Area Breaking News

WESTVIEW WINS HOMECOMING GAME 52-16

      Westview’s game against the Obion County Central Rebels was the Chargers Homecoming. Alexis Callins was Football Homecoming Queen;  Kinzey Daniel was Freshman Maid; Elayna Loza was Sophomore Maid; Hallie Gray was Junior Maid, and Maggie Bratton was the Senior Maid and also crowned Homecoming Queen.     Westview hosted the Obion County…

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DRESDEN MIDDLE LIONS TOP JACKETS IN THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL

  Dresden Middle school traveled to Greenfield for near shout out win against the Jackets in this district game. Dresden finished the game on top 39-8. Dresden will play this Thursday in another district game against Gleason while Greenfield will travel to Stewart County. (See complete story in the Sep. 18, 2019 issue of the…

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TWO ARRESTED FOLLOWING HIGH-SPEED POLICE CHASE

  Cameron Taylor (left) and Taja Allen (right) were arrested on assorted charges following a high-speed police chase around rural Weakley County.   Two Tennessee men were captured Monday afternoon, after leading area law enforcement officers on a high-speed chase in Weakley County. Those arrested are 20-year-old Cameron Antonio Taylor of Martin, and 22-year-old Taja…

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GREENFIELD BOARD APPROVES PARTIAL PAYMENT OF PROPERTY TAXES; SEATS NEW ALDERMEN

  Greenfield City Judge Langdon S. Unger (right) administers the oath of office to newly appointed alderpersons Mike Caudle and Karen Campbell prior to Thursday’s meeting of the Greenfield City Board.   GREENFIELD (Sept. 10) — Greenfield City Judge Langdon S. Unger, administered the oath of office to two new aldermen Thursday afternoon, just minutes…

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COMMISSION APPROVES $3.4 MILLION FOR REPAIRS AND UPGRADES TO COURTHOUSE AND OTHER COUNTY BUILDINGS

  Commissioners voted to replace the HVAC system at the Weakley County Courthouse and make upgrades to other county buildings, during Monday night’s meeting of the Weakley County Commission. The price tag for the improvements amounts to $3.4 million.   DRESDEN (Sept. 16) — Commissioners authorized the expenditure of $3.4 million to resolve problems plaguing…

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