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Fort flew for her country
As a part of remembering Pearl Harbor Day this week, it seemed a good time to write about someone from Nashville who is not often remembered in connection with this horrific day.Continued ...
- 1st, 2nd District meeting set
- Panel OKs $21K for fire alarm system at Justice Center
- Hundreds visit with Santa at Model RR Club Exhibit
- Split sentence given in burglary plea
- Fort flew for her country
Jet wrestler David Scavo performs a textbook head toss during the Jets’ match last Tuesday at Hardin Valley.
Jet wrestling team got off to a turbulent start
The Jets Wrestling season got off to a turbulent start this season, after a great win against Knox Catholic in front of the student body, and four-place winners at the Rhea County Rumble, the Jets suffered a couple setbacks with close losses to Hardin Valley Academy and Powell High School Dec. 3.
- SMHS wrestlers split with South-Doyle, Knox Bearden
- Panthers split with Cookeville
- Jets sweep Warren County
- SMHS, Lighthouse Christian split games Tuesday
- Jet wrestling team got off to a turbulent start
Dick Disseler, Joyce and Dick Riesz make their selections from the bountiful table at the Pleasant Hill Community Thanksgiving Dinner.
Nearly 100 come out for community dinner
Thanksgiving is one holiday that is still a time of gathering family and friends to celebrate the blessings bestowed on all during the year, in spite of the earlier and earlier “Black Friday” and now Thursday sales. Most of the residents of Uplands Village are far from their families but have an abundance of friends to join for Thanksgiving dinner — 98 to be exact this year.
- A Time 4 Paws celebrates opening of new thrift store
- Enjoy the spirit of the season with Lucas and Friends
- Mark your calendars for Historic Homesteads Tour of Homes
- Around the Town: The turkey was the easy part!
- Nearly 100 come out for community dinner
TIDBITS: Calm down. It's just a game
Perhaps it's because I haven't had my favorite team make it to a conference championship in a year or five. It could be because my favorite team has been "rebuilding" for several years now. Or maybe it's the drought of bowl games where I get to see my favorite Orange and White take the field after November.
- STUMPTALK: Why do they care?
- Lion and the Lamb: Celebrating good news
- We the People: The Good Old Days?
- Tidbits: It's the most hurried time of the year
- TIDBITS: Calm down. It's just a game
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'A Time for Christmas' takes the stage Dec. 11
In the twinkling of an eye, the Christmas season has again appeared. And with it, a long-standing community tradition: the Hilltoppers, Inc. annual Christmas spectacular at the Palace Theatre. This year’s gala, “A Time for Christmas," takes place this coming Wednesday, Dec. 11, at 10 a.m.
- Knoxville Pipe and Drums to make special appearance in Crossville Christmas Parade
- Review: Suite Surrender serves up constant laughs
- TTU Tuba Ensemble to perform at Palace
- Fairfield Big Band dance includes holiday classics
- 'A Time for Christmas' takes the stage Dec. 11