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Panther senior Justin Simmons (25) does a reverse slam for two of his 28 points during his team’s substate loss to the Blackman Blaze Tuesday night. SMHS finished the season at 27-7.
Panthers lose to Blackman in substate 69-55
A capacity crowd at Stone Memorial High School saw the Panthers' season end, as they dropped their substate match-up to the Blackman Blaze 69-55 in the weather-delayed Class AAA contest.
- Stevie’s Elite Athletics places in CheerSport Nationals
- OH GOOD GRIEF: Positives taken from 2013-’14 hoop season
- Corrections to Caroline Cravens signing with Lincoln Memorial
- It’s league or no league for Crossville Babe Ruth
- Panthers lose to Blackman in substate 69-55
AROUND THE TOWN: Two childhood faves celebrate milestones
Two pop culture icons are celebrating milestones this year: Mattel’s Barbie doll and the movie The Wizard of Oz. Barbie turns 55, and Oz is 75. Ironically, they are my two childhood favorites.
- Master Gardener classes to begin
- Seniors enjoy oldies from Days Gone By
- PLATEAU GARDENING: Feeding and counting birds
- Pleasant Hill’s modern-day ‘Renaissance Man’
- AROUND THE TOWN: Two childhood faves celebrate milestones
LION AND THE LAMB: A time for earth-empathy
This past winter with its snow, freezing rain, and bone-chilling low temperatures has been a brutal one for many parts of our country. Although our county escaped the worst of it, the words “polar vortex” jumped out of the news reports into our consciousness here. It was still hard, however, to understand that all this cold had something to do with climate change and global warming.
- WE THE PEOPLE: Reforming education? (Part II)
- TIDBITS: The trouble with springing forward
- STUMPTALK: History continues to repeat itself
- Lion and the Lamb: Sticks, stones, and hurting words
- LION AND THE LAMB: A time for earth-empathy
- Things To Do
Discover ‘The Cloud Kingdom’ at Travelogue
The Fairfield Glade Lions final season Travelogue will come to a close on April 7 at the Palace Theatre. The adventure will start at 7 p.m. for a trip to Bhutan, a tiny Buddhist kingdom located on the eastern shoulders of the Himalayas.
- Film Society announces spring movie season
- REVIEW: An evening of laughter awaits with 'The Foreigner'
- Brown takes Palace stage March 14
- Curtain Call Player give tribute to the best of country legends
- Discover ‘The Cloud Kingdom’ at Travelogue