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LOCAL NEWS
  • Senior football players take the field for the West Tennessee All-Star game
    JACKSON, Tenn. — Talented players and their fans braced the weather for the West Tennessee All-Star Game Friday night. The two teams consisted of the best high school football playing seniors in our area. This is ... Then, on the kick return, Kylan Washington of Munford gets a good start, ... read more
  • Memphis to Byhalia nonstop: I-269 and I-22 now intersect
    The official I-69 route would cut through the heart of Memphis using sections of I-40, I-240 and I-55. But an I-269 bypass, or connector, around Memphis would be built using Tenn. 385 from Millington to Collierville and newly built roadway from Collierville to Hernando. By next fall, Mississippi highway  ... read more
  • Battle Over Arlington ER Facility to Resume in 2018
    That denial followed an earlier rejection by the Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency of a slightly different version of the same ... Gresham, whose district includes Fayette County, wrote that she was concerned the proposed Baptist emergency department in Arlington might lead to  ... read more
  • Battle Over Arlington ER Facility to Resume in 2018
    We look forward to continuing to work with the state of Tennessee in the orderly development of care. In addition, Saint Francis is proud to be able to provide Arlington residents with easy access to a primary care provider and a cardiologist at our Saint Francis Medical Partners office in ... read more
  • Haywood protests result of students’ efforts, growing frustration
    BROWNSVILLE, Tenn. – When a group of concerned parents and citizens met Monday evening at Family Life Fellowship Church in Brownsville to discuss the recent events at the school system, Lisa Branch told of Haywood County Schools appearing to smooth over a situation. “I left a message with the  ... read more