DPD asks for community help identifying theft suspectsDyersburg Police is asking for help identifying suspects in connection of a theft that occurred at the AT&T Store located at 2500 Lake Road. According to employees at the store, a male suspect, that...
Gunfire on Connell Ave.; man charged with aggravated assaultAt approximately 12:30 a.m. Monday morning, a Dyersburg Police patrol officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle that was driving recklessly on Lake Road. Upon confronting the driver, along with two...
- The resurgence of downtown Newbern
- Local pets seeking humans for Christmas
- Mayhue-Greer scheduled to speak at DSCC’s MLK luncheon
- DSCC plans January orientation for new students
- Discovery Park hosting Let it Glow Light Show
- Sorghum Valley celebrates opening night
- DPD says ‘No More’ to domestic violence
- Trimble holds annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony
- Finance committee to consider new retirement plan
- Some things don’t need changing (12/9/17)
- DMS Lady Trojans pick up first win at Haywood (12/9/17)
- Northview basketball homecoming court announced (12/9/17)
- NMS Choctaws pull away in second quarter in homecoming split (12/8/17)
- Legislative Council denies softball's move to fall (12/7/17)
- Trojans avenge opening loss to Chargers (12/6/17)
At the Shelter (12/7/17)The Shelter capacity is down thanks to rescue groups and adopters. If you can’t adopt, you can donate to a specific animal for veterinary treatment, spaying or neutering or to any of the specific funds at the Shelter (the next to last paragraph of this article lists specific Shelter funds). If you have been thinking about adoption, DON’T WAIT! Remember that Pit Bull Terriers (even mixes) require a home visit to help reduce the chance that the dog will be used for fighting...
Parker LambThis week’s Student Spotlight for Dyer County High School goes to Parker Lamb. “Parker is an impressive student because he is diligent in his work, perseveres through adversity, and strives for excellence every day. He goes above and beyond what his assignments require and he gives meaningful contributions to class discussions.” – DCHS instructor Mrs. Becky Powell...
Evie DayThis week’s Dyersburg High School representative for Student Spotlight is Evie Day. Evie is a sophomore and the daughter of Kellie Horner. Evie was nominated by DHS Business Technology instructor Kim Yeiter. “Evie is a wonderful Business student and FBLA member who goes above and beyond in the classroom,” said Yeiter. ...
Obituaries for December 8, 2017Franklin Delano Cochran, 80, of Nashville, TN, passed away on Sunday, December 3, 2017. He was born October 20, 1937 in Tiptonville, TN to the late Clarence and Essie Cochran. A 1962 graduate of the...
Obituaries for December 7, 2017John Warren Burris, 102, died Tuesday December 5, 2017 at his daughter’s home in Dyersburg, Tennessee. Born Wednesday November 24, 1915 in Cedar County, Missouri, he was the son of the late William...
Obituaries for December 6, 2017Clara June Crenshaw, 78, of Newbern, Tennessee died on Tuesday, December 5, 2017, at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, Tennessee. Born Wednesday, August 30, 1939, in Newbern,...
On the Record (12/6/17)Adam Michael Smith, 27, and Bethany Ann Cummings, 29 Richard Allen Wallace Jr., 49, and Denise Renee Huffine Asher, 50 Brent Everett Allmon, 38, and Jennifer Leigh Long, 45 Delina Collins vs. Lloyd...
On the Record (11/29/17)Timothy Franklin Neal, 43, and Angel Renae Robertson Johnson, 34 Keith Allen Martinez, 22, and Taylor Dawn Davis, 23 Timothy Blake Burnette, 23, and Mackenzey Leighann Winchester, 21 Brenden Lee...
On the Record (11/21/17)Michael Wayne Mills, 27, and Alyssa Grace Mula Creasy, 23 Jackie Lee Pledge, 58, and Cynthia Leeanett Travelstead Wilcox, 54 Garrett Thomas Garrard, 20, and Destiny Danyelle Scott, 18 Evan Todd...
EmploymentApplication for Field Inspector is open in the Dyer County Assessor Office. If interested apply with resume by Dec. 18, 2017.
PersonalsLost Friends: The Children of the late Leroy & Evelyn Riggs, Sadie & Mary. Please contact Paul Adams 731-538-9259.