Sorghum Valley donations to benefit multiple local charitiesSorghum Valley’s Christmas Village event may be done for the year, but the donations received through the 3-day event will last much longer for those families and individuals in need.
Cumberland Church to hold annual live nativity sceneThe Cumberland Church, located at 2280 Parr Ave. in Dyersburg, will host their annual live nativity scene beginning on Tuesday, Dec. 18 at 6 p.m. The nativity will run nightly from 6-7 p.m. through...
- Angels singing is good for the soul
- Dyersburg board will not meet Monday
- Newbern board announces cancellation of December meeting
- Reelfoot offering free eagle tours
- City planners review amendment for indoor shooting range; resolution to go before county
- Luvene elected chairman of NWTEDC board1
- Old Fashioned Christmas Talent Showcase to bring holiday cheer to Dyer County; starts tonight
- Mission receives toy donation
- Medling selected as DCHS DAR Good Citizen and chapter-level essay winner
- From a land down under: Dyersburg State Eagles, Lady Eagles have four players on rosters from AustraliaJust two years after the Lady Eagles’ roster fielded its first-ever international players, the number doubled this year as two more women’s players from outside of the United States as well as two Eagles’ players have suited up for Dyersburg State this season.
- Busy week before Christmas ahead for local hoops teams (12/15/18)
- When it comes to the bowl games, less can be more (12/15/18)
- Three Oaks boys fall to Tornadoes in OT; girls top Union City (12/15/18)
- Dyersburg celebrates 2018 football season (12/14/18)1
- DMS boys finish strong to top Martin Middle School (12/14/18)
- Springer breaks school scoring mark as DC girls dominate (12/12/18)
At the Shelter (12/13/18)The number of animals ready for adoption at the Shelter is 73. It seems that the large influx has stabilized thanks to rescue groups and adopters. If you are considering a pet for Christmas, come to the Shelter as soon as possible and start the adoption process. There are still several adorable puppies ready to go to a forever home. There are also some great adult dogs, adult cats, and kittens. Check out the pictures, come by the Shelter to take a look, and pick a great pet to share your life...
Chloe TaylorDCHS Spotlight Student for the week of Dec. 17 is 11th grade student, Chloe Taylor. ‘Chloe goes the extra mile in and out of the classroom. She is always working hard to make sure the projects we do in FCCLA and the classroom are a success. It is a pleasure to work with Chloe and I appreciate her positive attitude.’- Ms. Michelle King...
Dylan AdamsThis week’s Dyersburg High School student spotlight representative is Dylan Adams. Dylan is a senior and the son of Ashley Adams and Heather and Steven Sawyers. He was nominated for student spotlight by DHS Welding instructor Robert ‘Chewy’ Jackson...
Obituaries for December 14, 2018Mrs. Virginia Bloodworth, age 79, of Dyersburg, TN, formerly of Hickman, KY, passed away at her residence on Wednesday, December 12, 2018. She was of the Baptist faith and a member of the Church of...
Obituaries for December 13, 2018Krystal E. Honeycutt, of Dyersburg, Tennessee, died Wednesday at her residence in Dyersburg, Tennessee. Funeral arrangements for Ms. Honeycutt will be announced by Johnson-Williams Funeral Home.
Obituaries for December 12, 2018Helen Roberts Chandler, 89, of Dyersburg, died Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at her residence. Born January 28, 1929, she was the daughter of the late Willie and Mamie Murphy Roberts of Ridgely. She...
On the Record (12/13/18)David Glen Stewart, 23, and Hannah Brooke Middleton, 22 Gary Anthony Stout, 67, and Denica Jane Flowers Dunivant, 65 Burton Waller, 29, and Hannah Callins, 22 Ronald Alfonza Johnson, Jr., 35, and...
On the Record (12/5/18)Ardell Henderson, 74, and Clemenette Bernice Tate Gordon, 66 Michael Anthony Martin, 27, and Kandi Denise Quilbio, 29 Aaron Joseph Sutterer vs. Alexa Rose Sutterer Kristi Bernard vs. Christopher...
On the Record (11/28/18)Anthony B Barham- seat belt- 18 and older, continued Christian Michael Barnett- domestic assault- physical contact, interference with emergency calls, continued Christian Michael Barnett- driving...
Legal NoticesLegal 12-3867 The City of Newbern is accepting bids for sludge hauling. For detailed specifications please contact Casey King at (731)627-3221. Bids must be submitted by January 14, 2019 at 1:00 pm at Newbern City Hall. Publication: December 16, 2018
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EmploymentOffice Assistant Job Part-time hours, 15 to 20 each week Job requirements would include general clerical office skills such as; answering phones, assisting customers, data entry with accounts payable and receivable. Computer skills are required and experience with QuickBooks is a plus but not required. Experience working with the public and administrative work will be appreciated. Pay is based on past job references and experience. Submit Resume to: State Gazette Blind Box R PO Box 808...