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Beulah Land Cowboy Church News

MARTIN (January 9) – Beulah Land Cowboy Church services are being held at the church and also online on Roger-Cindy McPeak Facebook page. Representatives of the church ask the community to please keep our nation and the world in your prayers. On Sunday morning, Bro. Robert Baker led the music service. Paxton Dyer, Brook Liberty…

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Davis Earns Dean’s List and Honor Roll at Vol State

GALLATIN (January 4) – Aleea Davis of Dresden was named to the Fall 2021 Dean’s List and Honor Roll at Volunteer State Community College. The Dean’s List recognition is awarded to students that have completed a minimum of twelve collegiate-level hours with at least a 3.750 GPA during the awarding term. To be awarded both…

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Gas Prices Remain Above Average

NASHVILLE (January 10) – Average gasoline prices in Tennessee have risen 3.5 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.00 per gallon Monday, according to GasBuddy’s survey of 3,821 stations in Tennessee. Prices in Tennessee are 1.7 cents per gallon lower than a month ago and stand 90.2 cents per gallon higher than a…

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‘Senate Must Work in Bi-Partisan Manner’

By Senator Bill Hagerty Special to The Enterprise WASHINGTON (January 10) – In the new year, the United States Senate must refocus on what we were elected to do — listen to the American people and address their concerns. For the last 365 days, Democrats have read from a canned script concocted in a left-wing…

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New Arrival

  Brittany and Amy James of Park Hills, Missouri, announce the arrival of their daughter, Legacy Lynn James. Legacy was born at Parkland Health Center in Farmington, Missouri, on December 21, 2021. She weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 19 ½ inches long. Her grandparents are Laura Jungers, Janice Dillingham, Christine Shatley, Jerry James,…

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Guest Column: Undefined

BY KEITH TUCKER Special to The Enterprise Human beings are, by nature, inquisitive creatures. Why else would we spend $10 billion on a telescope to peer off into the sky to look into the past or dig a big ditch over in France and smash electrons into each other? But we have trouble when the…

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Unemployment Reportedly Declines At All Levels

BY DAVID FISHER david@dresdenenterprise.com NASHVILLE (December 22) — The employment situation improved in a majority of Tennessee’s counties during November, according to data from the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. This comes after the statewide unemployment rate returned to pre-pandemic levels for the month. Eighty-five counties recorded lower unemployment rates in November, while five…

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WCRNC Employee Spotlight

Brenna Megaw, LPN, serves as Infection Preventionist for the Weakley County Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Dresden. She has been with the Center for 14 years. She is licensed as an LPN. When asked what her favorite thing about WCRNC is, Megaw said, “My favorite thing about WCRNC is the compassion and care our staff…

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New Tracking System on Police Use of Force Will Improve Transparency

BY DEBORAH FISHER Special to The Enterprise What do we know about law enforcement use of deadly force upon citizens in Tennessee? Often, our understanding is based on news events, often dramatic and tragic. Some journalists, such as in Memphis, have deeply examined local police departments to better understand the issue. But overall in the…

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