weakley County Grand Jury on two counts of rape of a child. The defendant is free on $5,000 bond while awaiting his October…

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