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Kindness, Gratitude, Mindfulness Help Hanson Help Others

BY KAREN CAMPBELL Weakley County Schools Communications Director GREENFIELD (November 22) – Between the cafeteria and the middle school in Greenfield a new vibe can be felt. On one side of the orange and black checkerboard painted hallway floor are the much-anticipated Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) labs for elementary and middle/high school students.…

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Local Students Receive Scholarships to Attend UT Martin

MARTIN (November 17) – Several Weakley County students have been awarded scholarships to attend the University of Tennessee at Martin, according to Dr. James Mantooth, executive director, Office of Enrollment Services and Student Engagement. For the 2021-2022 academic year: * Davin Merritt, of Martin, son of LeAnne Merritt, is a sophomore. He received the Parker…

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WHS Honor and Merit Rolls

9th Grade Honor Roll Jack H. Allen Rachel K. Bowlin Kaitlyn B. Brundige Emma S. Cook Cannon M. Elliott Brodie M. Estes Alexis R. Evans Marshall D. Fant Addison G. Galey Ethan W. Hatler Neela Hernandez Zachary E. Hickey Memphis A. Hudson Tucker C. Melton Scarlett J. Newsome Marion L. Norton Lucy E. Oelrich Nolan…

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‘Coach’ Bennett to Serve as Gleason Alderman

BY DAVID FISHER david@dresdenenterprise.com GLEASON (November 2) — During a called meeting of the Gleason City Board held Tuesday, November 2, members voted to install Mike “Coach” Bennett as an alderman to fill the seat vacated by Alderman Danny Browning, who died October 5, 2021, after failing to recover from the COVID-19 virus. Gleason City…

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Dresden Industrial Board Considers Proposal

BY DAVID FISHER david@dresdenenterprise.com DRESDEN (November 2) — The Industrial Development Board of the City of Dresden met in special session on November 2, to discuss a counter proposal to a Letter of Intent submitted by Patricia Shevel, regarding purchasing the Pad Ready Site located on Swanson Drive in Dresden. According to the letter of…

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Gov. Lee Visits Dresden High School

DRESDEN (November 12) – As part of his commitment to visit 95 counties during the celebration year for Tennessee’s 225 years of statehood, Governor Bill Lee visited Dresden High School Friday. Joined by wife Maria, he was shown the school by Principal Scott Killebrew and Assistant Principal Krystle Smith. Upon entering the school, Gov. Lee…

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Greenfield Board Discusses Absenteeism and Pay

BY DAVID FISHER david@dresdenenterprise.com GREENFIELD (November 9) — The top item for discussion during the regular monthly meeting of the Greenfield City Board on Tuesday, November 9, involved aldermen being absent at city board meetings. The topic was raised during the month of October, when there were not enough members present for a quorum at…

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Pantry Is Community Effort

BY LORCAN MCCORMICK Special to The Enterprise MARTIN – Ashley Kite Rowland, proprietor of the Food is Free Pantry on Oxford, possesses a marriage of forwardness and positivity in her manner that is, besides reassuring, rare. The idea for her food pantry germinated while coming across The Food is Free Pantry in Martin, and what…

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